What is it, renewal or cancellation?
The classic animated series of the same name served as inspiration for the storyline of Fate: The Winx Saga. The show’s plot moves in a decent clip and contains elements of fantasy, teen romance and drama. After this shocking conclusion to season two, you might be wondering if the show will continue or be cancelled. This is what we know:
What exactly happens in Fate: The Winx Saga?
This time the action takes place some time after the events of the previous year. Rosalind is now in command of the wizarding school now that Dowling has left, and she’s definitely more in the style of Dolores Umbridge than Professor Dumbledore! There are also students who have disappeared while the specialists who are outside have increased their fights as they can smell something terrible coming their way. Who is manipulating this? We quickly understand who the main villain is. It will be Sebastian vs the Blood Witches who will start a fight in the second half of this season.
As time goes on, the story quickly becomes much more predictable, especially after the initial sense of intrigue has dissipated and the emphasis is once again placed on the fact that Bloom is the ‘chosen one’. As she wields the power of the Dragonflame, Bloom is forced to attempt to use it to thwart the efforts of those intent on bringing about the destruction of the world, while ensuring that her friendships and connection to Sky endure intact.
We provide full coverage of Fate: The Winx Saga on our website, which includes synopses for each episode in the series. HERE you can see for yourself!
Has Fate: The Winx Saga Season 3 Production Started?
As of this writing, Fate: The Winx Saga Season 3 has not yet been renewed for production. Given the nature of the show’s material, that may very well change if things go well for Netflix, which is entirely possible.
Before deciding whether or not to continue airing a show, Netflix usually considers a number of data, such as: There are some shows, like Squid Game and Bridgerton and Irregulars, that Netflix is pretty quick to give its verdict on the show’s future. It sometimes takes Netflix several months to come to a conclusion about a series’ future.
Up to this point, Fate: The Winx Saga has had a very mixed reception, with critics giving this series reviews ranging from ordinary to good. However, the popularity of the audience is much cheaper! The fact that the show was ordered for a second season by audiences despite mixed reviews suggests it’s doing pretty well for Netflix.
All in all, we have a strong feeling that the order for Fate: The Winx Saga Season 3 will be greenlit. There’s undeniably potential here, as the conclusion of season two really points to a much bigger conflict in the next season.
As new information becomes available to us over the coming weeks and months, we will ensure that this section returns and is revised with the latest and most accurate information.
Here’s what we know about Season 3 now
Since Netflix has yet to give the green light for a third season, there is very little information about it at this time. The resolution leaves things open for a sequel if Netflix decides to go in that direction.
It would indicate that Bloom’s mother, now in the realm of darkness, will play a significant role as the narrative progresses. It’s not entirely clear if she’s a friend or an enemy, but if we had to bet on it, we’d say she’s the latter. It’s possible that Bloom has to intervene with her mother, who may have been responsible for summoning the strange shadow monster that has appeared on the school grounds.
If this one is renewed you can expect plenty of romance and fantasy to be mixed up again and most likely another seven episodes to consume. As previously indicated, we expect this to be renewed; In the event that new information becomes known in the future, we will make you aware of any relevant changes on this page.
cast and characters
Comparison of Musa, Stella, Bloom and Aisha in Fate (above) and artwork for the animated show (below)
- Abigail Cowen as Bloom Peters, a fire fairy raised by human parents on Earth who discovers that she is a changeling
- Hannah van der Westhuysen as Stella, a fashionable light fairy and the princess of Solaria. She initially angers Bloom, but later becomes her friend.
- Precious Mustapha as Aisha, an athletic water fairy. She tends to bow to sources of authority and has difficulty rebelling against Alfea’s teachers.
- Eliot Salt as Terra Harvey, an earth fairy who is Sam’s sister and Flora’s cousin. She grew up in Alfea but has trouble socializing.
- Elisha Applebaum as Musa, a mind fairy who senses other people’s feelings. Because of her powers, she tries to create emotional distance between herself and others.
- Danny Griffin as Sky, a specialist who is Andreas von Eraklyon’s son. The star of his class, he was raised by Silva.
- Sadie Soverall as Beatrix, an air fairy who can manipulate electricity. She is interested in Alfea’s dark history and knows more about Bloom’s mysterious origins than anyone else.
- Freddie Thorp as Riven, a nonchalant second-year specialist and Sky’s best friend. He is in a relationship with Beatrix.
- Eva Birthistle as Vanessa Peters, Bloom’s adoptive mother. She is covered in burn scars due to an incident in which Bloom lost control of her powers.
- Robert James-Collier as Saul Silva, the fencing instructor at Alfea and Sky’s guardian. He was cared for by Sky’s father and raised Sky after his death.
- Eve Best as Farah Dowling (season 1), the headmistress of Alfea who works behind the scenes to protect her students from threats outside of Alfea’s borders
- Lesley Sharp (season 1) / Miranda Richardson (season 2) as Rosalind Hale, the former headmistress of Alfea who plans with Queen Luna and Andreas to take it back
- Theo Graham as Dane (main season 2; recurring season 1), a first-year specialist who has a crush on Riven.
- Jacob Dudman as Sam Harvey (main season 2; recurring season 1), an earth fairy who is Terra’s brother. He has the ability to break through walls and objects. He is in a relationship with Musa.
- Brandon Grace as Gray Owens (season 2), Aisha’s new boyfriend who has a dark secret
- Ken Duken as Andreas (main season 2; recurring season 1), celebrated war hero, father to Sky and adoptive father to Beatrix
- Éanna Hardwicke as Sebastian (season 2), Saul’s friend who is associated with witches
- Paulina Chavez as Flora (season 2), an earth fairy who is Terra and Sam’s cousin
- Josh Cowdery as Mike Peters, Bloom’s adoptive father. Like Vanessa, he is unaware that Bloom is a fairy and not his biological daughter until she reveals her abilities to him in the season one finale.
- Alex Macqueen (season 1) / Daniel Betts (season 2) as Professor Ben Harvey, father of Terra and Sam, botany teacher at Alfea.
- Harry Michell as Callum, Dowling’s assistant who is killed by Beatrix.
- Kate Fleetwood as Queen Luna, Stella’s icy mother and Solaria’s queen
- Jayden Revri as Devin (season 2)