History WesternAnimation / WinxClub

4th Feb '18 3:24:48 PM R.G.
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There have been two [[{{Spinoff}} spinoff]] series. ''WesternAnimation/PopPixie'', which premiered in 2010, is set in an AlternateUniverse with the Pixies as main characters. ''WesternAnimation/WorldOfWinx'' premiered on Creator/{{Netflix}} on November 4, 2016, with two seasons being ordered. Season eight of the main series is set to air sometime after ''World of Winx'''s conclusion.

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There have been two [[{{Spinoff}} spinoff]] series. ''WesternAnimation/PopPixie'', which premiered in 2010, is set in an AlternateUniverse with the Pixies as main characters. ''WesternAnimation/WorldOfWinx'' premiered on Creator/{{Netflix}} on November 4, 2016, with two seasons being ordered. Season eight of the main series is set to air sometime after the end of ''World of Winx'''s conclusion.
second season.
4th Feb '18 2:22:18 PM MarcoPolo250
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Its treatment in English is rather confusing. [[DuelingDubs There are FOUR dubs,]] ''[[UpToEleven and none of them cover the entire series.]]'' There's one for the first four seasons produced in Canada by Cinelume in Quebec Province. This dub aired in smaller English speaking territories around the world, mostly in South-East Asia. It's best known for being an alternate language track on various foreign [=DVDs=]. English dubs of the first two movies were produced with a different cast in the US by Dubbing Brothers USA.

Meanwhile, Creator/FourKidsEntertainment edited and dubbed the first 3 seasons, which aired in more major English-speaking markets like the US, the UK, Canada, and Australia (who also aired Cinelume's version for Season 4 on Creator/CartoonNetwork 's sister channel Boomerang). After 4Kids lost the rights to the series, Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} bought the rights to the franchise, and created four one-hour TV specials that summarized Seasons 1-2, redubbed Seasons 3-4, and Seasons 5-6 are actually produced in English with their cast. They also re-dubbed the first two movies. From Season 7 onward, the show is being dubbed by [=DuArt=] Film and Video.

On US DVD, the 4Kids dub was 5/6ths released before the license expired, and these discs are now out-of-print. The Nick movies are both on DVD, each with seven episodes of Nick's dub. Cinedigm is also releasing [=DVDs=] of the series containing Cinelume's dub. SABC in SouthAfrica took 4K's dub for the first season, but switched to Cinelume's dub for rest of the series.

There have been two [[{{Spinoff}} spinoff]] series. ''WesternAnimation/PopPixie'', which premiered in 2010, is set in an AlternateUniverse with the Pixies as main characters. ''WesternAnimation/WorldOfWinx'' premiered on Creator/{{Netflix}} on November 4, 2016; Season eight of the main series is set to air after ''World of Winx'' concludes.

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Its treatment in English is rather confusing. [[DuelingDubs There are FOUR dubs,]] ''[[UpToEleven and none of them cover the entire series.]]'' There's one for the first four seasons produced in Canada by Cinelume in Quebec Province. This dub aired in smaller English speaking territories around the world, mostly in South-East Asia. It's best known for being an alternate language track on various foreign [=DVDs=]. English dubs of the first two movies were produced with a different cast in the US U.S by Dubbing Brothers USA.

Meanwhile, Creator/FourKidsEntertainment edited and dubbed the first 3 seasons, which aired in more major English-speaking markets like the US, U.S, the UK, Canada, and Australia (who also aired Cinelume's version for Season 4 on Creator/CartoonNetwork 's sister channel Boomerang). After 4Kids lost the rights their license to the series, Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} bought the U.S TV and merchandising rights to the franchise, and created four one-hour TV specials that summarized Seasons 1-2, redubbed Seasons 3-4, and co-produced Seasons 5-6 are actually produced in English with their cast. They also re-dubbed own cast, in addition to re-dubbing the first two movies. From Season 7 onward, After Nickelodeon dropped the show is series, seasons 7 and beyond are currently being dubbed by [=DuArt=] Film and Video.

On US U.S DVD, the 4Kids dub was 5/6ths released before the license expired, and these discs are now out-of-print. The Nick movies are both on DVD, each with seven episodes of Nick's dub. Cinedigm is also releasing [=DVDs=] of the series containing Cinelume's dub. SABC in SouthAfrica took 4K's dub for the first season, but switched to Cinelume's dub for rest of the series.

There have been two [[{{Spinoff}} spinoff]] series. ''WesternAnimation/PopPixie'', which premiered in 2010, is set in an AlternateUniverse with the Pixies as main characters. ''WesternAnimation/WorldOfWinx'' premiered on Creator/{{Netflix}} on November 4, 2016; 2016, with two seasons being ordered. Season eight of the main series is set to air sometime after ''World of Winx'' concludes.
Winx'''s conclusion.
23rd Jan '18 4:53:44 AM IW2MK
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** Alternatively, especially in the earlier seasons, you could put Musa as the brawn and Bloom as the beauty.
8th Jan '18 10:17:10 AM ExtremeEspeon
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* ShirtlessScene: Helia after his shower in Season 3 Episode 21, Brandon/Sky go surfing in Season 4 Episode 8, Sky/Nex go surfing in Season 7 Episode 16

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* ShirtlessScene: Sky in Season 2, Episode 10, Helia after his shower in Season 3 Episode 21, Brandon/Sky go surfing in Season 4 Episode 8, 9, Sky/Nex go surfing in Season 7 Episode 16
22nd Dec '17 10:53:02 AM TrendingToon1
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* ArcVillain: Each season has one:
** Season 1: Trix
** Season 2: Lord Darkar/The Shadow Phoenix
** Season 3: Valtor
** Season 4: Wizards of the Black Circle
** Season 5: Tritannus
** Season 6: Selena and Acheron
** Season 7: Kalshara and Brafilius


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* MidSeasonUpgrade: Every season has the Winx receiving a new fairy form halfway through.


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* OddballInTheSeries:
** Out of all the fairy forms, Charmix, Enchantix and Bloomix were the only ones that were earned individually rather than as a group.
** Season 4 is the only season that the Trix don't appear.


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* SeriesGoal: The goal for the Winx is to defeat the ArcVillain of each season. Bloom also had a major goal to herself to find her birth parents Oritel and Marion, which lasted through the first three seasons and ''SOTLK''.
11th Dec '17 4:16:42 PM Ea4g
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** Musa gets the same reaction later when first meeting Riven.

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** Musa gets the same reaction later when first meeting Riven.Riven.
* LoveConfession: Sky pulls one of these at the end of season two [[spoiler: [[IKnowYouAreinTheresomewhereFight while fighting a brainwashed Bloom]] and trying to protect the [[StoryBreakerPower Ultimate Power]]]]
10th Dec '17 12:58:16 PM Ea4g
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* LoveAtFirstSight: In the very first episode it's clear that Bloom and Sky develop feelings for each other after their first meeting.
** Musa gets the same reaction later when first meeting Riven.
24th Oct '17 10:24:55 AM Neige
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** Tecna is a princess in the comics, but her status as a princess in the show has not been confirmed one way or the other.

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** Tecna is a princess in the comics, but season 5 definitively confirms that she's not. Comic issues released post-season 5 also retcon her status as a princess in to better fit with the show has not been confirmed one way or the other.show's narrative.
18th Oct '17 9:16:12 AM Neige
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* ArtisticLicenseUniversityAdmissions: Bloom enrolls in Alfea by impersonating a princess who planned to attend but changed her mind at the last minute. The admissions process is also unrealistically simple: Griselda, the Head of Discipline asks for the students' names, then lets them in if their name is on the list, without asking for proof of identification or keeping photographic records of the students to double check. The stunt is made even more egregious by the fact that Bloom was pretending to be royalty, who are all around more recognizable and familiar to more people than commoners are.
13th Oct '17 10:40:08 AM Neige
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* BigBad: The Trix in season one, Lord Darkar in season two, Valtor in season three, the Wizards of the Dark Circle (also called Fairy Hunters) in season four, and Tritannus in season five.

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* BigBad: The Trix in season one, Lord Darkar in season two, Valtor in season three, the Wizards of the Dark Circle (also called Fairy Hunters) in season four, and Tritannus in season five. Then it's the Trix again in season 6 (with Selina as TheDragon and Acheron as the GreaterScopeVillain), then shapeshifting siblings Kalshara and Brafilius in season 7.
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