Fate: The Winx Saga, which started to be broadcast by Netflix as of January 22, 2021, appeared as an adaptation of the Winx Club cartoon series. The first season consists of 6 episodes in total, and the episode durations vary between 47 and 53 minutes. The series was adapted by Brain Young, who is also a producer and screenwriter of The Vampire Diaries. Abigail Cowen stars as Bloom Peters, Precious Mustapha as Aisha, Hannah van der Westhuysen as Princess Stella, Eliot Salt as Terra Harvey, and Elisha Applebaum as Musa. The production, which received an average of 6.9 points with the votes of 32 thousand people on IMDb, was filmed in Ireland. The series, which focuses on the story of 5 friends who go to a magical boarding school in Otherworld, brings a new look to Winx Club with love, rivalry, monsters, and magical powers. The first question that comes to the minds of Netflix viewers who finished the first season is: Will there be a second season of The Winx Saga? Here are all the known about Season 2.
Five young fairies attend a magical boarding school called Alfea in Otherworld. Approaching adulthood step by step, the fairies must learn how to control their magical powers while trying to cope with the monsters, love, and rivalry they encounter. Determined to control themselves and their forces, a group of teenagers struggles to deal with supernatural studies at Alfea. In hopes of learning to dominate her powers, Bloom begins her training at Alfea and meets interesting classmates. Meanwhile, a secret is revealed. Students, who discover their strengths and emotions, open the door to a new life. Bloom and Stella collaborate on a mission. Burned Ones’ reign of fear grows bigger each day. The past and the present intertwine as Bloom begins to search for an important memory. Aisha struggles with her lessons. Silva shares a secret. A party is thrown at the magical school, and events unfold.
Will there be a Second Season of Fate: The Winx Saga?
There is good news for those who are waiting: Yes! Netflix’s fantasy series Fate: The Winx Saga announced that it has been approved for season 2, accompanied by a short video. The series will continue its adventures. Season 2, prepared by Archery Pictures Production in collaboration with Rainbow, will consist of eight one-hour episodes. The producer of the series, Brian Young, stated that he is excited about the second season and said that we will learn a lot of new information about the main characters in the new episodes. He also gave the message that new characters will be added to Alfea. Rainbow Group founder Iginio Straffi said that the series, like the cartoon, establishes a tight bond with the audience. Stating that he was very pleased with the feedback from the fans, Straffi gave the good news that the 2nd season would come.
When is the second season of Fate: The Winx Saga?
In its declaration about when season 2 will begin, Netflix announced that filming for the second season will begin in Ireland in late 2021. In this season, fans will be given extra two one-hour episodes. There’s no exact word yet on when the release date of Fate: The Winx Saga season 2 will be, but we expect it to air in early 2022 as the good news has already been announced, and there are producers’ ongoing plans about the show. Season 1 was released in January, and we can guess a similar date around for the second season.
What is the plotline of the second season?
At the end of the first season, Bloom released Rosalind, and everything started to fade in Alfea College. Silva was detained for attempted murder. Rosalind now excels at Alfea, relying on her belief that the faculty and, therefore, the students will line up in front of her. According to Rosalind, while The Burned Ones pales in comparison to what lies ahead, war is on the horizon. In the second season, we will watch the changed version of Bloom. Bloom and her fairy magic will be the key to solving problems in the new season. We learned that Sky’s father, Andreas is still alive. The relationship between Sky and Andreas will be one of the highlights of next season.
In season two, we will be able to watch the same main cast with Cowen, Mustapha, Westhuysen, Applebaum, and Salt. The new characters’ names will be announced later. Brian Young returns as showrunner and executive producer for season two. Along with him, Archery Pictures’ Judy Counihan and Kris Thykier, Rainbow’s Cristiana Buzzelli, and Joanne Lee are also continuing their second season as executive producers.
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