Netflix’s Avatar: The Last Airbender Show Gets Closer To Completion With New Update

Netflix’s live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender series gets closer to completion with a new update hinting the show is almost done with production.


  • A new update on Netflix’s live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender suggests the show is nearing completion, with the series’ score currently being recorded.
  • The live-action adaptation is set to premiere in 2024, although no specific release date has been provided yet. Fans eagerly await the live-action debut of Aang and his friends.
  • This recent update implies that the show is in its final post-production stages, hinting that more details about the release date will be revealed soon.

A new update from Netflix’s Avatar: The Last Airbender live-action adaptation indicates the show is getting closer to completion. Based on the animated series of the same name, Netflix’s live-action retelling of the series is set to premiere in 2024. However, there is no specific release date yet for when Aang and his friends will make their live-action debut.

Now, an update from Avatar: The Last Airbender shows the series’ score is currently being recorded.

This latest update indicates the live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender show is in its final post-production stages. When it’s complete, more information about when the series will be released is likely to be announced.

Everything To Expect From The Live-Action Last Airbender

Characters from Avatar: The Last Airbender

Avatar: The Last Airbender’s score being recorded is a good sign the live-action adaptation will arrive sooner rather than later. Season 1 is expected to consist of eight episodes of roughly an hour each, starting with events based on “Book One: Water” from the animated series. The adaptation is anticipated to be faithful to the original series while recreating its story in live-action form.

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Thanks to the Avatar: The Last Airbender images and trailer released at Netflix’s TUDUM event in June, the show seems like it will be pulling directly from the animated series with its main characters. Much like the original series, season 1 will focus on Aang (Gordon Cormier), Katara (Kiawentiio), and Sokka (Ian Ousley) journeying to Northern Water Tribe so Aang can learn how to waterbend. They will also be pursued by Prince Zuko (Dallas Liu) and his uncle, General Iroh (Paul Sun-Hyung Lee).

While it’s unclear how much the show will adapt, actor Amber Midthunder’s casting as Princess Yue indicates the live-action series will likely cover all of Book One. This means characters like Suki of the Kyoshi Warriors and Avatar Roku will appear in the show. Now that the score for the series is being recorded, more news about Avatar: The Last Airbender‘s release – and what to expect from it – will likely arrive soon.

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