Speaking of, I just finished watching Sherlock on Netflix. The stories are a bit outlandish. Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman are entertaining as heck together, and that is the only reason I suggest it. There was no Enola Holmes in it, but there was a very super intelligent psychotic sister in the final season.
Oh, boy, I haaaaaate that show. For many reasons, the two most prominent being one, the mysteries arenít written so that anyone (including Sherlock) can solve them by logical deduction. Many of them arenít even really mysteries. The show seems to dislike mystery stories and includes characters written to mock people who do like them. Like, you know, the audience providing the ratings.
Two, Sherlock is a prick. A narcissistic, pretentious, selfish, borderline sociopathic arsehole who thinks that heís better than everyone else. The original Holmes was a genius, but he was also likeable and didnít rub your face in how much smarter he is than you. Sherlock, on the other hand, is an example of a character written by people who are intimidated by genius and so associate it with arseholery.