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‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Season 2 Filming Schedule Revealed at Netflix

The second season of the live-action series will begin production with new showrunners Christine Boylan and Jabbar Raisani after Albert Kim departed the show.

Bradley - Sat, 06 Jul 2024 11:37:26 +0100 1582 Views
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It's been a few months since the premiere of the first season of the live-action ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ which became a big hit on Netflix and scored two seasons renewal, with Season 3 being the final. Now, we are inching closer to the second season which has begun preparations and the filming is confirmed to begin this fall.

As per the schedule, ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Season 2 will begin filming on September 16, 2024, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and will take six months to officially wrap up on March 21, 2025. The first season took almost eight months to complete filming but was in post-production for more than one year.

While announcing the renewal, it was confirmed that Albert Kim would be stepping down as showrunner but would remain an executive producer throughout the remaining two seasons, while co-executive producer Christine Boylan and executive producer Jabbar Raisani will be the new showrunners for the second and third seasons.

Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Season 1 was a big hit on Netflix despite getting mixed reactions from the critics. The show has a 59% approval rating based on 75 critic reviews on Rotten Tomatoes. Avatar: The Last Airbender topped the weekly global Netflix chart by amassing 298.6 million hours watched by 41.1 million viewers in less than two weeks of its release.

The first season takes place in a war-torn Asiatic world where certain people have the ability to "bend" one of the four classical elements—water, earth, fire, or air. Aang, the "Avatar," is the "bridge" between the mortal and spirit worlds, and the only one who can bend all four elements. The Avatar maintains the world's and nature's equilibrium to promote peace. Aang is tasked as the Avatar with liberating the world from the merciless conflict of the Fire Nation. While being pursued by the exiled Fire Nation Prince Zuko, who seeks to reclaim his dignity by capturing the Avatar, Aang sets out to master the elements with his new allies Katara and Sokka.

In the final episode of the first season, Aang and the Northern Water Tribe are fighting the Fire Nation to safeguard the tribe, as well as the moon and ocean spirits, while Zuko infiltrates the city in an attempt to capture Aang. Aang, Katara, and Sokka manage to ambush a Fire Navy ship and destroy the men on board before realizing there are too many to fight alone. The Fire Nation initiates a struggle as they attempt to breach the wall that protects the Northern Water Tribe's city Agna Qel'a.

At the end of the first season's finale, Aang resolves to start learning the other three elements: water, earth, and fire. Pakku assigns Katara to educate Aang about water bending. Meanwhile, Fire Lord Ozai explains that Azula used the attack on Agna Qel'a as a distraction in order to seize control of Omashu and kidnap King Bumi. The Great Sage also reminds Ozai that Sozin's Comet, which gives fire benders more strength, will return "soon".

The leading cast of the series includes Gordon Cormier as Aang, Kiawentiio as Katara, Ian Ousley as Sokka, Dallas Liu as Zuko, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee as Uncle Iroh, Elizabeth Yu as Azula, Lim Kay Siu as Gyatso, Daniel Dae Kim as Fire Lord Ozai, Ken Leung as Commander Zhao, Tamlyn Tomita as Yukari, Yvonne Chapman as Avatar Kyoshi, C. S. Lee as Avatar Roku, and Casey Camp-Horinek as Gran Gran.



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