Fate: The Winx Saga Season 3: Is It Renewed Or Canceled?

Teenagers everywhere have been captivated by Netflix’s original drama series Fate: The Winx Saga. Teenagers have been the driving force behind the show’s massive success, enjoying the array of characters and lighthearted tone. The live-action TV show borrows some plot elements and characters from the animated series Winx Club. But Fate: The Winx Saga has established its own identity and grown to massive popularity in its own right. Everyone is eagerly awaiting the continuation of the magical adventures of the Winx Club in the new season of Fate. When will season 3 of Fate: The Winx Saga premiere, and has the show been renewed for a third season?

Fate: The Winx Saga Season 3 Renewal Status

The show was unfortunately canceled by Netflix on November 1. There will be no satisfying conclusion for the fans. New episodes were expected to air in late 2023 or early 2024. Netflix, however, has disproved our assumptions. Sorry.  The series’ cancellation after two seasons despite 49 million hours of viewing and the number one spot in 76 countries in the first two days of release is shocking. Even the showrunner, Brian Young, had some things to say about the abrupt cancellation.

Fate: The Winx Saga Season 3 Release Date

The third season of Fate: The Winx Saga has been canceled after Netflix declined to renew the show. For fantasy aficionados, this is especially disappointing given the cliffhanger ending of season 2 of Fate: The Winx Saga.

Fate: The Winx Saga Storyline

Supernatural and grimdark elements inform the plot of Fate, The Winx Saga. Bloom Peters is a fire fairy who, in order to learn to control her powers, enrolls in a magical boarding school. She will meet new people and understand more about her background as she progresses through school. Many monsters are going to try to harm the school, and she will have to fight them off.

Fate: The Winx Saga Cast and characters


  • Abigail Cowen as Bloom, a fire fairy who was raised on Earth by human parents, and who discovers that she is a fairy when her powers manifest dangerously.
  • Hannah van der Westhuysen as Stella, a fashionista light fairy and Sky’s former girlfriend, who initially dislikes Bloom.
  • Precious Mustapha as Aisha, an athletic water fairy from Andros with a practical mindset and a moral compass
  • Eliot Salt as Terra Harvey, an awkward earth fairy who is Ben’s daughter and Sam’s sister. She was raised at Alfea but has trouble connecting socially.
  • Elisha Applebaum as Musa, a mind fairy who feels other people’s emotions.
  • Danny Griffin as Sky, one of the most skilled specialists, who is Andreas of Eraklyon’s son.
  • Sadie Soverall as Beatrix, an air fairy who can manipulate electricity.
  • Freddie Thorp as Riven, a nonchalant and flirty second-year specialist and Sky’s best friend.
  • Eva Birthistle as Vanessa Peters, Mike’s wife and Bloom’s adoptive mother.
  • Robert James-Collier as Saul Silva, the fencing instructor at Alfea, and Sky’s guardian.
  • Eve Best as Farah Dowling, the headmistress of Alfea and one of the most powerful fairies of the Otherworld.
  • Miranda Richardson as Rosalind Hale, the former headmistress of Alfea who is revealed to be plotting with Queen Luna and Andreas to take over the school again
  • Theo Graham as Dane, a first-year Specialist who has a crush on Riven
  • Jacob Dudman as Sam Harvey, an earth fairy with the ability to phase through walls and objects. He is Ben’s son and Terra’s brother.
  • Ken Duken as Andreas of Eraklyon, Sky’s biological father and Beatrix’s adoptive father
  • Brandon Grace as Grey Owens, a specialist who has an immediate mutual attraction with Aisha but who is revealed to have a dark secret
  • Éanna Hardwicke as Sebastian Valtor, a former specialist, Alfea graduate and Saul’s friend, who also shares a connection to witches
  • Paulina Chávez as Flora, an optimistic earth fairy, who is Terra and Sam’s cousin, and who quickly is taken in by the Winx fairy group
  • Josh Cowdery as Mike Peters, Vanessa’s husband and Bloom’s adoptive father
  • Daniel Betts as Professor Ben Harvey, a botany teacher and greenhouse worker at Alfea, who is Terra’s and Sam’s father
  • Kate Fleetwood as Queen Luna, the authoritarian queen of Solaria and Stella’s mother
  • Leah Minto as Kat, a specialist
  • Sean Sagar as Marco, an air fairy and Alfea graduate who is now a teacher
  • Sarah Jane Seymour as Noura, a specialist at Alfea
  • Pom Boyd as Doris, the dinner lady at Alfea
  • Harry Michell as Callum Hunter, Dowling’s assistant
  • Jayden Revri as Devin, a mind fairy who is attacked by scrapers
  • JJ Battell as Luke, a specialist
  • Shameem Ahmad as Bavani Selvarajah, commander of Solaria’s royal army

Fate: The Winx Saga Season 3 Expected Plot

It’s especially unfortunate to hear about the cancellation now that we know Young had ideas and plans for a third season. Season 3 of Fate: The Winx Saga, Young hinted, would delve deeper into Bloom’s backstory and the Realm of Darkness. Bloom, who was adopted, finds out at the end of season 2 that her biological mother possessed magical abilities as well.

After she finally lost control over them, she exiled herself to the Realm of Darkness. A rift in the Realm of Darkness was left during a fight with Sebastian (Éanna Hardwicke). When Bloom goes through the vortex to seal it, she meets her biological mother for the first time. Season 3 was planned to delve more into the mysteries of the Realm of Darkness and how it relates to Bloom and her mother.

Since the Realm of Darkness wasn’t there in Winx Club, very little is understood about it in Fate: The Winx Saga. We only know that a mysterious and strong group of beings emerged from an evil parallel universe. Therefore, it appeared that the riddles surrounding the gateway will be resolved in season 3. It would have probably dealt with the growing tension between fairies and blood witches that hinted at a possible civil war. Fans, cast, and creators of Fate: The Winx Saga were all left frustrated by the show’s abrupt discontinuation after season 3.

Fate: The Winx Saga Rating

Season one of Fate: The Winx Saga premiered on Netflix on January 22, 2021. Already a rated success after only two seasons. A majority of Google users (81%), including users of the online movie database IMDb (6.9/10), enjoyed this show.

Where can I watch Fate: The Winx Saga?

Netflix is the only place to watch the show, and users may access the whole library of episodes at any time.

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