While Fate: The Winx Saga has yet to be renewed for a season 2, many questions remain as the six episodes of the modern replay of the cult cartoon end on Netflix. Warning, spoilers.
Warning, spoilers. The following paragraphs reveal spoilers for Fate: The Winx Saga. It is advisable to have seen the first season before continuing the article.
With only 6 episodes, Destiny: The Winx Saga, by Brian Young (Vampire Diaries), has aroused the curiosity of fans of the famous cartoon Winx Club whose Netflix series is a modern replay. If the platform has not yet announced the order of a second season for the teen drama fantastic, still in the top of viewings, speculation is rife about what could happen in potential new episodes.
The arrival of Flora and Tecna?
Flora is not present in Destiny: The Winx Saga, it is her cousin Terra (Eliot Salt) who replaces her in the Netflix series. This character was totally invented and fans are hoping Flora can be introduced in season 2. Actress Abigail Cowen, who plays Bloom, mentioned this possibility in an interview with the site. TheWrap : “If we’re lucky enough to get a season 2, I think Flora could come along and I’d love to.”. In addition, another emblematic fairy of Winx Club is missing, it is Tecna, who could also join the series, if the writers go in this direction.
Alfea edited by Rosalind
The end of the first season of Destiny: The Winx Saga is marked by the death of Farah Dowling (Eve Best), the principal of Alfea, killed by the powerful Rosalind (Lesley Sharp), returned to take control of the school. She used Bloom’s powers to achieve her ends and returns to her former position as director with the help of Queen Luna (Kate Fleetwood), Beatrix (Sadie Soverall). The question is whether Farah Dowling is really dead or if she could return, with her body buried under an earth that has mysteriously covered itself with flowers. In a magical universe, anything is possible, even the return of the dead. In the meantime, the future reign of Rosalind is likely to be very dark in Alfea with a teaching that risks to switch to the forces of evil and the girls will be in danger.
Sky’s father returns
Bloom’s boyfriend Sky (Danny Griffin) learns that his father, legendary soldier Andreas of Eraklyon (Ken Duken), is not dead. Worse, her father has been in hiding for years and raised Beatrix, who turns out to be bad and on Rosalind’s side. Sky will therefore have to digest this news. Will he be able to reconnect with this father, presumed dead, who is on the side of evil? However, Andreas’ return will shed light on the events in the village of Aster Dale, which have led to many betrayals and power struggles.
Bloom’s quest for identity
Now that Bloom knows she is a changeling, adopted by humans, the young woman will want to learn more about her identity. She could go in search of her biological parents and try to better understand her powers that come to her from the Dragon Flame. With Rosalind around, the task promises to be complicated, but she could find answers by taking a closer look at her connection with the Burns she killed at the end of the first season of Fate: The Winx Saga.
In the series, a murky element from Stella’s (Hannah van der Westhuysen) past is brought up several times: Alfa’s privileged student accidentally blinded Ricki, one of her former best friends. Her mother, Queen Luna, is understood to be involved in controlling Stella’s powers by forcing her to focus on her negative energies. So there are still things to dig into this story that seems to be more important than it seems. It is also possible that Ricki will appear in season 2.