Despite the fact that the show was originally supposed to last for three seasons, Fate: The Winx Saga was so successful that it was renewed for an additional eight, and the Netflix adaptation premiered in January 2021 to mixed reviews. Netflix renewed the show for a second season in February, despite the bad reviews.
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The show foregoes the vibrant costumes in favour of a darker, more realistic appearance. In six episodes, Season 1 featured Blood Witches, Burned Ones, and attempted murder. The season ended on a cliffhanger, with an ancient power burning inside Bloom (Abigail Cowen) and new leadership in Alfea.
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Fans shouldn’t have to wait long because the cast and crew have regrouped to begin production on season two. In a video posted on Netflix UK & Ireland’s YouTube website, a known face joined a few newcomers for a socially distant table read of a script.To stay updated with the latest updates on celebrities, Hollywood, sports, technology and business, stay updated with the recent news of The Midget Herald.