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January 22, 2014 11:52 AM

Sue Vertue, producer of BBC’s ‘Sherlock,’ on fame and fans

Sue Vertue, the producer of the BBC’s detective series “Sherlock,” wasn’t sure of how to use Twitter three years ago when the show premiered. “We joined Twitter about a week before it was going out — the air date was sooner than we expected,” she says. “We thought ‘God, how can we make sure that everyone knows that it’s going to go out?’” Now, “I seem to spend my life on Twitter telling people when it’s not going out.”

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