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Warrior Nun is an American fantasy drama streaming television series created by Simon Barry based on the comic book character Warrior Nun Areala by Ben Dunn.
Developed as a feature film adaptation, the idea was re-imagined as a television series for Netflix when the service had given the production a series order for a first season. Filming takes place in multiple locations in Andalusia, Spain, such as Antequera, where the headquarters of the fictional Order of the Cruciform Sword was filmed.
The series is narrated and led by Portuguese actress Alba Baptista in the role of Ava Silva, a quadriplegic orphan who discovers she now has supernatural powers which force her to join an ancient order of warrior nuns. The series marks Baptista’s English-language debut. The cast also features Toya Turner, Thekla Reuten, Lorena Andrea, Kristina Tonteri-Young, and Tristán Ulloa.
The series debuted on July 2, 2020, on Netflix, to generally positive reviews. In August 2020, the series was renewed for a second season, which was released on November 10, 2022
On Rotten Tomatoes, the series has an approval rating of 68% based on 34 critic reviews, with an average rating of 6.5/10. The website’s critics consensus reads, “Though Warrior Nun’s heavy handed set-up weighs it down, committed performances and excellent fight choreography may be enough for those looking for more pulp with their pulpit.”
On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 62 out of 100, based on reviews from 7 critics, indicating “generally favorable reviews”.
Roxana Hadadi of The A.V. Club wrote: “The script can sometimes lean too much on mythological and religious exposition… but the actors have such good chemistry that their various pairings work, and the smartly choreographed fight scenes are well-placed.”
Hadadi said that “Warrior Nun is undoubtedly familiar” influenced by the likes of Veronica Mars, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Alex Garland’s Devs, but that when the show really clicks it becomes “its own distinct experience rather than simply a derivative facsimile of those inspirations.” She praised the performances, particularly Toya Turner as Shotgun Mary, and gives the show a grade B−.
Nicole Drum of ComicBook.com gave the review 3 out of 5, and wrote: “Warrior Nun is a truly wild journey that manages to ask some tough questions while equally embracing its silliness, its action, and the absolute absurdity of it all. The show may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it is one hell of a fun ride.”
While the majority of critics praised the choreography of the series, some took issue with the pacing of the plot and the extensive exposition of the plot. Robyn Bahr, of The Hollywood Reporter notes, “Thematically, Warrior Nun is nothing you haven’t seen before, and aesthetically, nothing you ever want to see again… Bleak, dour and trudging, the series contains none of the kitschy, blasphemous fun of its title.”
Critic Steve Murray notes that Warrior Nun has “both potential and problems in equal measure”; supposing that the series is trying to recreate the feel of Buffy the Vampire Slayer but with less witty dialogue and creativity.
Reviewer Danielle Broadway of BlackGirlNerds states that, although the program has good intentions, Warrior Nun “fails to live up to expectations”. Broadway says the elements of a good series are there, but “if the plot, pacing, and character development (don’t improve), there will be no resurrection for Season 2”.
On September 28, 2018, it was announced that Netflix had given the production a series order for a first season consisting of ten episodes.
Simon Barry was set to serve as showrunner for the series. Barry is also credited as an executive producer alongside Stephen Hegyes with Terri Hughes Burton serving as a co-executive producer for the series.
Production companies involved with the series are Barry’s Reality Distortion Field and Fresco Film Services. The series premiered on July 2, 2020.
On August 19, 2020, Netflix renewed the series for a second season.
Sometime after the series order announcement, it was confirmed that Alba Baptista, Toya Turner, Tristan Ulloa, Thekla Reuten, Kristina Tonteri-Young, Lorena Andrea, and Emilio Sakraya would star in the series.
On April 1, 2019, it was announced that Sylvia De Fanti had joined the cast as a series regular.
On October 18, 2021, Meena Rayann, Jack Mullarkey and Richard Clothier joined the cast as recurring roles for the second season
The series begin with the events unfolding at a church where we find the corpse of Ava Silva and a team of nuns including the last Warrior Nun – Sister Shannon. Sister Shannon soon dies from wounds she received in a recent battle against armed mercenaries. When the armed mercenaries find them at the church, the nuns race to extract the holy object from Sister Shannon and hide it in Ava’s corpse. Ava is soon resurrected and finds she is able to walk and is not a tetraplegic anymore. With her newfound abilities to walk and run, she explores the city. She later jumps into a pool and is saved by JC from drowning. JC introduces Ava to his friends – who are squatting at a mansion. When she goes to a party with the group, she sees a red, cloudy mist entity that no one else can see. Meanwhile, at the Church Father Vincent and the nuns find Ava’s body (and the holy object) missing. Father Vincent searches for her at her orphanage and tries to track her down. Later, a Tarask from hell enters the church to find the holy object has been extracted from the body of Sister Shannon.
Adriel’s touch reveals to Ava, who sees herself in Areala’s place, that Adriel was not an angel but a demon who stole the halo and then placed it in Areala to befuddle pursuit by the tarasks. Ava draws on the power of the halo to knock Adriel back and then Beatrice’s explosives blow open the vault. Duretti, after being elected Pope, is confronted by Mother Superion, and turns out to have been worried only about the Order affecting his own reputation. Michael, desirous of ending his pain, enters the portal, which is briefly powered by Adriel and Ava’s conflict, but Dr. Salvius is unable to follow him. When Adriel pursues the sisters as they flee, Vincent confronts him and reveals himself to be a servant of Adriel who killed Shannon and arranged the season’s events to free Adriel and prepare a machine (presumably the portal) for him, but reminds him that he can’t hold the halo himself. The episode and season close with Mary being swarmed by civilians possessed by wraith demons summoned by Adriel.