Fate: The Winx Saga will return to Netflix on Sept. 16.
Based on Winx Club, an Italian animated collection that follows a gaggle of fairies preventing evil forces, Fate: The Winx Saga is a extra dramatic, extra mature tackle the magical lady gang. The first season premiered in January 2021, and whereas it didn’t seize the identical camaraderie among the many principal characters that the unique present did, it did showcase a compelling, magical world with a darker storyline concerning the generational trauma of warfare.
In the second season, former headmistress Rosalind, performed by Good Omens’ Miranda Richardson, returns to the magical boarding college to rule with an iron fist. All appears tentatively properly — that’s, until fairies begin disappearing and it’s as much as fireplace fairy Bloom (Abigail Cowen) and her mates to cease an awesome evil lurking within the shadows.
Additionally, fan-favorite Flora lastly joins the solid. The present’s casting drew some criticism from followers, particularly when it got here to Musa (performed by Elisha Applebaum within the present), who is meant to be East Asian, and Terra (Eliot Salt), whom everybody assumed was the Latina-coded Flora.