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Check out the new Warrior Nun Season 1 Trailer starring Alba Baptista!
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US Air Date: July 2, 2020
Starring: Alba Baptista, Toya Turner, Lorena Andrea
Synopsis: Caught in the middle of an ancient war between good and evil, a young girl wakes up in a morgue with inexplicable powers.
Her search for answers brings her to The Order of the Cruciform Sword, a secret society of warrior nuns sworn to protect the world from evil.
While juggling her responsibilities as the chosen one with the normal obstacles of a teenage girl, this mysterious fantasy drama is full of mystery, action, adventure, and teenage romance, proving our main character might fight in the name of good, but she’s no angel.
After seeing this trailer I thought that this TV show, Warrior Nun (Season 1) had an interesting premise, and I predict that it will be better than Motherland:Fort Salem.
My brother GC and I have seen the first two episodes so far.
- John Jr
saw the trailer on Netflix I’m going to check it out.
But it’s ironic that most of these hero action series are now women. I bet that lesbian and transgendered characters will be introduced…
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Hello True George,
I have also noticed an increase in female lead and mostly female cast shows / movies, I think that it is good to have some more diversity like that, but unfortunately too many of them are going to the extremes where they are doing the same or worse than the bad sides of male dominated shows / movies.
Into The Dark is one example where most of the men usually die whether they are good are bad, the women almost always win whether they are villains or protagonists, et cetera; and in most shows / movies male deaths are shown but female deaths are usually not shown or not shown as graphically.
I have also noticed the increase in often out-of-place forced / token / awkward / et cetera homosexual / bisexual / transgender et cetera relationships / characters et cetera, it is the way that they often go about it that is a problem to me and not that they are there, some even seem offensive in how they go about it like the worst episode of Into The Dark (Season 2) so far.
Thank you for commenting,