Enola Holmes is back: “Stranger Things” star Millie Bobby Brown experienced as a young detective and little sister of the big one Sherlock Holmes her second adventure Netflix. The refreshing action comedy with a hard-hitting Millie Bobby Brown at her best and a charming and brilliant “The Witcher” star Henry Cavill gets a sequel.
The first film developed into a big Netflix hit quite soon after its launch in 2020 over 76 million hitsn alone in the first four weeks. A first funny trailer announces Enola Holmes 2 for the November 4 on Netflix on.
First story details: This is how season 2 continues
London in 1884: The focus is on Enola Holmes, who as the little sister of the brilliant detective Sherlock is in no way inferior. The bright youngster doesn’t want to fit into the image of women in Victorian England, much like her mother Eudoria (portrayed by Helena Bonham Carter).
While Sherlock Holmes is entrusted with important cases, his little sister is in no way inferior to his ingenious nose.
In the first part, young detective Elona Holmes investigates the sudden disappearance of her mother Eudoria on her own – against the will of her big brother Mycroft (Sam Claflin). Only Sherlock discovers similarities and is impressed by the courage and determination of his little sister.
In the sequel, Enola Holmes now has hers founded his own detective agency, but the first cases are still a long way off. Then she receives the order to find a missing girl. The simple one soon turns out to be missing person case than something much greater.
When Enola Holmes is suddenly being pursued by sinister figures, there suddenly seems to be a connection to her brother’s current case sherlock admit. But in order to solve this mystery of historic proportions, two holmes necessary…
First cast with Henry Cavill and Millie Bobby Brown
There is a reunion with the title heroine Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill as Sherlock in the leading roles. The other cast includes:
- Helena Bonham Carter as Eudoria Holmes
- Louis Partridge as Viscount Tewkesbury
- Adeel Akhtar as Lestrade
- Susie Wokoma as Edith
- Sharon Duncan Brewster
- David Thewlis
- Gabriel Tierney
- Hannah Dodd
- Abbie Hern
- Serranna Su-Ling Bliss
- Roisin Monaghan
The plot is based on a 2006 children’s book series of the same name “The Enola Holmes Mysteries” by author Nancy Springer, which uses the well-known characters from the Sherlock Holmes books by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Directed by Harry Bradbeer.