Avatar: The Last Airbender Will Be Available On Netflix
Earlier this week, Netflix regularly revealed what movies and tv shows would be on streaming next month. While the impressive list of arrivals in May includes Uncut Gems and the final season of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, one title seems to have skipped. On Thursday, one of Netflix’s several official Twitter accounts revealed a long-time friend on May 15: Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Water. Earth. Fire. Air. All three seasons of Avatar: The Last Airbender are coming to Netflix in the US on May 15th. pic.twitter.com/RCKylFYknA
— NX (@NXOnNetflix) April 23, 2020
Received Several Awards
During its three-season 61-episode run, the series received numerous awards, including a Peabody Award and Primetime Emmy. Even if a live-action film directed by M in 2010. Shyamalan night had been critically panned, and the Nickelodeon show had been analyzed far more favorably. There’s a Last Airbender comic series as well as an animated sequel show, The Legend of Korra, that ran for four seasons between 2012 and 2014 on Nickelodeon.
Only one person at a time can use all four; the Avatar is named, and when the Avatar dies, it is reincarnated into the next generation so that there is still one around who can balance the universe. The main protagonist in Avatar was Aang (Zach Tyler Eisen), who had been frozen in an ice block for 100 years after the extinction of his Airbenders in a genocidal assault.
Aang now has to work with friends like Katara (Mae Whitman) and Sokka (Jack DeSena) to end the war and restore peace. Aang finds himself in a world ravaged by war.
Avatar: The Last Airbender Live-Action
Avatar: The Last Airbender a few years after, the sequel Legend of Korra, focusing on Aang’s Avatar successor (While Avatar: The Last Airbender was streaming on Netflix, Korra never streamed anywhere, even though it was available for rent or purchase from Amazon Video).
Though Avatar: The Last Airbender has been adapted to a live-action movie. In 2010, Shyamalan Night revealed that Netflix would create a new series of live events hosted by DiMartino and Konietzko in 2018. No many changes have yet been made to this project, but Netflix users who want to catch up or refresh themselves will soon receive the animated series.