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Warrior Nun Season 2: Netflix Confirms This Season 2 and What We Know So Far!

Warrior Nun season 2 will be available on Netflix worldwide this winter, according to Netflix’s Geeked Week. Here’s an updated guide to everything you need to know about Warrior Nun season 2, including who will star, where the show is currently in production, what to expect, and more!

Warrior Nun is a Netflix Original fantasy drama series based on Ben Dunn’s comic book series of the same name. Warrior Nun is directed by Simon Barry and produced by the same team that worked on Game of Thrones.

Warrior Nun will appear on Netflix’s Geeked Week

First and foremost, let’s begin our big preview with some Geeked Week news from Netflix. Warrior Nun debuted on Netflix’s Geeked Week on June 6th, alongside Manifest, Locke and Key, and Shadow and Bone.

We got two major pieces of information: our first look at the new season and the release date for “This Winter.”

The new teaser trailer includes a recap of season 1 as well as some new clips from the upcoming second season, with Adriel serving as the new season’s villain.

Warrior Nun Season 2 Renewal Status

The writers also hinted that they are already planning, and the show performed well by most metrics. We learned quickly after the series premiere that Warrior Nun had already been renewed for a second season.

Simon Barry, the showrunner for Warrior Nun, stated in an interview about the show’s future (before it was officially renewed):

“When we were finishing Season 1, we had a lot more story options.” So we made a folder, thinking, hey, if we get Season 2, here are some things we could draw from. We regrouped after the show was finished just to talk about ideas.”

“When we were finishing Season 1, we had a lot more story options.” So we made a folder, thinking, hey, if we get Season 2, here are some things we could draw from. We regrouped after the show was finished just to talk about ideas.”

The show was officially renewed on August 19th, 2020, with a group of the cast and crew convening via a virtual call to confirm that season 2 will take place.

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How popular is this series on Netflix

The series was the third most popular TV show on Netflix in the world for the first 30 days (July 6th to August 6th, 2020). Cursed and Dark Desire finished first and second, respectively.

The series also topped the global charts in July 2020, becoming the most popular TV show on the planet.

In the United States, the series was ranked sixth, and in the United Kingdom, it was ranked fourth. In the United States, the series peaked at number two for the first weekend it was available, trailing only Unsolved Mysteries.

Warrior Nun did reach the top of the charts in Brazil, the Netherlands, and New Zealand.

Warrior Nun Season 2 Expectation

The climactic conclusion to Warrior Nun’s first season left fans salivating for more badass action.

The true purpose of the Order of the Cruciform Sword was revealed to be nothing more than puppets for Adriel against the forces of Heaven. Ava discovers his true identity after he touches her. After successfully killing a Tarask monster that followed him out of a demonic portal, the original knights of the order mistook him for an angel.

Warrior Nun Season 2 Confirmed by Netflix | Den of Geek

Adriel had hidden the halo inside the original Warrior Nun in the Vatican tombs, and by creating the Order, he had gained protection from Heaven.

After escaping his tomb, Adrial seeks to reclaim the Order’s halo and carry out his nefarious plans.

Despite her efforts, Shotgun Mary was defeated by Adrial’s possessed forces, leaving Ava and the other sisters to face Adrial and his small army of Wraith Demons.

Ava and the Order will confront Adriel in the coming season. With the devil now revealing himself to the world, the forces of heaven may descend upon the Vatican and aid the Order rather than standing alone.

While she is outmatched in power, Ava’s skill as the Warrior Nun is growing for the time being. Ava is likely to be more than a match for Adriel and his demonic powers if given enough time.

One thing is certain: The Order of the Cruciform Sword was founded on a lie. So it’s up to Ava and the other sisters to give it new meaning.

There’s also the matter of Father Vincent’s betrayal, which resulted in Sister Shannon’s death. Suffice it to say, the girls may be committing a cardinal sin if they seek vengeance on their former mentor.

In an interview with Looper, Simon Barry teased some other things we can expect from season 2 by saying:

Well, I guess we were keeping a lot of secrets in season one. In terms of the show’s mythology, the fact that we now have the cat out of the bag is significant. I think it will be a lot of fun to go on that journey and unpack what we’ve revealed.

Adriel’s appearance, the relationship with Father Vincent, and the fact that the stakes have shifted for Ava and the other sister warriors. For me, it’s all about building on what we did well in season one and, hopefully, doing even better in season two if we get it.

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