Warrior Nun season 3 updates: Warrior Nun ‘will return’

SAN SEBASTIAN, SPAIN - SEPTEMBER 25: Alba Baptista attends 'Patrick' premiere during 67th San Sebastian International Film Festival on September 25, 2019 in San Sebastian, Spain. (Photo by Juan Naharro Gimenez/Getty Images)
SAN SEBASTIAN, SPAIN - SEPTEMBER 25: Alba Baptista attends 'Patrick' premiere during 67th San Sebastian International Film Festival on September 25, 2019 in San Sebastian, Spain. (Photo by Juan Naharro Gimenez/Getty Images) /
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The genre-bending Warrior Nun series has gained a cult following over the years. After getting the ax late last year, the show has officially been saved!

After just two seasons, the genre-bending Warrior Nun received the cancellation treatment from Netflix last year. But that’s all in the past now, thanks to the incredible series fans who expressed their love and demand for the series to continue, and the streaming giant heard them loud and clear.

On June 28, Warrior Nun‘s showrunner Simon Barry, shared a tweet on his account about the return of the series, promising a more “EPIC” installment:

https://twitter.com/SimonDavisBarry/status/1673923368381448192?s=20

The series was critically acclaimed and a favorite amongst Netflix subscribers even gaining a cult following. The series follows Alba Baptista as Ava, an orphan, who after waking up in a morgue discovers she has been gifted the supernatural abilities of the “Halo Bearer”, and joins forces with an organization of demon slaying nuns played by Kristina Tonteri-Young, Lorena Andrea, Olivia Delcan, Toya Turner, and Mother Superion played by Sylvia De Fanti.

Full of action, suspense, and drama the show has something for everyone. The fights are well choreographed and the special effects are well executed. Based on the comic book “Warrior Nun Areala” the show took its time in season one developing its characters and world-building while season 2 delivers more action and bigger stakes.

Netflix has a bad rep for canceling fan-favorite series, but every once and a while they get it right by saving or renewing projects like the hits Manifest or Lucifer and giving fans what they want. Now, Warrior Nun is getting saved and will be getting returning — though it’s not yet been confirmed how exactly the show will return. Currently with a strong audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, the series has proven itself worthy of its following and a continuation of its story. Check out the trailers below for the previous seasons.

Warrior Nun seasons 1-2 are streaming on Netflix.

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