I Just Watched The Warrior Nun Netflix Series Trailer And The Girls Seem Badass So I’m Excited

warrior nun netflix trailer review
Warrior Nun (L To R) Kristina Tonteri-Young As Sister Beatrice, Tristán Ulloa As Father Vincent, Alba Baptista As Ava, Toya Turner As Shotgun Mary, Olivia Delcán As Sister Camila In Episode 9 Of Warrior Nun. Cr. Courtesy Of Netflix/Netflix © 2020

Netflix has a new series called Warrior Nun and I finally got to watch the trailer! And if we’re lucky, the show will be as badass as the girls seem to be in this trailer. I just finished watching the trailer and here’s what I thought.

Warrior Nun Netflix Series Trailer Review

Warrior Nun Netflix Series trailer review

The future is female and these females seem badass!

The girls in the trailer seem badass! So I’m hoping this is gonna be good!

However, I am a little tired of the “hell will rise, heaven will fall” storyline!

Y’all can’t think of a new plot man?

It’s 2020, and we still using the same damn plots over and over and over again? I’m sick and tired of it! I ain’t even finish watching Sabrina (and I loved the first two Seasons) but eh.

I need something new!

So we’ll see how this goes! I’m actually gonna watch episode one tomorrow so I can have my review up on July 2nd when the show releases (and the embargo lifts). So I’ll let you know if the show is actually any good.

But from what I’ve seen so far in the trailer, it seems promising. I’m just tired of the same baseline, ya know? Can I get a different tune! Damn! (Sorry – music references, in a Netflix series trailer review, oops.)

But speaking of music, the music in this trailer is LIT! I sure wish I knew what song they used so I could listen to the entire thing.

Anywho … I’m hoping this is good.

So far, nothing has really caught my attention (aside from the new Babysitters Club series that’s coming out a day after this series which I just watched a few days ago) and Outer Banks! Oh, and of course Locke and Key and The Letter For The King!

Related: Outer Banks On Netflix Had Me Worrying Like I Was These Damn Kids Mama (Season 1 Review)

So I’m hopeful, but I’m not about to get all worked up to get let down moments after.

Let’s just wait until I watch the first episode tomorrow to see! I’ll have a review of the first episode up on July 2nd, when this thang drops and a full review of Season 1 shortly after that.

But for now …

Watch the Warrior Nun Netflix trailer below

Here’s a “full” description of the new Netflix Series

Inspired by the Manga novels, Warrior Nun revolves around a 19-year-old woman who wakes up in a morgue with a new lease on life and a divine artifact embedded in her back.

She discovers she is now part of an ancient order that has been tasked with fighting demons on Earth, and powerful forces representing both heaven and hell want to control her.

Click here to watch Warrior Nun on Netflix.

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Written by Shaye Wyllie

Shaye is an Entertainment Writer from Brooklyn, NY and a big fan of anything and everything superpowers related (especially if kids/teens are involved), cooking + baking shows (like MasterChef Junior and Cupcake Wars), teen dramas, sitcoms, comedies, and legal dramas. When she's not binging the latest series on Netflix or writing, you can find her spilling her thoughts on the Brown Side of Disney Chat or creating YouTube videos with her daughter for their new family site, Popcorn and Tater Tots.



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