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Winx Club
GenreFantasy adventure, magical girl[1]
Created byIginio Straffi
Written byIginio Straffi
Directed byIginio Straffi
Voices of
  • Angelo Poggi
  • Giovanni Cera
  • Michele Bettali
  • Stefano Carrara
  • Fabrizio Castania
  • Maurizio D'Aniello
Country of originItaly
Original language(s)Italian
No. of seasons8
No. of episodes182 (list of episodes)
Running time24 minutes
DistributorRainbow S.p.A.
Original networkRai 2, Rai Gulp
Picture format480i: SDTV (season 1–4)
1080i: HDTV (seasons 5–7)
576i: SDTV (sometimes used in season 4)
Audio formatStereo (seasons 1–4)
Dolby Surround 5.1 (seasons 5–7)
Original release28 January 2003 (2003-01-28) – Present (Present)
Related shows
External links
Production website

Winx Club is an Italian animated television series created, directed and produced by Iginio Straffi[2] and his company Rainbow S.p.A. in co-production with Rai Fiction.[3][4]

It aired on Rai 2 in Italy from January 28, 2003, while for the sixth season was moved to Rai Gulp on July 31, 2014. The series is one of the first Italian cartoons to be sold in the United States (preceded by series such as La Linea).[3][5] The series was first licensed and dubbed into English by 4Kids Entertainment and aired on the Fox Broadcasting Company's Saturday morning programming block, 4Kids TV (formerly FoxBox), beginning on June 19, 2003. Reruns of the series aired on Cartoon Network in 2005[6] and on The CW's CW4kids block in 2009. RAI also created an English dub for the first four seasons, recorded by Cinelume in Montreal.

After 4Kids' license for the series was relinquished, Nickelodeon acquired the rights and produced a new English dub. Their dub began with four-one hour specials summarizing Seasons 1 and Season 2; and redubbing Seasons 3 and 4. Season 5 and Season 6 were co-produced in English with the network. Season 7 aired on Nickelodeon UK and Ireland from July 4, 2015 and on Nick Jr. in the U.S from January 10, 2016, with a new dub by DuArt Film and Video.

The series is broadcast in over 150 countries worldwide[2][7] and is Straffi's most successful creation.[2] Its continuing popularity spawned a franchise, which also consists of three theatrically-released films, four TV movies, two spin-off series, a comic book serial, lines of fashion dolls and clothing,[8] books,[9] multiple platform video games[10] and other merchandise.[11]


Season 1[edit]

Bloom, a red-haired, 16-year-old girl from Earth, discovers she has magical abilities when she saves Stella, a 17-year-old fairy princess from Solaria. Stella persuades Bloom to enroll in Alfea, a school for fairies in the Magical Dimension. There, she meets roommate Flora and apartment mates Tecna and Musa; together they form the "Winx Club". They encounter and befriend the boys from the Red Fountain school of Specialists, named: Sky, Brandon, Timmy and Riven. They also encounter enemies, mainly the Trix, a trio made up of witches Icy, Darcy, and Stormy. Together, the Winx go through many adventures and discover many secrets about Bloom's childhood past and obscure origins, while fighting their enemies and studying at Alfea College for Fairies as freshmen students.

Season 2[edit]

The Trix are back and have allied with Darkar, an ancient creature of evil who wants to rule the Universe. Together with their new member, Aisha (also known as Layla in some dubs) and their new friends, the Pixies, the Winx will have to fight this new threat. They also meet Helia who, at first, is not a Specialist but becomes a Specialist and the love interest of Flora. Their power in Season 2 is "Charmix".[jargon]

Season 3[edit]

The Winx have to face a new enemy, Valtor (renamed Baltor in the 4kids dub version), whom the Trix released from his seventeen-year long prison and who took part in the destruction of Domino (Sparx) and shares a dark past with Bloom and her birth parents. Aisha meets a wizard, Nabu, with whom she falls in love. In Season 3 the Winx receive a new power, Enchantix.[jargon] Vicissitudes of Season 3 are followed by those of the first movie, The Secret of the Lost Kingdom.

Season 4[edit]

Taking place after the events of the first movie, the Winx face a new threat: the four Wizards of the Black Circle, who caused all magic to disappear from Earth. The Winx go to Earth to save Roxy, the last fairy from Earth, fight the Wizards and restore its magic by freeing the Earth fairies from the Wizards. They get a new power called Believix. They then get powers called the Gifts of Destiny. The Gifts of Destiny include Sophix, Lovix and the Black Gift. The Black Gift can give life to a person who is not living. Vicissitudes of Season 4 are followed by those of the second movie, Magical Adventure.

Season 5[edit]

Taking place the events of the second movie, the Winx battle Aisha's evil cousin Tritannus, who, allied with the Trix, seeks to take over the Magic Dimension. To defeat them, the Winx must prove their self-confidence, empathy and courage and achieve the power of Sirenix. They will also earn the two new transformations: Harmonix and Sirenix. The Winx bond with Selkies from the seas of the Magic Dimension, Aisha meets Roy, a specialist towards whom she is attracted while Bloom will have to save her sister Daphne from Tritannus. Vicissitudes of Season 5 are followed by those of the third movie, The Mystery of the Abyss.

Season 6[edit]

The Trix take over Cloud Tower and ally with a young witch named Selina, who owns the Legendarium, a magical book which can make the legends become reality and was once a childhood best friend of Bloom's. However, the Winx lost all their powers except Bloom. They will have to obtain two new transformations known as Bloomix and Mythix. During their quest to seal the Legendarium, the Winx will discover that they face the Trix and Acheron, an exceptionally powerful, evil sorcerer imprisoned in the Legendarium- which he himself had created- and who is master, mentor and advisor to Selina.

Season 7[edit]

The Winx discover the Fairy Animals, magical creatures with special talents necessary to balance the Magical Universe. The Winx find out that they are under threat from the new villains, the evil shape-shifter Kalshara and her brother Brafilius. The Trix, the third villains, unexpectedly appear. To save the Fairy Animals, the Winx will have to travel through time, gain new transformations known as Butterflix and Tynix and bond with Fairy Animals.

Season 8[edit]

The first few episodes premiered at a conference in Italy on February 2019.


Voice Cast[edit]


The original Italian version covers all seven seasons.

Main characters
Recurring characters
  • Alessandro Quarta – Sky
  • Massimiliano Alto – Brandon
  • Roberto Certoma – Mike
  • Corrado Conforti – Timmy
  • Stefano Crescentini – Avalon
  • Barbara De Bortoli – Vanessa
  • Sasha De Toni – Nabu
  • Tatiana Dessi – Icy
  • Federica De Bortoli – Darcy
  • Valeria Vidali – Stormy

Cinelume / RAI English[edit]

RAI created an English dub for the first four seasons recording by Cinelume in Montreal.

Main characters
Recurring characters


4Kids produced an English dub which aired on Fox network under its programming block FoxBox and later 4Kids TV. The dub covers the first three seasons. A list of voice actors was presented in the closing credits under Lead Voices with no references to their specific roles. 4Kids, as well as "Winx Club" Konami Season 1 video game, features the same voice actors:

Lead Voices cast in season 1
Lead Voices added in Season 2 and Season 3
Other notable voices


Nickelodeon's voice cast covered seasons 3–6. Nick produced several television specials to summarise Seasons 1 and Season 2.[38] The voice actors are not listed in the closing credits for Seasons 3 and Season 4. They are listed under "Featuring the Voices of" starting in season 5 and detailed with roles starting with season 6.[39]

Main characters
Recurring characters

DuArt Film and Video[edit]

Season 7 lists only the main Winx Club girls as well as seven supporting characters and their voice actors credited under Main Voices:[53]

Main characters
Supporting characters


Winx Club premiered on the Italian channel Rai 2 on 28 January 2004. In the United States, it was licensed and dubbed into English by 4Kids Entertainment and was broadcast on Fox's programming block, FoxBox, later 4Kids TV, beginning on June 19, 2004, with a preview episode airing on May 22, 2004. The series was also syndicated to Cartoon Network in 2005 on their afternoon block Miguzi and eventually started premiering new episodes the following year. Fox would continue its initial run on 4Kids TV for the first three seasons, ending airing of reruns in 2008.[54] On July 18, 2009, the CW aired the 4Kids dubbed episodes of Winx Club on their programming block The CW4Kids. Meanwhile, an English dub produced by Cinelume in association with Rai 2, was broadcast in Singapore and was featured as an alternate English language track on several European DVD releases.

On 2 September 2010, Nickelodeon announced through a press release that they would be co-producing Seasons 5 and Season 6 of the series.[55] With a new English dub, Nick premiered the series with four one-hour specials summarising Seasons 1 and Season 2. The first special aired on June 27, 2011; the second special, "Revenge of the Trix," aired on August 2, 2011; the third special, "The Battle for Magix," aired on September 18, 2011; the fourth special, "The Shadow Phoenix," aired on October 16, 2011. Nickelodeon broadcast the third season under the subtitle Enchantix from November 14, 2011 to December 26, 2011. The fourth season, subtitled The Power of Believix, aired from May 6, 2012 to July 29, 2012.

For Season 5 and Season 6, that are subtitled Beyond Believix and Bloomix respectively, Nickelodeon was listed as a co-producer with some of the episodes premiering ahead of the Italian broadcast. During the initial run of Bloomix, the series was moved from Rai 2 to Rai Gulp in 2014, starting with the fifteenth episode of Bloomix. The English dub later moved to Nick Jr., starting with the ninth episode of Bloomix.

Season 7 was broadcast on Rai Gulp in 2015. Its English dub was produced by DuArt Film and Video; it first aired on Nickelodeon in the UK from 4 July 2015 and also aired on Nick Jr. in the U.S from January 10, 2016. In 2016, during a Winx Club reunion event, Straffi revealed that a fourth film would be produced in 2017 and confirmed that an eighth season was being written while World of Winx was being produced with Netflix.[56] From October 9, 2017 to March 2, 2018, U.S. program block KidsClick aired the Cinelume-produced English dub.



The Secret of the Lost Kingdom[edit]

On October 8, 2006, Rainbow S.p.A. announced on their official website that a "Winx Club" film was being produced.[57] The film, titled Winx Club: The Secret of the Lost Kingdom (Italian: "Winx Club – Il segreto del regno perduto"), was released theatrically in Italy on November 30, 2007. An English dub of the film was released on November 20, 2008 in Singapore. The film was re-dubbed in English and released in the United States as a TV movie on Nickelodeon on March 11, 2012. This version featured the cast from the Nickelodeon dub of the television series.

Bloom continues to search her birth parents along with her friends. She discovers more about her planet and has to fight Mandragora as well as the Ancestral Witches who destroyed her home. Bloom will discover who her parents are and where she came from.

Magical Adventure[edit]

On November 9, 2009, it was confirmed that there would be the second "Winx Club" film released in 2010.[58] The film, titled Winx Club 3D: Magical Adventure (Italian: "Winx Club 3D – Magica avventura") was released theatrically in Italy on October 29, 2010. The film was dubbed using the Nickelodeon voice cast and released as a special in the United States on May 20, 2013. This version was shortened from the original's 87 minute runtime to approximately 45 minutes.[59] The film was released with seven episodes from season five.

The Trix, allied with the Ancestral Witches, manage to make almost all the good/positive magic of the Universe disappear and the Winx and the Specialists go on a journey to restore it and defeat the witches. Meanwhile, Bloom learns more about her world's tragic fate that led its destruction eighteen years ago and why Sky's father King Erendor does not want him to marry her.

The Mystery of the Abyss[edit]

The third Winx Club movie was officially announced when the official Italian Winx Club website allowed the fans to vote for its title in an online poll, with the title Winx Club: The Mystery of the Abyss (Italian: "Winx Club – Il mistero degli abissi") being chosen. The film was released theatrically in Italy on September 4, 2014. An official teaser trailer was released on April 16, 2014 on the official "Winx Club" channel on YouTube.[60] A Rai English dub of the film was released exclusively on Netflix on October 10, 2014. Despite the entire fifth season being produced in Nickelodeon dub, the following movie was not.

The Trix try to activate the might of the Emperor's Throne and inadvertently free the evil nymph and Sirenix fairy, Politea. They kidnap Sky to free Tritannus from Oblivion and acquire a magical pearl from the Coral Wreath that will allow them to obtain the vast and unequaled power of the Emperor's Throne. The Winx will have to go on a Sirenix mission in the endless depths of the Infinite Ocean to stop them and save Sky.

Live Action film[edit]

It was announced on February 11, 2016 that Warner Bros. has teamed up with Rainbow S.p.A. to produce a live action movie of "Winx Club".[61]



A comedy spin-off series titled Poppixie premiered in Italy on 10 January 2011. This series is based on the pixies from the Winx Club series, and featured characters such as Lockette, Chatta and Amore, along with new characters. The characters Cara and Cherie, introduced in Poppixie, later appeared in Winx Club as replacements for Digit and Tune, respectively.

World of Winx

In September 2014, it was announced that a spin-off series titled World of Winx would be co-produced by Rainbow S.p.A. and Netflix. World of Winx is a two-season 13-episode spin-off that will be on Netflix worldwide, with the first season released in 2016 and the second season released in 2017. The girls embark on an undercover journey all around the world looking for talented kids in art, sports, music and science. These kids have their own kind of magic and the Winx Club fairies are enchanted by them though it doesn't take long before trouble sets in and a new dangerous mystery for Bloom and the others to solve.[62][63][64] The English dub is being produced by 3Beep and DuArt.[65][66][67] The first season of "World of Winx" was released on Netflix on November 4, 2016 and the second season was released on June 16, 2017[68].[69]

Winx Club - Real-Life Series (Netflix)

Netflix announced yet another collaboration with Rainbow S.p.A in March 2018: the creation of a series, in which the plot and characters are played by real actresses and actors. According to Eric Barmack, VP of International Originals of Netflix, the series will be aimed at young adults and will offer deeper plotlines, while the main plot will be the same, as of the animated Winx Club series: the fairies will learn to train their magical abilities, while living together in a magical boarding school". The series will be produced in 2019 in Italy and will be released in 2020.[70]

Home Video[edit]

List of Winx Club DVD releases
Release name No. of episodes Company Release date Notes
Vol. 1 Welcome To Magix! 5 Funimation
12 July 2005
4kids dub of season 1 episodes 1–5
Vol. 2 The Power of Dragon Fire 6 Funimation
15 November 2005
4kids dub of season 1 episodes 6–11
Vol. 3 Bloom's Secret Past 5 Funimation
17 January 2006
4kids dub of season 1 episodes 12–16
Vol. 4 Stolen Dragon Fire 5 Funimation
23 May 2006
4kids dub of season 1 episodes 17–21
Vol. 5 Battle For Alfea 5 Funimation
29 August 2006
4kids dub of season 1 episodes 22–26
Season 2, Vol. 1 Layla and the Pixies 12 Funimation
13 February 2007
4kids dub of season 2 episodes 1–12
Season 2, Vol. 2 Battle for the Codex 14 Funimation
18 September 2007
4kids dub of season 2 episodes 13–26
Season 3, Vol. 1 The Princess Ball 13 Funimation
27 January 2009
4kids dub of season 3 episodes 1–13
Season 3, Vol. 2 Fire and Flame 13 Funimation
27 February 2009; 9 years ago (2009-02-27)
FUNimation and 4Kids parted ways before this DVD was released; it would've contained the 4kids dub of season 3 episodes 14–26
The Secret of the Lost Kingdom Film + 7 Nickelodeon / Paramount
7 August 2012
Nickelodeon dub of film and season 4 episodes 1–7
Magical Adventure Film + 7 Nickelodeon / Paramount
13 August 2013
Nickelodeon dub of film and season 5 episodes 1–7
The Original Complete Season 1 26 Cinedigm
25 March 2014
Cinelume dub of season 1 episodes 1–26
Realm of Magix: The Original Season 1, Vol. 1 13 Cinedigm
25 March 2014
Cinelume dub of season 1 episodes 1–13
Defeating The Trix: The Original Season 1, Vol. 2 13 Cinedigm
25 March 2014
Cinelume dub of season 1 episodes 14–26
The Original Complete Season 2 26 Cinedigm
11 November 2014
Cinelume dub of season 2 episodes 1–26

Video Games[edit]

Several video games based on the series have been released. The first of these was Winx Club, released in 2005 for PC, PlayStation 2 and Game Boy Advance.[73] Other video games released include Winx Club: The Quest for the Codex (2006), Winx Club: Join the Club (2007), Winx Club: Mission Enchantix (2008), Dance Dance Revolution Winx Club (2009), Winx Club: Believix in You (2010) and Winx Club: Magical Fairy Party (2012).[74]

In 2013, Tsumanga Studios released an app for iOS[75] and Android[76] titled Winx Sirenix Power. Other apps based on the series include Winx Fairy School[77] (Tsumanga Studios) and Winx Club: Rocks the World[78] (Budge Studios).

Winx Club: Saving Alfea was published by Little Orbit and released for the Nintendo 3DS platform on November 11, 2014. The game uses the Winx Club fairies as represented in the Bloomix sixth season.[79][80]


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