While it can have faced some criticism from this gate for producing adjustments to the Winx Club lore plus a few questionable casting options, there can be no denying that Fate: The Winx Saga continues to be another hit for Netflix.
The young adult drama topped the streamer’s top ten list upon release, and it has gathered legions of fans, including an Instagram following of almost 600,000 avid fans.
Some fun extras have landed on these social media stations as we await word on if the Winx Saga will return for a second season, such as a movie teaser some of the greatest fan notions circulating the web.
Hannah van der Westhuysen (Stella), Precious Mustapha (Aisha), and Sadie Soverall (Beatrix) feature in the clip, which covers everything in the Stellatrix craze to the potential return of Alfea headmistress Farah Dowling (Eve Greatest ).
The season one finale left the ladies of Winx Suite in a precarious position, returning from a brief vacation to the human kingdom to find school life completely derailed by a shocking change in direction.
Asked the throw what they would like to see happen in a potential next season, so keep reading for concepts on where the show can go next and what else we know up to now.
When will Fate: The Winx Saga season 2 be released?
If the show gets a pretty speedy pickup and Netflix continues on its regular program, then we can hopefully see it return a year later in January 2022.
What the Cast Wants to See
Den of Geek talked with many members of the Fate: The Winx Saga cast about what they want to see from their characters and the series at large should the series get a second season. Here are some of their orders
Abigail Cowen (Bloom): “I’d like to see Bloom come into her power and be more assured in who she is. I’d love to see her be even more powerful than she was in the first season. I think that would be enjoyable to play an actor and to watch in Bloom.
Danny Griffin (Sky): “I’d like to see him take control and take initiative very within his narrative, and take control of his life. He sort of is somewhat pushed around since he is doing things for other people and not actually for himself”
Sky’s presumed-dead dad returns when Rosalind takes over Alfea, so Sky will need to grapple with what that means for himself and his connection with Silva, who raised him. “I would love for him to take the reins a little bit and do things for himself, but still retain the kindness and the love he has towards other people.”
Hannah van der Westhuizen (Stella): “I think it would be this exciting prospect for Stella to stand up for her mother and to fight back. I’d like to see her getting her hands dirty, and getting involved with the physical fights.”
Stella has mild powers which, among other things, allow to allow them to manipulate what people find. Using that power to hide her side from enemies is 1 way Stella could be in the action. “I want her out of this love triangle. Let us get her back to more important things.”
Eliot Salt (Terra): “My main wishes for Terra, and the series, are number one, we need to get Flora in. I hope Terra gets some screen time with her cousin.” Fans of this Winx animated show, who were hoping to see the Latina fairy in live-action, would probably concur.
“I would quite like Terra to have a successful love. I trust that she is going to get involved in the fights, she has got that covered. But she needs some fantastic news in the romance section, she had a real bummer in the first season.”
Fate: The Winx Saga can be the next supernatural teenage drama that shapes conversations on personality and identity in a fun and accessible way. It’s a classic setting, a magical boarding school. It has fairies and other magical creatures we’ve yet to fulfill. It has family, friendship, romance, and all the complications that come with each.
Fate is the ideal breeding ground for sorting–grouping people by common characteristics, such as motivations and behaviors–and transport, the enthusiast past season of pairing characters up (often romantically, but not necessarily ). We can anticipate season 2 to double down on the magic and the play, while still integrating more of this Winx mythology which it is adapted from.
What could happen in Fate: The Winx Saga season 2?
The first season of Fate: The Winx Saga needed a remarkably downbeat ending, which saw Alfea’s headmistress Farah Dowling (Eve Best) brutally murdered by her longtime rival Rosalind (Lesley Sharp).
This allowed a hostile takeover of this bewitching faculty, which was under military occupation when the Winx Club returned in their short holiday in the human world.
A key figure in orchestrating this sinister scheme was Stella’s mother, Queen Luna (Kate Fleetwood), which appears to set the stage for a significant confrontation in a possible second season.
Hannah van der Westhuysen, that plays Stella, and other press: “I have been expecting that Stella will use these friendships which she is beginning to make to enable her to stand up to her mum and stand up for what is right.
“In the year that we’ve had, so many people have needed to have difficult conversations with their own families since they’ve been living together because of the political climate we’re in, and I feel that would be a very interesting thing to explore.
“Like, what level you can reconcile with your parents if you feel very differently about what’s right and wrong on the planet. So, I like to believe that there is hope for these, but ultimately I truly expect Stella does what is ideal for the greater good.”
She is the only one man facing parental problems, as Terra (Eliot Salt) also watched her dad in a different light by the end of the season when she found he had been lying to her.
Salt said: “It was an interesting journey for Terra I think because having her daddy as a portion of the team, I believe she was naturally very trusting of authority and felt quite betrayed that she’d been lied to by her loved ones. Thus, I think that it’s going to unlock another side to her which is a bit more rebellious and hopefully, we’ll get to see a more fiery side to her”
Meanwhile, Sky has learned his dad, who had been presumed to have died many years ago, is still living and in cahoots, with Rosalind herself and celebrity Danny Griffin is eager to investigate this further in an expected second season.
“I think Sky isn’t likely to know where to get started. I’d like to see the struggles he goes through with his father because with someone that largely comes into your own life is going to take a bit of an opportunity to become used to,” he said.
One of those modifications that Fate: The Winx Saga makes into the source material is partnering Musa up with a brand new love interest, Sam (Jacob Dudman), rather than the specialist Riven (Freddie Thorp).
There’s one scene in the first season that appears to allude to this relationship, but star Elisha Applebaum thinks that fans should not get their hopes up to see original love on screen anytime soon.
She explained: “I expect that Musa is endgame with Sam since I feel like it would be great for Musa and who desires another love triangle? The show is all about female friendships and empowerment. But who knows? She is a danger to herself I wouldn’t be surprised.”
Besides, Riven has started down a very different path, allying with the villainous Beatrix and her mentor, Rosalind.
Applebaum has also responded to the controversy surrounding her casting in the role of Musa, a character that some fans feel should have been played by an Asian actress.
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