Fifteen-year-old animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender became the most-watch show in America when it debuted on Netflix in May, captivating audiences with its spellbinding fantasy world and endearing character arcs. And fortunately, the story doesn't end there. Its sequel series — The Legend of Korra, which originally aired from 2012-2014 — drops Aug. 14 on the streaming platform.
Picking up roughly 100 years after its predecessor concludes, the show continues the dense mythology of the original run with a new group of lovable characters hungry for adventure. And unlike The Last Airbender, it was produced in 16:9 widescreen.