People who use Netflix have fallen in love with the streaming service’s new fantasy series called Fate: The Winx Saga. It’s a more adult, live-action version of the Italian-American animated kid’s show Winx Club. The first season of Brain Young, which is based on The Vampire Diaries, came out in late January. It showed us five fairies who go to a magical school in the Otherworld.
Abigail Cowen plays Bloom in the first season, a fire fairy who was swapped for a human child soon after birth. Bloom grew up in the human world, but soon after birth, she was switched to a human child. As a child, Bloom’s destructive powers caused a fire that left her adoptive mother badly scarred. She is now a student at Alfea, a special school for fairies and non-magical students known as “specialists.” The headmistress of Alfea, Farah Dowling, has chosen Bloom to be one of her students (Eve Best). Bloom gets better and better at using her fire powers over the course of the first season. Finally, she can use an ancient power from her past to defeat a group of supernatural creatures called the Burned Ones.
With a lot going on, the first season of Fate: The Winx Saga felt more like the start of something bigger and better. Because we’re learning more about that adventure, we’re all the more excited to go on it. Check out this list of everything we know about the second season.
Is Fate: the Winx Saga Season 2 Coming Out?
As soon as the show came out in February, Netflix announced that Fate: The Winx Saga would be back for a second season. They did this by making an announcement video with a theme, like this one: One-hour episodes are going up from six in the first season. However, we don’t yet know when these new episodes will be on our TVs because there is no set date.
It’s a good thing that we have some information that can help us make a good guess about when the show will be on TV. Netflix says that the second season will be made in Ireland this year. If the start date is sooner than later, it might mean that Bloom and her friends will be back at the end of the year. There are a lot of effects in the show, so it’s likely that the show will spend some time in post-production before it comes back in the first quarter of 2022. It would only happen if COVID-19 didn’t hold up production, of course
People From Fate: the Winx Saga’s Second Season
Netflix has said that a lot of the cast will be back for the second season of Fate: The Winx Saga. She will be back as Bloom, a fire fairy who only recently learned about and learned how to use her powers. Hannah van der Westhuizen will be back as Stella, a second-year student, and fairy who can control light. Precious Mustapha will be back as Aisha, an athletic water fairy who is Bloom’s roommate; Eliot Salt will be back as Terra, an earth fairy whose father teaches at Alfea; and Elisha Applebaum will be back as Musa, a mind fairy whose powers are linked to people’s emotions.
Danny Griffin’s character, Sky, played a big part in the first season, and his father, Andreas, played by Ken Duken, came back in the season 1 finale, so we won’t be surprised if both characters return in season 2. There is also Robert James-Collier, who is known as Saul Silva. He is the fencing instructor at Alfea, and he helped Sky when everyone thought his dad was dead.
In season 1, Eve Best played Farah Dowling, a headmistress at Alfea. In season 2, we’re not likely to see Eve Best again. She was killed by Rosalind, Alfea’s former headmistress, in the last few seconds of the season 1 finale. She is played by Lesley Sharp. In season 2, the same thing will happen to the woman on the right.
Fate: the Winx Saga Season 2 Is About What?
Fate: The Winx Saga showrunner and executive producer Brian Young says that the first season was just the tip of the iceberg, so to speak. It was just the beginning. During a statement announcing the show’s renewal, Young said that the six episodes in season 1 only scratched the surface of this rich world and the powerful fairies who live there. “As Bloom’s storey grows, I can’t wait for you to learn even more about Aisha, Stella, Terra, and Musa, too! I don’t know who will show up at Alfea next term.”
“Young doesn’t say much about season 2, but it does sound like we’ll meet some new people when the show comes back.” However, the show’s second season will have to deal with the fallout from the events of the first season finale, which saw Rosalind, who had been in prison for manipulating Bloom, back in charge of Alfea after killing Dowling. Besides the fact that Andreas came back from the dead, there’s also the fact that he didn’t die a war hero. This complicates things even more because Andreas didn’t die as a hero. Silva killed Andreas because he thought Andreas was going to kill a whole city full of innocent people, so he killed him. However, it’s clear that he didn’t die that day. It didn’t happen that way. Instead, he was nursed back to health and lived in hiding until he could safely return and help Rosalind with her evil plans for Alfea and the fairies.
This means that the plot of season two of Fate: The Winx Saga is going to be very complicated.