Winx Club Forever
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This article is about the third season of Winx Club. You may be looking for the third season of Fate: The Winx Saga..

The third season of Winx Club premiered in Italy on Rai 2 on January 29, 2007. It aired its season finale on March 28 of the same year.


The season was dubbed initially by third-party companies, Cinélume and 4Kids, the latter airing the season from September 30, 2006 to September 22, 2007.

In 2011, the American company Viacom became a co-owner of the Rainbow studio, and Viacom's Nickelodeon began producing a Winx Club revival. Before airing the Nick-produced episodes, Nickelodeon U.S. reran the third season beginning on November 14, 2011. The third season was advertised as Winx Club: Enchantix and had all-new voices, recorded by Atlas Oceanic Sound and Picture to match the voices of the then-upcoming revival.


The Winx Club begin their third year at Alfea and learn about Valtor, the new villain for Season 3. He is an evil wizard trying to destroy the Winx and conquer Magix with the Trix's help. The Winx earn a new transformation; Enchantix. With Enchantix, water stars, and fairy dust, they are able to destroy Valtor and regain peace in the Magic Dimension.


  1. The Princess' Ball
  2. Valtor's Mark
  3. The Fairy and the Beast
  4. The Mirror of Truth
  5. Sea of Fear
  6. Layla's Choice
  7. The Company of the Light
  8. A Disloyal Adversary
  9. The Heart and the Sword
  10. Alfea under Siege
  11. A Trap for Fairies
  12. The Black Willow's Tears
  13. One Last Fluttering of Wings
  14. Fury!
  15. The Island of Dragons
  16. From the Ashes
  17. In the Snake's Lair
  18. Valtor's Box
  19. At the Last Moment
  20. The Pixies' Charge
  21. The Red Tower
  22. The Crystal Labyrinth
  23. The Wizards' Challenge
  24. Witches' Revelation
  25. Wizard's Anger
  26. A New Beginning


Theme Songs

Promotional Images


  • This is the last season to be dubbed in English by 4Kids.
  • This is the only season with three English versions: the Cinélume dub, the 4Kids dub, and the Atlas Oceanic dub.
  • This is the last season to be fully in hand-drawn animation (excluding CGI for some settings).
  • This season marks the first appearance of Anik Matern as the voice of Musa in the Cinélume dub, replacing Sarah McCullough four episodes into the season. In the 4Kids dub, Rebecca Soler replaces Dani Schaffel as the voice of Tecna.


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