After a pause of more than two years, Warrior Nun is finally back on Netflix with its second season. The fantasy television show made its premiere in July 2020 and immediately won over viewers with its captivating plot. The narrative centres on an orphan named Ava Silva (Alba Baptista), who joins a group of strong nuns who battle demons after realising she possesses supernatural abilities.
Fans of Warrior Nun season 2 are already inquiring about a potential third season, which was only released early this morning, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022. We won’t go into spoilers for the second season’s finale, but it leaves viewers wondering about everything. A major plot twist has been revealed that will drastically alter Ava’s future. Naturally, that means we must watch more episodes to find out what she will do next.
Is season 3 of Warrior Nun confirmed yet? This is what we do know:
Is there a third season of Warrior Nun?
Warrior Nun season 3 has not yet been revealed at this time. However, given that the second season just premiered today, that is not unexpected. Before making any choices about the future of the show, Netflix must assess how many people are watching the new episodes. So be sure to watch season 2 as soon as possible and recommend it to your friends if you enjoy this show and want to see it continue! The starting numbers appear to be crucial.
Creator of the show Simon Barry discussed the show’s future in an interview with Inverse from July 2020, saying: “With Warrior Nun, I would give it a window because we’re still so early in the process of developing it. Anything from five to seven seasons would be beautiful.
Without a question, the first season of Warrior Nun was well-liked, but I have to wonder whether a significant portion of that was due to the fact that it debuted during the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re crossing our fingers for strong viewing for the second season, but if not, there’s a risk Netflix will cancel it.
As soon as we learn anything about a potential third season of Warrior Nun, we’ll keep you informed.
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