Warrior Nun Season 2 is formally within the works at Netflix, permitting Ava and the remainder of the Order of the Cruciform Sword to hold on of their increasingly-murky warfare in opposition to demonkind and different deceitful celestials.
Netflix took a extra private method to its renewal announcement for Warrior Nun by posting a COVID-era-indicative video convention carried out by showrunner Simon Barry and solid members Alba Baptista, Toya Turner, Lorena Andrea, Kristina Tonteri-Younger and Olivia Delcan. Whereas seemingly held beneath the pretense of reflecting on completely satisfied recollections of the present’s spring 2019 shoot, Barry is proven dropping the renewal information to the bunch in a cheeky, trolling trend.
The sophomore season renewal arrives after Warrior Nun premiered its 10-episode inaugural body on Netflix this previous July 2. The collection facilities on the ordeal of a 19-year-old paraplegic girl named Ava (Baptista), whose want for loss of life’s liberation from the confines of her physique yields the twisted flip of waking up in a morgue, rendered fully cell by an angelic artifact of a halo. She is thusly tasked to struggle for secret group the Order of the Cruciform Sword (OCS), since her profitable becoming a member of with mentioned artifact signifies she’s been chosen because the Warrior Nun, a dispatcher of demons within the identify of the divine. Nevertheless, as Ava adjusts to her new existence, joined by fellow members of the OCS, it begins to develop into clear that highly effective forces from Hell and Heaven are manipulating her newfound function.
The collection, an adaptation of the manga-styled Canadian comedian ebook title, Warrior Nun Areala, created by Ben Dunn, was tailored for tv by showrunner and credited creator Barry, who additionally served as author and directed two episodes in Season 1. Very like its comedian ebook supply materials, Warrior Nun showcases a subversive, modern-parlance-pushing motion story steeped—some would possibly say sacrilegiously—in Judeo-Christian iconography. The collection additionally mixes genre-conventional chosen-one-type tropes with a serious-but-sardonic sensibility that invitations Buffy the Vampire Slayer comparisons. Nevertheless, it appears to have uniquely carved out its personal fandom.