The Legend of Korra (2012 — 2014)

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The Legend of Korra
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TitleThe Legend of Korra
Original TitleAvatar: The Legend of Korra
Year2012 — 2014
CountryUSA
GenreFantasy (Animated Series)
FranchiseAvatar (2004 - 2014)
Run Time24 min
Director

As with its predecessor, the series is set in a fictional universe in which certain people can manipulate, or “bend”, one of the four elements: water, earth, fire, or air. Only one individual, the “Avatar”, can bend all four elements, and is responsible for maintaining balance in the world. The series follows Avatar Korra, the successor and reincarnation of Aang from the previous series, as she faces political and spiritual unrest in a modernizing world. The series has been lauded for its writing and production values, and has been nominated for and won awards such as the Annie Awards, a Daytime Emmy Award, and a Gracie Award. The series was also praised for addressing sociopolitical issues such as social unrest and terrorism, as well as for going beyond the established boundaries of youth entertainment with respect to issues of race, gender, and sexual orientation.

The Legend of Korra was initially conceived as a twelve-episode miniseries. Nickelodeon declined the creators’ pitch for an Avatar: The Last Airbender follow-up animated movie based on what then became the three-part comics The Promise, The Search and The Rift, choosing instead to expand Korra to 26 episodes. The series was expanded further in July 2012 to 52 episodes. These episodes are grouped into four separate seasons (“Books”) composed of twelve to fourteen episodes (“Chapters”) each, with each season telling a stand-alone story. Beginning with episode 9 of season 3, new episodes were first distributed through the Internet rather than broadcast. The Legend of Korra concluded with the fourth season.

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The Legend of Korra
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Cast:

Janet Varney Janet Varney
Korra (1-4)
David Faustino David Faustino
Mako (1-4)
Dee Bradley Baker Dee Bradley Baker
Naga / Pabu (1-4)
P.J. Byrne P.J. Byrne
Bolin (1-4)
Seychelle Gabriel Seychelle Gabriel
Asami Sato (1-4)
J.K. Simmons J.K. Simmons
Tenzin (1-4)
Mindy Sterling Mindy Sterling
Lin Beifong (1-4)
Kiernan Shipka Kiernan Shipka
Jinora (1-4)

As with its predecessor, the series is set in a fictional universe in which certain people can manipulate, or “bend”, one of the four elements: water, earth, fire, or air. Only one individual, the “Avatar”, can bend all four elements, and is responsible for maintaining balance in the world. The series follows Avatar Korra, the successor and reincarnation of Aang from the previous series, as she faces political and spiritual unrest in a modernizing world. The series has been lauded for its writing and production values, and has been nominated for and won awards such as the Annie Awards, a Daytime Emmy Award, and a Gracie Award. The series was also praised for addressing sociopolitical issues such as social unrest and terrorism, as well as for going beyond the established boundaries of youth entertainment with respect to issues of race, gender, and sexual orientation.

The Legend of Korra was initially conceived as a twelve-episode miniseries. Nickelodeon declined the creators’ pitch for an Avatar: The Last Airbender follow-up animated movie based on what then became the three-part comics The Promise, The Search and The Rift, choosing instead to expand Korra to 26 episodes. The series was expanded further in July 2012 to 52 episodes. These episodes are grouped into four separate seasons (“Books”) composed of twelve to fourteen episodes (“Chapters”) each, with each season telling a stand-alone story. Beginning with episode 9 of season 3, new episodes were first distributed through the Internet rather than broadcast. The Legend of Korra concluded with the fourth season.

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