Doctor Who and Sherlock creator Steven Moffat has admitted that he’s superstitious – about writing plots down.
The writer, who picked up a Special Award at the TV BAFTA’s last night, has said “I never make a note of anything, I never even write a plot down.
“I have a terrible superstition of writing things down. I have to write in sequence and only in sequence."
This is good news for anyone worried about Moffat’s announcement that the team “have got nowhere with the new series of Sherlock.”
If he’s just been making it up as he goes along, then it seems like everything’s going to plan!
It was a big night for the crowd-pleasing Sherlock. As well as Moffat’s award, the Supporting Actor award also went to one of the Sherlock team – Andrew Scott, who plays Moriarty.
We couldn’t be more excited for more episodes of Sherlock.