Netflix’s Fate: The Winx Saga reaches back to 2004 and the eight-season Streak of Winx Club, an animated Nickelodeon series on a group of warrior fairies attending Alfea College for Fairies. Viewers were probably around ten years of age.
The millennials grew up and therefore did The Winx Saga, today a live-action rated-R incarnation–something like True Blood meets Harry Potter cosplay. (Potter cited unironically in the first 10 minutes of the sequence.)
Netflix recruited author Brian Young (The Vampire Diaries) to adapt the cartoon for a late teen Netflix audience. In an interview using The Guardian, Young explained a number of the choices for placing –the boarding school and exteriors filmed in County Wicklow in Ireland: “It is a fantasy I think a lot of folks have when they are that age because you are just trying to find somewhere where you don’t feel so alone and so distinct.”
In search of such escapism, the show also looks to break down high school clique clichés by merging groups of individuals from different worlds. Young and firm also had to update the fairy demographics, and that, at the Nickelodeon animation, was mostly focused on women. “In our series, boys could be fairies, women can be specialists,” he explained. “We’re in the 21st century.”
When it’s millennial nostalgia or genius manipulation of lingering Harry Potter fumes, Winx has hit #1 on Netflix. But will the streaming service deliver it back?
When does season 2 of Fate: The Winx Saga will be broadcast?
If the series is renewed for a sequel and filming begins quickly, we can expect a release in early 2022.
Will there be a Fate: The Winx Saga season 2?
There’s been no official announcement yet by Netflix, though some press websites are claiming confirmation. The Wrap says that a source near the publication, as well as a cast member who uttered a continuation of the story, told them Netflix will green-light a Season two.
With no dearth of source material or worlds to explore, Winx could observe a multi-season run, turning into something such as Teen Wolf for its streaming services. Still, that is all speculation.
Is Fate: The Winx Saga season 2 happening?
Since the series only premiered on Netflix, a second season has not been announced yet. Netflix generally likes to look at how well a show does in its first month, so be sure that you tell everybody you know to watch the series so it’s a higher prospect of return.
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