Following a ghost invasion of Manhattan, paranormal enthusiasts Erin Gilbert and Abby Yates, nuclear engineer Jillian Holtzmann, and subway worker Patty Tolan band together to stop the otherworldly threat.
Person:"So are you introducing any new LGBT characters in the next series of Sherlock to keep up with equal representation in television?"
Mofftiss:"Introducing new LGBT characters? New? Nope, that's not what we're doing."
Mofftis:"And if we WERE to introduce LGBT characters, the fact that they're LGBT isn't going to be what's most important about them since our show doesn't completely focus on sexual orientation. There are a lot of other things going on, too, just like in real life."
Mofftiss:"People in real life don't announce their sexual preference at every moment. People are PEOPLE first. Everything else comes after."
Mofftiss:"Kids need to see characters who are LGBT but not as if that trait holds them back or defines them. They shouldn't question a character's morality because the character is LGBT. This can only be done if sexual orientation is not the main focus in the character's life. Just like in the real world, humans are complex creatures with a lot of things going on, and IF we had LGBT characters we'd make the show about them in real life and not constantly dwell on and define them by who they prefer sexually."
Mofftiss:"Anyways, where were we? Ahem? Next question? You've got a different question?"
John and Sherlock together? Yes.
Happy Watson family life? No.
Mary as an undercover assassin? Yes.
Baby Watson? No.
Mycroft in control? No.
John back in his chair? Yes.
Scenes of John and Mary together? No.
Angry Molly? Yes.