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HD Online Player (Sherlock S03E00 Special Many Happy R)

HD Online Player (Sherlock S03E00 Special Many Happy R)

If you are a fan of the BBC series Sherlock, you might be interested in watching the mini-episode that was released as a prequel to the third season. The episode, titled "Many Happy Returns", is a seven-minute short that shows how John Watson, Detective Inspector Lestrade, and other characters cope with the apparent death of Sherlock Holmes. It also hints at the possibility that Sherlock is still alive and solving crimes around the world.

In this article, we will show you how to watch the episode online in high definition using different platforms and devices. We will also provide some background information and trivia about the episode.


How to watch the episode online

The episode was originally released on December 24, 2013, on the BBC iPlayer website and YouTube channel. However, it may not be available in some regions due to geo-restrictions. If you are unable to access the official sources, you can try some alternative methods to watch the episode online.

  • PBS website: PBS is the American broadcaster of Sherlock, and it has uploaded the episode on its website. You can watch it for free if you are in the US or use a VPN service to change your location.

  • Dailymotion: Dailymotion is a video-sharing platform that hosts user-generated content. You can find the episode uploaded by some users on this website. However, be aware that the quality may vary and some videos may be removed due to copyright issues.

  • Streaming services: Some streaming services, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu, offer Sherlock as part of their catalog. You can check if they have the episode available in your region and watch it with a subscription or a free trial. Alternatively, you can rent or buy the episode from digital platforms like iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu.

Background information and trivia

The episode was written by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, the creators and showrunners of Sherlock. It was directed by Jeremy Lovering, who also directed the first episode of the third season, "The Empty Hearse". The episode features Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes, Martin Freeman as John Watson, Rupert Graves as DI Lestrade, Louise Brealey as Molly Hooper, and Jonathan Aris as Anderson.

Here are some interesting facts about the episode:

  • The title "Many Happy Returns" is a reference to the short story "The Adventure of the Empty House" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, in which Sherlock returns from his presumed death after three years and surprises Watson on his birthday.

  • The episode is set on November 7, 2012, based on the football results seen in the newspaper. This means that two years have passed since Sherlock's fall from the roof of St. Bartholomew's Hospital in "The Reichenbach Fall".

  • The episode features several cases that Sherlock supposedly solved after his death, such as a murder in Tibet, a drug bust in Germany, and a kidnapping in India. These cases are based on stories from the original canon by Conan Doyle, such as "The Adventure of Black Peter", "The Adventure of the Dying Detective", and "The Sign of Four".

  • The episode ends with a scene of Sherlock watching John's video message from a café in Serbia. This scene leads directly into the opening scene of "The Empty Hearse", where Sherlock is rescued by Mycroft from a torture chamber.

We hope you enjoyed this article and learned something new about this mini-episode of Sherlock. If you want to watch more episodes of this brilliant series, you can find them on various online platforms and devices. Happy viewing!

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