Highlights

  • Netflix has renewed Avatar: The Last Airbender for two more seasons. 
  • The series’ third season will serve as its last
  • Since releasing on February 22nd, the live-action remake has raked up 41.1M views

Avatar: The Last Airbender Season 2 and 3 Renewal

The Netflix live-action adaptation of Avatar: The Last Airbender premiered on February 22nd. It took Netflix less than two weeks to announce that the series has been picked up for not only a second season but a third as well. The third season will be the series’ last. 

In a statement delivered by Netflix, the streaming giant said that since the show’s February 22nd premiere, the series has earned the title of the top English TV show, garnered 41.1M views in 11 days and ranked in their top 10.

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According to Deadline, the plan is to shoot seasons 2 and 3 close together as since child actors grow and change quickly. The next two seasons will follow the animated series closely. 

Avatar: The Last Airbender takes place in a world divided into four nations, each ruled by one of the four elements. While benders from each nation can manipulate an element, the Avatar can control all four. The Avatar is meant to balance all four nations, but, as they say in the show, “when the world needed him most, he vanished.” After 100 years without an Avatar, a 12-year-old Airbender named Aang appears to take on the role. Together with his new friends, he must defeat the Fire Nation army bent on ruling the world.

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The live-action adaptation features Gordon Cormier as Aang, Kiawentiio as Katara, Dallas Liu as Zuko and Ian Ousley as Sokka. Supporting cast members include George TakeiAmber Midthunder, and Danny Pudi, as well as Daniel Dae KimElizabeth Yu and Paul Sun-Hyung Lee.

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