Meanwhile, Sherlock learns more about Joan's decision to walk away from her surgical career.
As Catherine comes to know him, she finds out more about her mother's murder and about who—and what—Vincent really is.
The CW officially began developing the series in September 2011.
Maya and Lucas’ campfire conversation exposed a definite spark between them, but considering their follow-up date ended with her dumping smoothies on his head, I’m not sure what to make of their “relationship.” In fact, I’m not sure any of ‘s infamous ski-lodge episode, essentially yanked the viewers out of their comfort zone and dropped them in a state of utter confusion.
It was a bold move for a Disney Channel show, even for one that consistently refuses to talk down to its audience.
The project was described as "a modern-day romantic love story with a procedural twist," unlike the original series which was a romantic drama with mystery and suspense elements.
The show is the first project that Mark Pedowitz developed when he joined the network. Other producers on the show include Stuart Gillard, John A. Sinclair, and Rebecca Sinclair as consulting producers.
Sherri Cooper-Landsman, Jennifer Levin, Ron Koslow, Gary Fleder, Paul Junger Witt, Frank Siracusa, Tony Thomas, John Weber, Bill Haber, C. Norris, Holly Henderson, Don Whitehead, Courtney Kemp Agboh, and Eric Tuchman as co-executive producers; Bill Goddard, Blair Singer, and Melissa Glenn as co-producers; Sean Sforza, Julie Lawrence, Kyle Mac Donald, and Larry Goldstein as associate producers; Rick Bota as supervising producer; and Jeff Rake, R. Sherri Cooper-Landsman and Jennifer Levin serve as executive producers and writers on the series alongside Brad Kern who joined the series as an executive producer beginning with the second season.
Anthony Thomas and current showruner Brad Kern have served as executive producers. Writers on the series include: Roger Grant, Blair Singer, Kelly Souders, Brian Wayne Peterson, John A.
Meanwhile, with Holmes' encouragement, Watson tries to re-enter the dating scene.
Sherlock tries to determine who has been killing weak and terminal patients at a hospital, making it look like they died of natural causes.
In the season premiere, Holmes consults on a home invasion that resulted in murder.