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As the Blood Witches enact their plans, it's up to the students of Alfea to protect their school and their friends. Bloom must make a painful choice.
The episode was rated 8.04 from 95 votes.
As the Alfeans fight for survival, the truth about Bloom’s destiny is revealed. Can she help defeat the Burned Ones — or will evil outperform magic?
The episode was rated 7.94 from 560 votes.
Terra shares an update with the group, while Musa keeps a secret. Bloom strikes a risky bargain with Sebastian in exchange for startling information.
The episode was rated 7.94 from 100 votes.
Bloom faces serious consequences after losing control. As conflict looms over all of Solaria, a familiar face returns to Alfea one last time.
The episode was rated 7.86 from 95 votes.
A pub night in town is interrupted by alarming news about Beatrix, sending the students into a dangerous confrontation with a mysterious Blood Witch.
The episode was rated 7.78 from 103 votes.
The school prepares for the alumni banquet, where Stella is determined to expose Rosalind's true nature. Sam struggles to cope, and Aisha takes a risk.
The episode was rated 7.76 from 117 votes.
In order to reconnect with Beatrix, Bloom seeks the help of a fellow student. Sky opens up about his past. Ms. Dowling shares more of her story.
The episode was rated 7.72 from 514 votes.
Bloom continues her search for answers with Sky. Beatrix works to conceal her crime. A special guest visits Alfea — and leaves Stella feeling conflicted.
The episode was rated 7.63 from 539 votes.
A new student's arrival surprises Terra, who's investigating what happened to Devin. Bloom learns more about Sky's childhood when they leave campus.
The episode was rated 7.58 from 145 votes.
Past meets present as Bloom explores a pivotal memory. Meanwhile, Aisha struggles with her studies, Silva shares a secret and a school party takes shape.
The episode was rated 7.55 from 554 votes.
A new day dawns as the students explore their powers… and feelings. Bloom and Stella team up for a mission. The Burned One’s reign of terror evolves.The episode was rated from 581 votes.
In hopes of mastering her magic, Bloom begins her studies at Alfea — and crosses paths with her curious classmates. Meanwhile, a secret comes to light.The episode was rated from 686 votes.
Bloom and her friends, chafing under Rosalind's new regime at Alfea, make a risky plan to free Silva. Aisha meets someone. Sky is still processing.The episode was rated from 178 votes.
Last updated: oct 06, 2022
This feels like a CW show. Premise seems interesting, acting feels fine, choreography is horrible. Probably targeted towards the people who grew up with the Winx Club. Let's see if this gets renewed.
Okey, i'm gonna be honest and say that I really didn't have like a lot of expectation with this because when I saw the trailer I just tougth that it's just a TV show of a bunch of depressing teenagers with first world problems (like mostly of the shows that Netflix loves to create)... and, I mean, there is no a biiiiiiiiig difference beetwen that and the whole situation of the serie, but now that I watched it all I have some things to say. Please take a sit. 1. I have to let it clear that this is an ADAPTATION, and the funny thing of everything is that the creators can actually take all the bases, all the main trama, a lot of the original characters and create something new to the grown children that saw the animated show. I think that i'm actually satisfaed with it... I could enjoy all the main story with Bloom, her past,the discoverment of her powers, etc... when I was a little girl and now being a young adult. 2. NOT AND INFANTILE SHOW. Don't let kids watch it with you, please conserve the innocence of Alfea with them. 3. Maybe it's too "mainstream" or "millennial" for some people a lot of thing that were on the show (like the existence of Instagram or smartphones and texting messages in case of danger, in every single person in the fairy magic world... even teachers) but I think that this just make that the story would be light, funny and accurate to our times. I feel it REAL. 4. Story is DEEP. And that's why I feel it real! 'Cause we all know the main characters of the original version, yes, but not in the sense of talking and treating a LOT of topics that put this show in a range of +16 public (violence, revenge, ~~sex, alcohol and drugs~~, etc, etc). All the whole situation of Bloom and her powers and family... it was deep sis... 5. FINAL CHAPTER GOT ME SHOCK, no more comments. 6. I think the show deserves a chance, just like Shadowhunters did (wich actually I find both REALLY similar... weird), it's just the first season and I think that it was a very well-doing beginning, I honestly want to see more...
"Harry Potter" + "Vampire Diaries", and practically nothing from the original "Winx Club"
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