‘Avatar’: The Legend of Korra is coming to Netflix in August

Aang’s replacement has gone along with him on the spilling stage.

Netflix said Tuesday that it’s including Avatar: The Legend of Korra to its spilling stage on Aug. 14. Korra is arriving on Netflix only two or three months behind Avatar: The Last Airbender, which joined Netflix in May. Every one of the four periods of the show are now accessible on CBS All Access in the event that you need to watch it now, notwithstanding. (ViacomCBS possesses CBS All Access, and is additionally CNET’s parent organization.) It’s likewise accessible on Amazon Prime Video.

The show disclosed from 2012 to 2014 on Nickelodeon and afterward Nick.com, and follows Aang’s replacement as symbol, Korra, and her buddies Mako, Asami and Bolin. It likewise observes some arrival appearances by unique characters Katara, Toph and Zuko.

Set 70 years after the first arrangement, 17-year-old Korra is figuring out how to ace the twisting of every one of the four components: water, earth, fire and air. It’s set for the most part in Republic City, the capital of another country established by Aang after the occasions of the main arrangement.

Netflix is likewise rebooting Avatar: The Last Airbender as a no frills arrangement, with unique co-makers Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko ready. The real to life arrangement was reported in 2018, with no word yet on a cast or dispatch date.