Fate: The Winx Saga is one of Netflix’s most popular series as of late. Contrary to what it might seem, Fate is not based on a book series. It’s based on Winx Club, a Nickelodeon cartoon, but don’t let that stray you away from Fate. It definitely isn’t a TV show meant for little kids. It carries a TV-MA rating. There are open 6 episodes, so it can easily be binged in one or two days.
*Warning* Spoilers ahead! Proceed with caution.
Some people have compared Fate: The Winx Saga to Riverdale and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. I got a little bit of Shadowhunters vibes. The main character, Bloom, is a girl that goes against the rules with a fiery mane. Bloom also has some parental identity issues. She definitely isn’t Clary Fray but there is a little resemblance.
Bookworms might get a little annoyed by the word fairy in Fate because in many book series fairies, fae, etc. are a bit different in terms, though the words can be used interchangeably. It isn’t until the end of the season that you get to see fairy wings.
There isn’t a romantic relationship between Bloom and Sky but there is some foreshadowing. There was probably a lot of confetti from fans after finding out Stella and Sky didn’t form a permanent romantic connection. Stella clung onto Sky out of fear and need. She isn’t my favorite character in the series but she is my favorite character development. Musa is my favorite character in the show. Empaths might find Musa relatable. There are plenty of characters to check out in this show, both main and side.
Will there be a second season? That is a question that many people have been asking. Unfortunately, there hasn’t been any form of a confirmation as of yet. Due to how popular the show has been it could happen, so don’t lost hope just yet.