How would the legendary Sherlock Holmes cope if he lost his one-of-a-kind deductive skills? In 'Elementary: Series 6', the famed detective Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller) faces this devastating possibility when he is diagnosed with Post-Concussion Syndrome, a disorder that causes physical and cognitive symptoms including memory loss. With his career, calling and sobriety all at stake, he must rely even more on his steadfast partner Dr. Joan Watson (Lucy Liu). Together, they continue in their mission to crack the NYPD's most baffling crimes and puzzling cases. Sherlock fights to overcome a mystery even he may not be able to solve.
Nearly the end for an entertaining, likeable series.
- Elementary: Series 6 review by RP
Despite having the feel of a final season. There will be a final Season 7. We will see how that goes but in a way it's a shame as this had a nice full stop feeling about it. The episodes are as usual well written and interesting. The characters always likeable. A season baddie that clearly had an arc but when extra episodes were added to the season he goes missing until the final conclusion. When we finally say goodbye it will be with a heavy heart. However there is now a feeling that we have seen the best of what was on offer. A delight to watch.