If the streaming platform Netflix wants to wait before renewing Fate: The Winx Saga for a third season, the creator of the television series already knows where he wants to go with the sequel.
Almost a week after its launch on Netflixthe second season of Fate : The Winx Saga performs in many countries and does not let go of the ranking of the most watched productions of the service. Brian Young, creator and showrunner of the free and live-action adaptation of the Italian animated series Winx Club, hopes to be able to continue the story, especially after the latest revelations:
We knew early on that we wanted Bloom to come face to face with her mother in the realm of darkness. It was important for us to make sure we answered some of the audience’s questions, while still leaving them hungry for more places to go in Season 3.
#FateTheWinxSaga season 2 ended with a shocker. https://t.co/ymBMY4aE8b
— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) September 19, 2022
As for the mystery of the Dark Realm – home to the Shadow and the Scrapers – and Bloom’s future relationship with his mother, Brian Young hopes to explore these topics further in hypothetical Season 3:
The goal is to answer the following question: what is the kingdom of darkness? How are Bloom and her mother related to it? And also, how it ties into our big overarching mythology, which we sprinkled lightly in Season 2.
An arrival of the Trix for season 3 of Fate: The Winx Saga?
Brian Young has made it known that the third season of the television series Fate: The Winx Saga may feature the Trix, i.e. the trio of witches from the original Winx Club series:
We haven’t started talking about Season 3 yet, but I definitely plan to see the Trix. It’s a core part of the cartoon that we always knew we’d see at some point in the series. I would say that if we have a season 3, expect to see Icy and Darcy to come and support Beatrix.