‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’: Netflix’s Live-Action Series Could Be Renewed for Two More Seasons Before Premiere



Netflix has already finished recording the first season of the live-action series based on “Avatar – The Legend of Aang”, scheduled for the second half of 2023.

But, according to Knight Edge Media, the streaming platform is already planning to renew the attraction for two more seasons.

A source close to the project even revealed that the first season is set to “Book 1: Water,” while the second and third will focus on the Earth and Fire tribes respectively.

It was also said that the next seasons will be recorded at the same time, before the protagonists start to age.

Currently, Gordon Cormier (Aang) is already 13 years old and Kiawentiio Tarbell (Katara) is 16. In the animation, Aang is only 12 years old and the plot takes place over a single year.

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So far, there is no way to confirm the veracity of the information, so consider it a rumor.

Recall that the last update on the adaptation was the arrival of Jayden Zhang in the casting.

Known for living the younger version of the protagonist of “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”, Zhang will be one of Aang’s childhood friends in the Southern Air Temple in the flashback scenes of the series.

The actor joins a large cast already chosen for the Netflix series, which features names like iconic actor George Takei.

Jayden Zhang has been cast as an airbender in the live-action series Avatar: The Last Airbender! He will portray the character in flashbacks.

He is best known for playing young Shang-Chi in Marvel Studios’ Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021). pic.twitter.com/ivfP4QGkZt

— Avatar News (@AvatarNews_) October 14, 2022

Also according to Avatar News, Netflix cast Ryan Mah (“Lost in Space”) as Dang, a Fire Nation lieutenant, for “Avatar: The Last Airbender.”

This is the first original character from the live-action series, principal photography of which has already been completed, and the character image below is for illustrative purposes only. So far, it has not been revealed what the context of this figure will be in the plot.

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Exclusive: Ryan Mah has been cast as Fire Navy officer Lt. Dang, a new original character, in the live-action series Avatar: The Last Airbender!

He is best known for Lost in Space and Snowpiercer. (Character image is for illustrative purposes only.) pic.twitter.com/xWNab2jHzy

— Avatar News (@AvatarNews_) August 23, 2022

Recall that ‘Avatar: The Legend of Aang’ will have eight episodes in the first season, with 1 hour each. The main cast includes Gordon Cormier (Lost in Space) as Aang, Kiawentiio Tarbell (Anne with an E) as Katara, Ian Ousley (Physique) as Sokka, Dallas Liu (Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings) as Zuko , and Daniel Dae Kim (Lost) as Ozai.

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