Warrior Nun Review 2020 Tv Show Series Season Cast Crew Online
Creator: Simon Barry
Stars: Toya Turner, Alba Baptista, Lorena Andrea
Things are really heating up at Netflix with the impending debut of Warrior Nun. Not only is the series going to be your new summer binge, but it just might fill the Buffy-shaped hole in your streaming schedule. Teens against the apocalypse? Yes, please!
But what is Warrior Nun about? Who’s in the cast and where was the show filmed? Most importantly, when will you get to stream this action-packed sci-fi series? Here’s everything you need to know about Netflix’s Warrior Nun.
What is Warrior Nun on Netflix about?
19-year-old Ava wakes up in a morgue, very much alive with a divine artifact lodged in her back and also very much drafted into an ancient order of demon-fighting nuns. Now she is stands between the forces of Heaven and Hell and the ruination of Earth.
The series also stars Tristán Ulloa (Netflix’s Cocaine Coast) as Father Vincent, Kristina Tonteri-Young as Sister Beatrice, Lorena Andrea as Sister Lilith, Toya Turner (Chicago Med) as Shotgun Mary, Olivia Delcan (Netflix’s Drug Squad: Costa del Sol) as Sister Camila, and Thekla Reuten (Red Sparrow) as Jillian Salvius.
The Netflix series comes from showrunner Simon Berry, who previously created Syfy’s Continuum and produced Syfy’s Van Helsing.
Where was Warrior Nun filmed?
Warrior Nun was filmed in the spring and summer of 2019 all around the south of Spain, including Malaga, Seville, Almodovar del Rio, and Antequera.
Is there a trailer for Warrior Nun on Netflix?
You bet there is.
Netflix released the Warrior Nun TV show trailer, based on a popular comic book series. The story will revolve around a 19-year-old woman, played by Alba Baptista, who wakes up in a morgue with new powers and a divine artifact embedded in her back. She soon discovers that she is now part of an ancient order that has been tasked with fighting demons, with the forces of heaven and hell trying to pull her in different directions. The show was created by Simon Barry, who is best known for his work on the time-travel show Continuum.
The original independent comic book series, Warrior Nun Areala, was first released in 1994. Created by Ben Dunn, the manga-style American series follows Sister Shannon Masters, a Warrior Nun from a fictional branch of the Catholic Church. There have been attempts to create an anime series that never launched. The story was also in the process of being adapted into a feature film, but there have not been any further developments since 2015. It was finally announced in 2018 that Netflix would move forward with a TV series adaptation.