Elementary Season 6
Elementary season 6 started airing on Monday, April 30, 2018. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S6E21 Whatever Remains, However Improbable
The season consists of 21 episodes.
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Despite the personal angle, which is quickly relegated to acting as background commentary, this case is pretty straightforward. When guessing the killer is reasonably easy, most of the drama comes from how interactions are written—and many here are tense and strong. The death of her former therapist, though, <...> - according to Tell-Tale TV [Caitlin Wyneken]
Joan gets a handful of seconds reacting alone, in the scene where Sherlock goes upstairs to sleep. That doesn’t mean she has nothing to do—she’s an equal in the case of the week, and she sets aside quite a bit of baggage from last season the moment she realizes he’s genuinely ill. And it doesn’t mean Liu <...> - by AV Club [Genevieve Valentine]
Liu has always worked consistently, even if the parts themselves had little to offer someone of her calibre or level of fame. Keep in mind that, between Ally McBeal and Charlie’s Angels, Liu was mega famous in the early 2000s. There’s an entire Futurama episode dedicated to the concept of her being the <...> - by Pajiba [Kayleigh Donaldson]
What happens if Holmes’ grasp on his cognitive abilities start slipping? What if a murder case comes with debilitating headaches and hallucinations? What if in the middle of speaking to a suspect, he simply forgets why he was there? CBS’ Elementary – starring Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu – is <...> - via Hindustan Times [Jyoti Sharma Bawa]
I'm glad she finally opened it, as it was her father describing Lin so that the sisters could get to know each other. He didn't know that that had already happened, because he was out of touch not just with both of them, but with reality. Joan had read an article about it being more efficient for delivery <...> - according to TV Fanatic [Dale McGarrigle]