Netflix’s Enola Holmes sequel will see the return of yet another original character
Netflix’s TUDUM, A Global Fan Event that took place on September 26, for sure left the fans of its various shows overwhelmed. The fans of Enola Holmes were also not left disappointed. In today’s event, Netflix confirmed the return of Louis Partridge as Viscount Tewkesbury.
Netflix confirms the return of Louis Partridge in a unique way
Earlier in May, Enola Holmes was renewed for a sequel film. While there isn’t much that we know about the sequel as its plot, dates, and so on, we do know that Millie Bobby Brown will reappear as Enola. Further, we know that Henry Cavill will be back in the role of Sherlock Holmes.
Fans have been immensely worried about their beloved character, Louis Partridge, not appearing in the film’s sequel. However, Netflix relieved their worries by confirming his return in the film at its Tudum event. Not to mention the epiphany came uniquely.
Apparently, Netflix released a clip that shows Millie Bobby Brown saying “hello” to a screen. Eventually, the screen shows a glimpse of Patridge lighting a match in the dark and stating, “Tis I”.
— Netflix (@netflix) September 25, 2021
The Enola Holmes franchise
The First film Enola Holmes is an adaptation of Nancy Springer’s novel series that features Sherlock’s younger sister. The series consists of six books. To be more specific, the first part followed the first book of Nancy Springer, known as The Case of the Missing Marquess. If the creators stick to the original books, we might expect them to adapt the second book of the series with the title The Case of the Left-Handed Lady.
Similar to part one, the sequel will also be directed by Harry Bradbeer and written by Jack Thorne. Ever since the film got renewed for a sequel, Millie Bobby Brown expressed her zeal to work with the Enola Holmes team on various occasions.
As of now, there isn’t a premiere date for the Enola Holmes sequel. However, the filming is said to start by the end of this year.