Desmond Harrington Elementary

Dexter's Desmond Harrington Joins Elementary as Series Regular

Heads-up, Sherlock: Help is on the way.

Elementary has tapped Dexter vet Desmond Harrington to join the CBS drama’s sixth season, TVLine has learned. He’ll play Michael, an addict in recovery who once found the inspiration to stay sober from Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller). Michael now offers to return the favor and be an ongoing line of support to Sherlock, as the new season finds Holmes in a time of need. 

When Season 5 ended, Sherlock was seen getting a brain scan after it was revealed to the audience that the woman he was interacting with was actually his deceased mother.

Harrington’s non-Dexter TV credits include stints on Gossip Girl, Limitless and The Astronaut Wive’s Club.

Elementary is slated to return with Season 6 in early 2018.

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  1. Bill says:

    So I Guess he won’t be on sneaky Pete season 2. Hopefully since he was part of the cliffhanger

  2. dj says:

    Sherlock begins to hallucinate and see visions of George Michael after the brain scan.

  3. DryHeat says:

    Too bad his name has already been revealed as Michael…I think “Desmond Harrington” sounds like a name that would fit in perfectly in any Sherlock Holmes world! ;-)

  4. Wawasjohn says:

    He was really good in shooter, had a great death in that too

  5. Marie58 says:

    LOVE Desmond Harrington!

  6. evafly says:

    That’s nice casting. I’m beginnig to prefer Elementary over the british series.

    • MMD says:

      It’s the only one I watch surprisingly since I prefer British and Aussie tv. He was great in Dexter. I’ll have to go back and rewatch Sneaky Pete.

  7. evafly says:

    By the way does this mean that he can still continue his role on Sneaky Pete? I thought that they haven’t even begun to film the second season of that.