Netflix premiered the new film “Enola Holmes” Wednesday, and fans are already demanding a sequel. The film, about Sherlock’s teenage sister doing her own sleuthing, quickly entered Netflix’s Top 10 list, hovering at No. 2 on Thursday morning.

Viewers took to Twitter to ask for Netflix to greenlight “Enola Holmes 2.”

It seems like the team is ready to return. Director Harry Bradbeer said he’d be happy to helm a sequel. “Given half a chance, yeah,” he told Deadline. “That decision has got to be made, but I think it would be really exciting.”

Enola herself is ready to return as well. Millie Bobby Brown served as both star and producer on the movie. “Yeah, there’s more of the story to be told. The story isn’t over yet. She isn’t grown up, there’s no conclusion,” she emphasized. “I think she’ll forever be someone who is always evolving, but there’s definitely more to be shown on screen. Harry and I loved working together, so this has to happen.”

Brown told Entertainment Weekly that she intended to just do one movie—until she started filming and fell in love with the character. Now, she very much wants to return. “Ultimately, this has been my favorite thing that I've ever done in my life,” she said. “So to do it all over again would be a dream.”

There is certainly enough source material for an entire “Enola Holmes” franchise. The first film is based on the first in a six-book series by author Nancy Springer, published between 2006-2010.

Bradbeer told Decider that future films would reveal more about Enola's mother (Helena Bonham Carter).

"I can say it will certainly be looked into in future movies...She’s such an extraordinary character that we’re going to dig out some more secrets about her," Bradbeer said. "If we do go again, there’s a lot of issues left in this dysfunctional family. Not only in the country, which is dysfunctional, but the family as well. I think it will always be leaning into real historical accuracy, about the history of the constitution and the development of our democracy. And of human rights, not just women’s rights. I think that’s a very ripe scene to plow. Because if you have an adventure film that has something interesting to say morally, I think that really enriches it and makes it more nutritious."

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The critics seem share the fans’ enthusiasm for the adventure film. “Enola Holmes” is certified fresh at 92% on Rotten Tomatoes’ tomatometer while audiences give it 83%.

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Millie Bobby Brown stars in Netflix's "Enola Holmes." Legendary