‘Fate: The Winx Saga’ – Geek’s second season confirmed by Netflix

'Fate: The Winx Saga' - Geek's second season confirmed by Netflix

A Netflix This Thursday (18), it was announced that there will be more seasons in the series. “Verdict: A Saga Winx“The main actors will continue with similar roles, but news from new members will be announced soon. All in all, more will be available. Eight episodes Every hour is long

Produced by the original Netflix builder Archie Pictures Production, In collaboration with Rainbow, will begin recording new chapters in Ireland later this year.

New Season Promotion Video:

Starring Abigail Cowan as Bloom, Hannah van der Westuisen as Stella, Precious Mustafa as Aisha, Elliott Salt as Terra, and Elisha Applebaum as Musa. The first season of “Fate: The Winx Saga” premiered globally in early 2021.

“In the first season, six episodes depict the surface of this incredible and rich world and the powerful fairies that inhabit it. In the second, in addition to the story of the developing Bloom, I can not wait to learn more about Aisha, Stella, Terra and Moosa!”

Trailer for the first season of the series:

Ignio Straffy, founder and CEO of the Rainbow Group, creator of the “The Winx Club” series, added: “Winx connects with live-action audiences in the same way it connects with animation fans. Over time, we see Winx grow into a global phenomenon – with thousands of fans following the show.”

The story revolves around five teen warriors living in Alphia, a magical internship in another world. There they want to gain their talents by balancing their love life, new friendships, rivals and monsters that threaten their very existence.

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“Thanks for that support and loyalty. ‘Verdict: Winx Saga’ is a huge success around the world, and the second season is coming to Netflix, which will continue the story to the delight of fans and viewers alike,” says Ignio Straffy.



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