Arthur Conan Boyle is renewed for his work ‘Sherlock Holmes’. The detective mystery series has been a part of a number of spin offs and doesn’t fail to ignite a spark through each rendition. One that has carved a niche in the minds of the audience is that of Benedict Cumberbatch’s portrayal of the detective. Yet another amazing portrayal has recently come to light, titled Enola Holmes. Enola Holmes transforms the 21st century ideals into the 19th century. The protagonist being none other than the sister of Sherlock Holmes, Enola. She too is hungry to quench herself with the sweet taste of a mystery. The show comprises of everything we want to see, especially the Holmes family.
Enola Holmes Ending Explained
Sherlock Holmes has always been one up the other when it comes to the narrative but we got to hand it to Enola Holmes which does not end with our budding sleuth going gaga over her accomplishments but rather asserts normalcy.
Enola and Tewksbury rush towards his manor to confront the perpetrator but they are shocked when they don’t find Tewksbury’s uncle there as they had expected but before them stands an assassin. Enola and the assassin lock horns. But we all know who would emerge victorious out of this spat. The perpetrator reveals herself to be Tweksbury’s grandmother and this sends a rude shock down their spines. But what’s worse is that she has no mercy. To his luck, Tewksbury escapes. The next day, he is able to vote for the Reform Act and the act is passed. By now we know that he and Enola fancy each other but don’t act upon it.
Sherlock arrives at Scotland Yard but to his dismay he realises that Enola had already been there and has vanished from the face of the earth ever since. Sherlock and his brother Mycroft combine that intellectual capacities to get Enola to meet with them but Enola is after all a Holmes and is a step ahead of them. She doesn’t even them an inkling as to where she is. Enola finds her way home and is taken aback at who she sees greeting her at the daughter. Her mother.
To our surprise, Eudora confesses to her involvement in the suffrage movement. But she herself is taken aback that Enola beat her in her own game and passed the Reform Act. Both, mother and daughter are delighted to be in one another’s presence but this doesn’t last for long.
Eudora has to stay behind closed doors which leaves Enola by herself. Enola totally understands why her mother does what she has to do and promises to send her coded messages if and when she has to. Post her mothers exit, Enola asserts her empowerment and the last shot shows us Enola cycling away.