During is acceptance speech for the Outstanding Television Movie Emmy for Sherlock’s ‘The Abominable Bride’. Steven Moffat revealed that he’d never sell out to other channels like ‘Bake Off’ did.
During his speech, which threw shade at the ‘Bake Off’ series, which went to Channel Four for more money. Moffat revealed that he and co – creator Mark Gatiss had received offers from other channels seeking nix ‘Sherlock’ from the BBC.
The acclaimed television writer and producer said that it should never be about the money.
“We have had offers. That’s not what it’s about,” he told PA. “It should never be about that.
“I think the BBC was quite right not to reward greed. It’s wrong.”
Moffat won Outstanding Television Movie at the Emmys for Sherlock’s ‘The Abominable Bride’, and in his acceptance speech delivered a zinger aimed at Bake Off.
“Thank you to the BBC, who we love above all bakery. British people will get that,” he said.
We here at SciFiPulse.net salute your sir, but have reserved our raspberry’s for ‘Bake Off’.