A Writers Room Has Already Assembled on Netflix’s ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Season 2

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Today, on their streaming platform, Netflix finally released their long-awaited live-action adaption of Avatar: The Last Airbender. The season followed the first season plot of the original series, which suggests the show is expected only to last three seasons altogether. Fans and critics seem split on how much they like this new adaption, with the Rotten Tomatoes score hovering around 60% all day. Though most seem to like the series, many agree that there are a lot of improvements that need to be made if the next two seasons are going to be successful. You can read our review HERE.

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Netflix has yet to announce a second season of the live-action series officially. Netflix usually waits a couple of weeks to determine if the show is viable to move forward with another season. However, a recent report also revealed that a writer’s room for season 2 was assembled in January 2023 due to a LinkedIn job listing. This sounds in line with what we at Knight Edge Media have heard: “All the scripts are nearly completed for season 2” if Netflix decides to move forward with production. Surprisingly, all the scripts are almost done, considering the WGA strike halted all writing activities in Hollywood last summer. Hopefully, Netflix and the writers will take some of the criticisms from season 1 and edit their scripts going into season 2, including a more streamlined story that focuses much of the season with Team Avatar in Ba Sing Se. As well as the introduction to fan-favorite blind earthbender Toph.

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It’ll be interesting to see how long Netflix takes to either greenlight season 2 or cancel the show. But they better hurry up, as the actors have grown immensely since filming season 1 in late 2021. If filming begins later this summer back in Vancouver, it could theoretically released in early 2026 with most of the VFX figured out during season 1 post-production.

Avatar: The Last Airbender is streaming now on Netflix

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