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Netflix’s New Teen Fantasy Series Fate: The Winx Saga Star Reveals Why They Were “Upset” By The Show’s Shock Finale

Netflix’s new adolescent fantasy show Fate: The Winx Saga left audiences with rather a jolt after looking to kill an important personality.

At the finale, Alfea headmistress Farah Dowling (Eve Greatest ) expires, which comes around as we learn that the source of this Burned Ones.

Talking about the sudden twist of events, Musa celebrity Elisha Applebaum has confessed that she had been as surprised as everybody else, particularly because there were “plenty of unanswered questions”.

“We’re shocked,” she advised Collider. “We’re so angry that Farah has gone and we had been asking her, by the conclusion, ‘Please tell me, if there is a season two, which you’re coming back. We can’t have you dead’

“We have still got many unanswered questions, such as why was Andreas bringing up Beatrix rather than Sky? I am still shocked.”

Meanwhile, Applebaum lately addressed the casting backlash over Musa, after enthusiasts imagining the series for whitewashing the personality.

“It is really sad to find that fans were angry with all the casting,” she informed Digital Spy along with other websites. “I was not involved from the casting but I expect that what they have seen and the way I have portrayed Musa was for their liking.

“I have just seen great reviews straight back from them so they have been open-minded from that which I have developed, so I expect it continues to be like that.”

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