The Winx Saga ”is renewed for a second season

The series has the support of the creator of the original franchise. Photo: Netflix | Netflix

In early 2021, Netflix ladded to its catalog « Fate: The Winx Saga« , Live acton series with which he sought to revive the franchise »Winx club”, Becoming a great success despite its great differences with a series that was originally intended for a more childlike demographic.

After the release of the first six episodes of the series, which were just a glimpse into the mythology of the fantasy world proposed by the franchise, it will be only the first installment of a larger story, since the streaming service has announced that the series will have a second season.

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Through a statement, Netflix would announce that the second season will consist of eight episodes, which will begin filming in Ireland this year. « The six episodes only scratched the surface of this incredibly rich world and the powerful fairies that inhabit it, » he would comment. Brian Young, showrunner of the series.

As Bloom’s story continues to evolve, I can’t wait for you to learn so much more about Aisha, Stella, Terra, and Musa. And they will never know who might appear in Alfea next.

Ignio Straffi, creator of Winx club Y CEO of Rainbow group would be pleased with the work done with the series, ensuring that it manages to connect with the audience in the same way that its animated counterpart would.

“Through the years, we have seen Winx grow into a global phenomenon and millions of fans have faithfully followed the show. Thank you for your loyal support. ‘Fate: The Winx Saga« is a massive worldwide hit with a second season on the way that will continue the story to the delight of fans and viewers everywhere. »

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The series shows the story of five young fairies who come to Alfea, a magical school in a world other than ours in which they must learn to control their powers while navigating the common problems of any teenager: loves, rivalries and the appearance of monsters that could threaten their own existence.