The most popular and critically acclaimed drama British television produces lacks drama’s basic component: a coherent plot. Few care. Commissioning editors and the viewing public acclaim Sherlock’s creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss. The press loves them so much it covered their last series as if it were breaking news.
To give you an idea of how slapdash and infantile their writing is, consider one episode of the BBC programme, The Empty Hearse.