Like a lot of people, I snapped through the six-episode season of Netflix’s brand new fairy dream show, Fate: The Winx Saga, in the first few days following its release. I loved it more than I thought I’d, and then the cliffhanger season finale struck like a tornado of unanswered questions. I rewatched, looking for hints and pieces of information I might’ve missed the first time, and now I’m left wondering: where the hell will the show go out of here, and will there be a second season to answer all of the burning questions the finale left in its wake? For all the other inquisitive lovers out there, here is what we know about the destiny of the series and in which the fairies and specialists of Alfea may take us next.
Fate: The Winx Saga Release date?
Concerning a set release date, there has not been any official word by Netflix and you can attribute that to the raging spike in Covid-19 cases.
However, there is also a lot of buzz on the internet about what fans might explore for the show’s possible dive into season 2.
What else has the cast said about season 2?
While the stars of Fate: The Winx Saga seem to know about as far as the rest of us about whether the series is going to be renewed for more episodes, they’re equally optimistic that another season will shortly be on the way, and they’ll get to delve deeper into their characters’ inner workings in future installments.
When Sadie Soverall, that performs with the rebellious Beatrix, was asked by 1883 Magazine if season two is already in the works, she said, “I hope so! I expect if there is, we get to discover a little more about Beatrix’s past because I’d like to know what happens.
Elisha Applebaum, meanwhile, lately advised Short Take that when the series returns, she is planning to tweak her approach to enjoying with mind fairy Musa, who is almost always wearing cans. “It was a very strange period in which I believed Musa listened to rock music. And I believed it would be really heavy songs and that she would not need to think about anything else but listening to this crazy music,” Applebaum said of her strategy to the first season. “But then when you see it, it is quite calm and kind of meditative music, that will also make a great deal of sense. When there’s going to be a season, that is something I will need to remember and consider within that, because she softens up throughout.”
What could happen in Fate: The Winx Saga?
The series is a loose adaptation of the 2004 Italian animation job by Iginio Straffi and when creators continue to ride the coattails of their first there is a huge amount of content to research.
The first Winx Club is comprised of roughly eight seasons with nearly 26 episodes in each. With this much material, there is a potential for character arcs, spin-offs, and even films.