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Der ehemalige Scotland-Yard-Kommissar Sherlock Holmes arbeitet als Ermittler für die New Yorker Polizei. Damit er seinen Drogenentzug durchhält, zwingt ihm sein Vater eine Begleiterin auf. Die frühere Chirurgin Joan Watson soll auf ihn aufpassen. Elementary ist eine US-amerikanische Krimiserie von Robert Doherty mit Jonny Lee Miller und Lucy Liu in den Hauptrollen. Sie basiert lose auf Figuren und. Elementary: Nach einem Drogenentzug in einer New Yorker Klinik DVD-News: Elementary - Die komplette Serie (39 DVDs) erscheint am , hier. recepty-online.eu - Kaufen Sie Elementary - Die komplette Serie (exklusiv bei Amazon.de) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Alles zur Serie Elementary. Sherlock Holmes in New York. User-Wertung: 4,50 von 5 bei Bewertungen. Die Hauptrollen in "Elementary" spielen Jonny Lee Miller als Holmes und Lucy Liu als Dr. Watson. Sowohl die Serie als auch die DVD-Veröffentlichungen sind. Elementary jetzt legal online anschauen. Die Serie ist aktuell bei Amazon, Sky Ticket, Sky Go, iTunes verfügbar. Nach einem Drogenentzug in einer New Yorker.
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Michael Cuesta. When she goes to meet her new client, she finds that he escaped from rehab the day of his release. When she meets him, he takes her on the subway to a house in Manhattan; he explains that before he began using drugs he used to work for Scotland Yard as a consultant to help solve homicides.
He works on the case of a woman who was attacked, and supposedly kidnapped, only to find that she was hidden in a safe room in the apartment.
The next day, Sherlock finds that the killer is most likely a serial killer, finding similarities to another case, except that this victim survived.
After interviewing the woman, Sherlock and Joan find that she knew the man who attacked her. Joan and Sherlock fight, due to his lack of trust and sharing regarding his past before drugs and his mysterious personal life, resulting in her saying she will request another companion assignment.
Sherlock concludes that the victim's psychiatrist husband plotted to have her killed by giving his patient pills that would make him violent, then sending him after his wife.
There was a pre-nuptial agreement , and he would have received the money if his wife were to die. John David Coles. Sherlock and Joan investigate the murders of two illegitimate children of a wealthy businessman, but matters are complicated when a witness identifies a woman in a coma—and the man's legitimate daughter—as the murderer.
The first break in the case is the recognition of a corneal disease in the two victims. Sherlock races to find other potential victims while under suspicion of harassing witnesses and being watched by the police.
Sherlock tricks the legitimate daughter into breaking into a building held by the NYPD, leading to her arrest.
Peter Blake. Sherlock and Joan investigate a child abduction case which involves a serial killer known as "the Balloon Man", whose name comes from the fact that balloons are left at each of his crime scenes.
Matters get complicated when the Balloon Man's first victim from , Adam Kemper Johnny Simmons , is caught by the police.
Sherlock deduces that Adam has Stockholm syndrome and sympathizes with him to help find the killer. The Balloon Man is identified as Samuel Abbott, but Abbott commits suicide, allowing for the release of his most recent victim.
Sherlock investigates Abbott's home and finds evidence leading to his realization that Adam is, in fact, the Balloon Man.
Following a brief confrontation with Sherlock, Adam gets an immunity deal clearing him from all charges on crimes committed "in consort with Samuel Abbott a.
Rosemary Rodriguez. In spite of Sherlock's dislike of bankers, he and Joan take on a case that involves a missing Wall Street executive, who turns up dead of an heroin overdose that Sherlock suspects is not accidental.
Upon further examination, Sherlock suspects a serial killer is among the bank's employees, intent on murdering their way to the top and he accuses the secretary who worked for the chief suspect.
She benefitted from promotion and higher pay with each murder. After Sherlock is captured by the secretary, Joan is forced to tell Captain Gregson the truth about her job with Sherlock to get Gregson to search for him.
Meanwhile, Joan gets roped into a blind date by her friend, but the man has a secret which Sherlock helps Joan find out.
While doing research in the hospital morgue, Sherlock stumbles upon a murder that no one else has noticed. According to Sherlock's deductions, someone in the hospital has been killing vulnerable, pain-wracked, near-death patients and making it look like they had died of natural causes.
While questioning hospital doctors and staff, evidence begins to mount, and Sherlock realizes that he is chasing an angel of death.
Meanwhile, Joan manages to reconnect with an old friend while working with Sherlock at the hospital. While sitting in on a pre-op procedure, she comes to realize that Sherlock is not the only one with an uncanny sense of intuition.
Sherlock and Joan uncover several unethical and criminal activities going on at the hospital in the course of their investigation into the murder, and Joan finds out she may be "a better doctor than she is a friend.
David Platt. Corinne Brinkerhoff. Sherlock brings Joan to the site of a plane crash on a beach; among the four victims, he deduces that one of them was murdered.
Reviewing further evidence including a recording of the sounds heard on the plane prior to the crash, Sherlock comes to the conclusion that sand was used to jam the plane engine and the murder victim was a man who walked in on the perpetrator at work, his corpse then stuffed in a trunk that caused weight imbalance and the plane's subsequent crash.
All evidence points to a plane mechanic who is supposedly smuggling cocaine, but further evidence shows that the real murderer is the mechanic's boss.
Joan, meanwhile, is called to dinner by Sherlock's father, who Sherlock claims would never propose such a thing.
Joan meets a man claiming to be Sherlock's father, but his cover falters when he laughs at Joan's reaction to a question about sex.
Joan later meets with the man Roger Rees , a former stage actor and friend of Sherlock named Alistair. Alistair explains to Joan how Sherlock once visited him so high, barely able to speak, muttering a certain name, which Alistair tells Joan.
Returning to the brownstone, Joan asks Sherlock who Irene was. Sherlock assists Gregson with a double homicide investigation that has the same modus operandi as a series of murders from 13 years ago.
That case led to the conviction of Wade Crewes, who is still in jail, and gave Gregson his big break in the department. While Gregson tracks leads in an attempt to find a copycat killer, Sherlock starts to wonder if Crewes was guilty in the first place.
Against Gregson's wishes, Sherlock digs into the old case in an attempt to learn what actually happened. After being frozen out by Sherlock, Joan pays a visit to his old rehab center in order to learn more about the enigmatic man now in her care.
Andrew Bernstein. A bomb explodes in the office building of several young and unassuming business ventures.
The first suspect is the person who called the number that triggered the bomb, but when he is quickly cleared, the case turns more intriguing.
Sherlock learns that the bomb actually went off four years after it was supposed to, leading to investigation of the company that occupied the premises at that time.
Joan encourages Sherlock to consider the sponsor who will replace her when she leaves him. Sherlock decides to go with Alfredo Ato Essandoh , a car thief whom he chooses at random during a meeting.
Alfredo decides to train Sherlock on breaking into cars as an addition to his lock-picking hobby.
An under-the-weather Sherlock investigates the murder of a college professor whose body was found with gunshot wounds through both of his eyes.
Using his trademark deductive reasoning, Sherlock retraces the victim's path back to an illicit gambling parlor in Chinatown where he was shot.
Gregson is able to bring in the gunman thanks to video surveillance footage, but the killer claims that the victim himself hired him as his executioner.
Sherlock realizes that the killer, by changing the location of the killing, messed up the victim's plan to frame another for the murder.
Meanwhile, Joan gets a call from an addict and former lover who is in prison and needs her help. When a supposedly uncrackable bank vault called the "Leviathan" is breached for the second time, Sherlock is called in to figure out what went wrong.
When the vault was breached for the first time, the heist was committed by a once-in-a-lifetime assembly of world class criminals.
Because they went to jail for the crime, the vault company cannot imagine how anyone else got in. When Sherlock learns that not even he can break into the Leviathan, he realizes that the second group of criminals must somehow be connected to the first.
He deduces that the second group met while acting as jurors at the trial of one of the criminals on trial for the first break-in.
Sherlock and Joan investigate the murder of the general manager of a high-end Manhattan hotel whose body is found inside an industrial laundry machine.
The woman's background and family seems clean, but a call girl soon reveals that their victim was secretly aiding call girls at the hotel.
Sherlock is suspicious that she did so for free. Sherlock cracks the case by uncovering the use of steganography and discovers the woman was a Russian spy.
Meanwhile, since Joan's time with Sherlock is almost up, he offers her an apprenticeship, but she refuses.
Sherlock is reunited with "M. However, after Sherlock captures "M" and privately interrogates him, he learns that "M" whose name is Sebastian Moran is not a serial killer but an assassin, and that he was jailed when Irene was murdered.
Moran is on the payroll of a mysterious criminal named Moriarty ; therefore, Moriarty killed Irene and pinned the blame on Moran.
Sherlock vows that he will hunt down Moriarty. Meanwhile, Joan has reservations about leaving Sherlock and taking on a new client.
Christine Moore. After getting suspended by Gregson at the end of the episode "M. When one of the theorists goes missing, Sherlock decides to investigate on his own.
After finding that the man was killed in a suspicious hit-and-run accident, Sherlock looks into the victim's conspiracy theories in order to see if he had hit on anything that might have made him a target.
While most of the theories are nonsense, Sherlock does find one that seems possible. In , a group of people were hired by the government to devise a terror plot for a war game simulation.
In all other cases, these plots were made public after the fact, but the exercise was kept classified. Now, members of the "Red Team" have started to show up dead or mentally incapacitated, targetted by one member planning to sell the classified information and who plots to increase the value of the information murder by murder.
While getting prepped in a hospital for a kidney donation to his very ill sister, notorious serial murderer Howard Ennis escapes from custody and resumes killing.
Sherlock is brought in to consult, but he bristles when he learns that he must work alongside Kathryn Drummond, the FBI profiler who literally wrote the book on Ennis.
She and Sherlock have a past and their association ended when she published an article profiling Sherlock that predicted his forthcoming addiction.
Even though Sherlock and Drummond do not get along, they both have a similar idea of what Ennis is likely to do next.
The only problem is that the killer is not cooperating and his increasingly erratic behavior has the experts stumped until Sherlock realizes that Ennis is out to avenge himself on Drummond after her false accusation that his parents abused him led to their suicide and early deaths.
Watson leads Sherlock to realize that Ennis' plan involved his willing sister who also wants revenge. Meanwhile, Joan faces eviction from her rent-controlled apartment when she learns that the man she has been subletting to during her stay with Holmes has used the place to shoot pornographic films , but Watson's new-found observational and deductive skills makes her realize that she has been set up.
Sherlock assists his old friend Rhys John Hannah in the search for his adult daughter who was abducted from her townhouse by an unknown kidnapper.
As Sherlock begins searching for clues, Joan is astonished to learn that Rhys is more than just a former colleague of the detective - he used to be Sherlock's drug dealer.
As Sherlock struggles to avoid temptation, the case proves hard to crack. Links to a Dominican drug cartel and the missing girl's stepfather seem to lead nowhere.
When Rhys begins to get desperate, he starts to wonder if Sherlock's deductive powers require drugs in order to work properly. While driving home after a long day, Bell is shot at and forced off the road.
He is not able to get a good look at the shooter, but he recognizes the car as belonging to a recently paroled drug lord who had previously vowed to have his revenge on him.
Sherlock helps Bell in what he believes will be an open-and-shut case, but things take a turn when the drug lord turns up dead and all evidence points to Bell as the number one suspect.
Bell also struggles to reconnect with his brother, an ex-con who wants to use his underworld connections in order to help. Sherlock encourages Joan to learn self-defense, eventually admitting to her that he knows she is no longer his official sober companion.
He offers to let her stay on as his partner. Jeffrey Paul King. Phil Abraham. Peter Werner. Corinne Brinkerhoff , Craig Sweeny. Liz Friedman , Christopher Silber.
Ofiara zostaje znaleziona w hotelowej pralni. John Polson. Christine Moore. Jeffrey Paul King , Craig Sweeny.
Craig Sweeny , Robert Doherty. Guy Ferland. Sanaa Hamri. Detektyw Bell zostaje zaatakowany podczas jazdy powrotnej do domu. Mark Goffman. Jerry Levine.
Brian Rodenbeck. Jason Tracey. Larry Teng. Adam Davidson. Liz Friedman , Robert Doherty. Robert Doherty , Craig Sweeny.
Step Nine . Solve For X . We Are Everyone . Poison Pen . Ancient History . An Unnatural Arrangement .
The Marchioness . Blood Is Thicker . On the Line . Tremors . Internal Audit . The Diabolical Kind .
All in the Family . Dead Clade Walking . Corpse de Ballet . The One Percent Solution . Ears to You . The Hound of the Cancer Cells .
The Grand Experiment . Enough Nemesis To Go Around . The Five Orange Pipz . Kitty jest zazdrosna o Watson. Just a Regular Irregular .
Bella . Rip Off . Terra Pericolosa . The Adventure of the Nutmeg Concoction . End of Watch . The Eternity Injection . Seed Money .
The Illustrious Client . The One That Got Away . Hemlock .Sherlock is unconvinced and refuses the case. Alma Matters . Oscar kept the bag in Daktari Schauspieler Heute he needed leverage against Sherlock one day, and fearing police would think he was an accomplice. Country: USA. Gutshot .