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The Netflix’s Original Series ‘Fate: the Winx Saga’ Got Cancelled For Season Third

The Netflix’s Original Series ‘Fate: the Winx Saga’ Got Cancelled For Season Third

Netflix is known to be an established hit-maker, but they are not immune to failure. That is the story of Netflix’s one season of “Fate: The Winx Saga.” It was an adaptation of their own Nickelodeon version, which ran for five seasons before Netflix bought it and got some people excited about season three. But then fate happened, and by all means, “Fate” has been canceled for now. Let’s put this into perspective a little bit- two main things went wrong with the show. First, the show was canceled after the second season. The show was eventually canceled because Netflix saw it as “increasingly unlikely” and “too expensive” to do a third season. Fate: The Winx Saga is action-packed and follows the story of five young girls who are transported to a magical universe, where they discover that each of them has special powers. The first season was well-received. It was also very R-rated at times and featured significant violence. 

Who is in the cast?

  • Abigail Cowen as Bloom Peters
  • Danny Griffin as Sky
  • Hannah van der Westhuysen as Stella
  • Elisha Applebaum as Musa
  • Freddie Thorp as Riven
  • Precious Mustapha as Aisha
  • Eliot Salt as Terra Harvey
  • Sadie Soverall as Beatrix
  • Theo Graham as Dane
  • Jacob Dudman as Sam Harvey
  • Miranda Richardson as Rosalind
  • Paulina Chávez as Flora
  • Brandon Grace as Grey Owens
  • Éanna Hardwicke as Sebastian Valtor

Release Date:

The series premiered on 22nd January 2021.

What is the series about? 

The series is set in the magical world of fairies, enchanting places, and exotic creatures called gameworlds. The Winx Club is of five teenage girls who have a special connection to the magic of nature and fight to protect the Earth from evil. They attend a Fairy Academy called Alfea to learn how to control their powers, as well as study other subjects like maths and English. Bloom, Stella, Aisha, Musa, and Tecna are five students with extraordinary abilities at Alfea School of Fairies who use their talents together to form the Winx Club. Together, they learn that they have a special connection to the magical world. Bloom’s origins are currently unknown, but it is known that she is from Earth; her parents were killed in a car crash when she was very young and she spent much of her childhood at Miss Faragonda’s School for Fairies. Bloom is usually very carefree but can be serious sometimes.

Why is the series canceled? 

The series was canceled after the third season, with the network stating that it did not achieve the ratings it hoped for. Because of this, there were no plans to create a third season. They also said that despite their best efforts, fans of the show had not embraced this brand-new story arc.

Is the series worth watching? 

You bet it is! This series is great for anyone who enjoys magical fantasy and a lot of action. It is also great for anyone who likes strong characters, a strong cast, and villains that you can hate. The Winx Club are all imbued with magical powers related to different parts of nature and each one represents one of the four elements: Earth, Fire, Water, or Wind. Together they form the most powerful team at Alfea in matters of fairy magic. The show has a lot of really great characters with interesting backstories, fairies that let us enjoy their magic, and a lot more.


What is the targeted audience? 

The targeted audience for “Fate: The Winx Club” ages 12-19- those ages would enjoy watching this series because it is filled with action and fights. They would be able to relate a lot to the characters, as they have made friends and share a lot of interests. Children from this age group would also love the show because it has a good dose of humor and fun.

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