Warrior Nun Season 3 Release Date, Cast, Plot, and Everything You Need to Know
Netflix has made the decision that there will not be a second season of "Warrior Nun." The choice was made it more than a month just after second season of the fictional action series debuted on Netflix on Nov 1. Simon Barry, who made the show, tweeted that the news was true.
He wrote this on Twitter: "I just found out that Netflix won't be renewing #WarriorNun. Thank you to those fans who did so much to bring attention to this show and for the love you showed me, the cast, and all production staff. It was an honour to take part in this."
The show has gotten a lot of good reviews and a large number of fans since its first episode, but that wasn't sufficient to keep things running for another season. Season 2 was only on Netflix's English-language once a week top 10 for three weeks, and it peaked at number 5.
When deciding if to keep a show going or not, Netflix looks at how much time people spend watching it and how much it costs. Warrior Nun's ratings for its second season are similar to those of other shows that Netflix had also cancelled.
In November 2022, after a break of more than two years, the second season of Warrior Nun came back to Netflix. The fantasy show first aired in July 2020, and its storyline kept people watching. The story is about an orphan decided to name Ava Silva (Alba Baptista) who finds out she has mystical abilities and joins a group of powerful nuns who fight demons.
The second season of Warrior Nun came out on November 10, 2022, and enthusiasts already were asking if there would be a third season. We won't tell you what happens at the finale of the season 2, and it makes people wonder about everything. There is a big plot twist that will change it all for Ava in the future. And that means, of course, that we need so much episodes to find out what she'll do next!
The second season of Warrior Nun came out on Netflix throughout early November 2022, and fans are now going to wait for the third season. Will there be a third season? Here's what we think about season 3, such as how the show has done thus far and what we can expect if there is a third season.
The show, which was created by Simon Barry, first aired in July 2020. After a quick renewal, it came back for a second season on November 10, 2022. Is there going to be the new season? Here's what we know currently about season 3 of Warrior Nun.
Warrior Nun Season 3 Release Date
Since the first time Warrior Nun came out of hell, it's been over two years, but most of that time was spent making up for lost time due to the pandemic. So, if the show actually gets picked up for a third season, we can likely expect in seeing new episodes around the same time, since it will take time to set the show up in a new place. If thier faith is solid enough, humans might even get a new season before the end of the year if you think it will happen.
Warrior Nun Season 3 Cast
The series is told by the Portuguese actress Alba Baptista, who is 25 years old and plays Ava Silva. Baptista started acting professionally when she was 16. She won a Best Actress Award just at Festival Ibérico de Ciné for her role in Simo Cayatte's short film Miami, for she was only 16 years old. She is well-known in her home country of Portugal, where she appears in a number of movies and three TV shows.
Warrior Nun is her first movie in English, and she was recently seen in Mrs. Harris Ends up going to Paris as a supporting character named Natsha. People who just found out about Warrior Nun may recognise her as the rumoured girlfriend of Chris Evans. This could be the reason Season 2 became so common so quickly.
We can also expect British actress Lorena Andrea to play Sister Lilith again, since she has become more important in Season 2. Show producers have hinted at the a romance between Sister Beatrice and Ava, so Kristina Tonteri-Young will probably come back as Sister Beatrice.
Toya Turner, who plays Shotgun Mary, Thekla Reuten, who plays Jillian Salvius, Tristán Ulloa, who plays Father Vincent, but also Sylvia De Fanti, who plays Mother Superior, are also likely to be back.
Warrior Nun Season 3 Trailer
The second season of Warrior Nun just came out on Nov 10, thus it will be a while before a possible third season is even made. For now, some talented and quick-working fans have made their own trailers and opinions about the upcoming season, like this one. As start to catch up on Season 2, we're sure there is going to be more amazing fan-made content inside the coming weeks.
Warrior Nun Season 3 Plot
"After waking up in a mortuary, an orphaned teen finds out she has superpowers as chosen Halo-Bearer for a hidden sect of demon-hunting nuns," says Netflix's official summary of the show. The show is based on Warrior Nun Areala, an American manga-style graphic novel character made by Ben Dunn. In Warrior Nun, Ava Silva is a tetraplegic orphan who ends up dead and then returns to life for no clear reason.
But now, not only can she walk, but she also has powers from outside of this world. Because of these powers and the reason behind them, she has to join the Command of the Cruciform Sword. This is an antiquity order of – you predicted it – warrior nuns who fight evil spirits on Earth.
Ava's new powers end up making her a target for powerful interests in Heaven, on Ground, and in Hell. She must learn to live like a warrior nun to keep her powers as well as the Order's knowledge from in the wrong hands.
Each season of Warrior Nun ends on a cliffhanger, which is a pretty cheeky thing to do, and period two is no different. We need more because of this! It turns that out Adriel's control over the earth (boo!) helped protect people to an even larger danger from his realm that is coming soon. (Whoops!)
That means war will start for everyone's new favourite Warrior Nun, that is hard because Ava has to deal with a lot of other problems in a possible third season, like what's going concerning the Halo and Lilith's sudden change. We still believe in Ava. She hasn't led us astray before, and we trust creator Simon Barry because he has a plan for five to seven seasons.
Those proposals might not have been set in stone, though. Barry didn't even know for sure when he thought season three would be back on Netflix. Netflix, however, made a different choice and cancelled the show. This means that if it does end up on another streaming service, a third season would have to think about bringing in a whole new audience.
"We did talk about [season three] inside the room where the writers work. When writers finish a season, they like to make sure they haven't written themselves into a corner. Yes, we did have an idea of what season three might be about and how it might look. But it really is up to the judges, of course. If there are a lot of them. The right choice will be made by Netflix. So, that's what we hope will happen."