A few days ago, the premiere second season of “Destiny: The Winx Saga”, the adaptation of the popular animated series. That’s why he was back abigail cowen in her starring role as Bloom. However, this has not been the only participation of the actress in a Netflix series.
“winx-club” was an animated series that aired on Nickelodeon from 2004 to 2009. Due to its context, Iginio Straffi’s program design was developed based on the “y2k” elements. His aesthetic was colorful and futuristic, but above all, the characters were some of the best dressed of the moment.
Though the Netflix series takes several elements such as the theme of fairies, some figures and stories of origin, the truth is it’s very different. When the first season premiered, it was heavily criticized for not knowing how to capture the essence of the drawings and for lousy costume design.
The plot revolves around Bloom, a young woman who grew up without knowing that she was actually a fairy and that a whole parallel world existed. However, as the episodes and deliveries progress, Abigail Cowen’s character must face even more complex difficulties.
WHO DOES ABIGAIL COWEN PLAY IN “STRANGER THINGS”?
Something that perhaps went unnoticed is that the protagonist of “Destiny: The Winx Saga”, He has also been part of the cast of “Stranger Things”.
Unlike his lead role in the current Netflix series, his appearance on the show created by the Duffer brothers was fleeting.
Abigail Cowen played Vicki Carmichael in the second season of “Stranger Things”. She is friends with Tina and Carol, who were spellbound by Billy Hargrove’s characters when he arrived at Hawkings.
Although it was a small role with few lines, this would have been the breaking point for the actress to decide to follow her dreams and devote himself full time to his career in the field.
“I had a very small role with a couple of lines and I was driving, I think coming back from a test, and I remember having this overwhelming feeling, because I was living in Florida at the time. I was like, I need to do this for the rest of my life.”, he confessed during an interview with “Collider”.