‘Warrior Nun’ Season 1 Coming to Netflix in July 2020

Review Ethan / 2022-10-21 00:07:43

Netflix will soon release one of the most-anticipated comic-adaptations in July 2020. Here’s what we know about season one of Warrior Nun including its July 2nd release, who’s involved and what we can expect.

Netflix has a long history of comic-book adaptations. Some of the most popular shows on Netflix have been based in this genre. They include The Umbrella Academy and multiple Marvel Defender series. There is also the Millarworld universe. Movies like Polar and The Last Days of American Crime are examples of this.

The series is inspired by the 1994 comic series Warrior Nun Areala. Netflix announced the series for the first time in September 2018.

Here’s what you can expect from season one, according to the Netflix synopsis:

“After waking up in a morgue, an orphaned teen discovers she now possesses superpowers as the chosen Halo-Bearer for a secret sect of demon-hunting nuns.”

Now let’s take a look at what else we know:

Netflix will soon have Warrior Nun Season 1.

Emre Kaya's update to the Netflix page and subsequent Netflix page updates have confirmed that Warrior Nun season 1 will be available on Netflix worldwide in July 2020.

The ten episodes are available on Netflix starting July 2, 2020.

It’s worth noting Netflix is releasing on a Thursday which is traditionally the day Netflix puts up some of its more experimental sci-fi titles.

warrior nun page netflix

Release date for Warrior Nun


Here’s the episode names for each of the 10 episodes. As you’ll notice, all our specific bible verse references.

  • Terri Hughes Burton wrote 2 Corinthians 10.4
  • Ecclesiasticus 26.11 by David Hayter
  • Ephesians 4:12-24, written by Sheila Wilson and Suzanne Keilly
  • Ephesians 6-11:11 by Amy Berg
  • Amy Berg wrote Isaiah 30.20-21
  • Matthew 7:13 written by Matt Bosack
  • Proverbs 14:1 written by David Hayter & Matt Bosack
  • Terri Hughes Burton wrote Proverbs 31.25
  • Simon Barry wrote Psalms 46,5.
  • Simon Barry directed Revelations 2:10.

Netflix unveiled the trailer shortly after the reveal of the series' release date:


Who’s involved with Warrior Nun on Netflix?

Simon Barry is the host of this series. Simon Barry, a Canadian producer and screenwriter has produced a variety of shows that were aired primarily on Syfy. He’s known most for Ghost Wars, Van Helsing and Continuum as well as Creeped Out (the kids series that recently got its second season added to Netflix).

David Hayter is a member of the Warrior Nun writing team. He is best known for his work in the X-Men universe and Watchmen, but he has also appeared in roles such as King Shark and Metal Gear Solid. In September 2018, he announced his participation.

Most notably, Game of Thrones's company is involved heavily in the project.

Let’s now look at the cast. As you can imagine from the synopsis, it’s a female-heavy cast and by the looks of it, they’ve chosen perfectly. Deadline announced the majority of cast members before filming began.

Here’s a look at some of the major actresses and actors enlisted to play various roles in the series (and where you’ve seen them before):

  • Toya Turner plays Shotgun Mary in The Incredibles 2
  • Alba Baptista, Ava (known as Patrick).
  • Thekla Reuten and Jillian Salvius, (beknowned for In Bruges).
  • Sylvia De Fanti, Mother Superion (known to Incantesimo 9)
  • May Simón Lifschitz as Chanel (known for Christian IV)

cast grid for warrior nuns season 1 netflix

You can find a full IMDb cast list here and it’s well worth checking over.

Warrior Nun was filmed in which location?

Multiple sources claim that the series was filmed mostly in Spain. Those locations reportedly included Ronda, Antequera, Malaga, and Sevilla.

As confirmed by Simon Barry, the showrunner for Warrior Nun, filming began in March 2019, and was completed in July 2019.


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