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The school prepares for the alumni banquet, where Princess Stella is determined to expose Rosalind’s true nature. The group plan to break into the east wing to discover what is going on. Rosalind invites Bloom to the VIP dinner planning to show her off. Princess Stella’s uncle gets drunk.
Stella confronts the gathering, but Rosalind reveals that fairies are being attacked by darker creatures and stealing their strong magic. Sam struggles to cope, planning to attack Rosalind directly. Aisha takes a risk with a boy. Sam and his father ultimately leave Alfea, unable to deal with Rosalind and her ambiguous sinister designs any longer.
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A pub night in town is interrupted by alarming news about Beatrix, who was kidnapped by a Blood Witch. Eventually, Sky, Riven and Musa attempt to rescue Beatrix.
Musa is attacked and loses her power before she is rescued by Riven. Help arrives from Silva, but Andreas is possessed by a Blood Witch and Sky must kill him to save Silva’s life. Bloom discovers the Blood Witch is none other than Sebastian and confronts him.
Bloom is put on trial for killing Rosalind; queen Luna blames Rosalind’s death on Sebastian and the Blood Witches and declares war on them as a result. In order to establish a claim of self-defense, Flora and Terra attempt to find Farah Dowling’s body without success; Luna sentences Bloom to stasis for 20 years as punishment and praises Stella for warning her about the potential danger that Bloom posed. Disgusted with her mother, Princess Stella makes it clear that she will choose her friends over her family if pushed to that point.
As the Specialists unsuccessfully raid Sebastian’s hideout, Aisha discovers that Grey is actually a Blood Witch, something that he does not deny; with war declared against the Blood Witches, Grey agrees to help Sebastian.
A plant recovered from the graveyard proves to contain Dowling’s spiritual essence who releases Bloom and gives her students a lesson on how to unlock their true powers and achieve a further advanced and highly evolved transformation. After giving some final advice to Bloom, Dowling’s spirit fades away for good. With the help of Beatrix, Sebastian and the Blood Witches successfully invade Alfea.
Sebastian and the Blood Witches take over the school, capturing a number of fairies and draining them of their magic and putting many of the Specialists under their control. But Beatrix helps Musa to escape.
In exchange for Beatrix’s help, Sebastian gives her information on her family, revealing that she had two sisters at Aster Dell. Beatrix discovers that Sebastian needs the Dragon Flame to open a conduit to the Realm of Darkness where he will ask an entity known as the Shadow to resurrect everyone killed at Aster Dell; as this could also destroy the Otherworld, Beatrix warns Princess Stella.
As Saul and his men attempt to retake the school, Sebastian uses Sky as a hostage to force Bloom to give him the Dragon Flame, but not before he reveals that Bloom was born a thousand years ago during the ancient war.
Bloom’s biological mother had the almighty Dragon Flame as well but lost control of it, killing thousands of people.
Out of sheer guilt and remorse, she had put Bloom into stasis and banished herself to the Realm of Darkness. Flora injects herself with poison and draws the Scrappers to her in order to get rid of them; while she survives, she is left with an unhealed bite wound.
Grey reveals that his brother was killed in the city of Aster Dell and he wants him back to get out from under his parents’ expectations. Beatrix kills Sky to stop the transfer of great magical power. Grey is able to revive Sky, but Sebastian kills Beatrix in retaliation.
Aisha, Stella and Terra achieve their higher fairy transformations and combine their even stronger fairy powers of water, light and earth respectively, with Bloom to kill Sebastian. Sebastian’s death restores Musa and the other fairies’ own lost magical powers; the remaining Blood Witches flee.
However, Bloom discovers that Sebastian had already opened the conduit and she travels through to seal it from the other side. In the Realm of Darkness, Bloom finally finds her birth mother. The Shadow suddenly reappears at the graveyard, where Princess Stella looks at Beatrix’s note about her sisters.
Fate: The Winx Saga is a teen drama television series based on the Nickelodeon animated series Winx Club, created by Iginio Straffi.
It is produced by Archery Pictures in association with Rainbow, a studio co-owned by Iginio Straffi and Paramount Global.
Developed by Brian Young, who also acts as the showrunner and executive producer, it stars Abigail Cowen, Hannah van der Westhuysen, Precious Mustapha, Eliot Salt and Elisha Applebaum.
Iginio Straffi first proposed a live-action version of Winx Club in 2011, after Viacom, owner of Nickelodeon, became a co-owner of his studio and started financing his projects.
Before approving production on the series, Straffi gained experience with live-action television working as a producer for Nickelodeon’s Club 57.
Principal photography for Fate eventually began in September 2019 in Ireland.
Early in production, Nickelodeon’s American crew members from the cartoon, including Bloom’s voice actress, Molly Quinn, met with the Fate production team and reviewed the pilot script.
Rainbow’s Joanne Lee also oversaw the show as an executive producer. Apart from them, the crew behind Fate is entirely new to the Winx franchise, and the writers were recruited from teen dramas like The Vampire Diaries.
The series features an ensemble cast based on the characters of the animated show. The six-episode first season debuted on Netflix on 22 January 2021 and was watched by 57 million subscribers in the first 28 days of its release.
In February 2021, the series was renewed for a second season which was released on 16 September 2022.
It was watched for 49 million hours and was #1 in 76 countries in its first two days of release.