Last Updated on September 28, 2022 by OtakuKart Staff
Fate The Winx Saga is a live-action adaptation of the famous Nickelodeon show Winx Club Iginio Straffi created. Fate The Winx Saga is produced under the house of Archery Pictures and Rainbox. Rainbox is the studio by Iginio Straffi and Paramount Global. Fate The Winx Saga is introduced under supernatural, teen drama, and dark fantasy genres of television series.
Because the story is based on fairies and other unnatural things, fans of the series are very excited to know the different locations where these series are filmed. So, please put on your seat belts because we will explore different locations around the globe where Fate The Winx Saga is filmed. But before this, let’s first know more about this series.
When Viacom, the owner of Nickelodeon, and Iginio Straffi started their studio together, they made a live-action on this series Winx Club in 2011. The production of this live-action was made possible because of the financial support of Viacom to Iginio Straffi’s studio. Before starting the production of the Winc Club, Iginio Straffi gained experience in live-action film production by producing Club 57 from Nickelodeon.
To make the live-action more original, the series’ production gathered the original American cast of the Nickelodeon cartoon Winx Club. Like the original voice actress of the character Bloom, Molly Quinn was added to the team, and then she reviewed the series’ script. But excluding Molly Quinn and a few other members, all the crew of Fate The Winx Saga is new to the franchise.
About Fate The Winx Saga
As usual, we start with our main character, Bloom, portrayed by Abigail Cowen. A redhead named Bloom is your average, relatable, shy, misunderstood, and an attractive teenage girl with mismatched hair and eyebrows. Who wears leather jackets and combat boots. Today is Bloom’s first day at her new school Alfea. You might be surprised to hear this, but Alfea is not a normal school. This is the school for kids who can use magic. After an incident with a guy, Bloom talks to the school’s headmistress, Alfea, because she is a regular girl from California and not from any magical realm like everyone else.
It’s pretty easy in this school to tell who can do the magic in school because if you got fire fisheries who have red hairs and then you got water fairies who have blue hairs, and then you got snot fairies with green hairs. And the other thing about Bloom that makes her so unique and special is that her parents are normal humans, and so was she until she discovered her special powers one day when all the different annoying songs in the world couldn’t contain her angst anymore. But then Bloom got so upset that she set her whole house on fire with her magical powers, and now she is at the school.
Fate The Winx Saga Filming Locations
Fate, The Winx Saga, is majorly filmed in Ireland. On September 2019, the filming of the Fate The Winx Saga started in County Wicklow, Ireland.
It took around three months for the completion of filming in Ireland. In addition, Fate is also filmed in Ardmore Studios in Bray and Killruddery House.
Ireland’s large and beautiful mansion acted as a Magical School in the Fate The Winx Saga series. The classic look of the mansions helps to demonstrate the story in the 17th century.
Ashford Studio is one of the most used locations for indoor scenes for the Fate The Winx series. The famous drama series Vikings were also filmed under the roof of Ashford Studio. The stunning scenery in the series made many fans of Fate The Wing Saga worldwide.