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Reason Why Avatar: The Last Airbender Became Ranking 1st Show on Netflix

Avatar: The Last Airbender is an animated television series that was created in America. This series was made by Michael Dante Di Martino, Bryan Konietzko along with the head of the writer, Aaron Ehasz. It has action in it and is adventurous, full of comedy-drama in it. The shown language was English and has a total of three seasons, together making sixty-one (61) episodes. It was produced by the production company named “Nickelodeon Animation Studio” and was released between the year 21st February 2005 to 19th July 2008. Its chronology was followed by ‘The Legend of Korra’.

Why Avatar: The Last Airbender Became 1st show on Netflix?

In the past 15 years after the series got ended, it was telecasted on Nickelodeon in 2005 and making the audience aware of the character Aang who can control all the forms of element control, that is, earth, fire, air, water. This made the fans fall for the character and the storyline, though later, It was continued by it’s followed series that is The Legend of Korra but the original was gigantic.

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The series was one of the most popular anime during it’s telecast around the globe and so was re-released on Netflix on May 15th, 2020. During the first week of release on Netflix it was not in the top ten trending list as it almost got ended 12 years back but a week later due to massive fan base and the good impact on the followers of the show, the show went all the way from nothing to trending to #1 and remained there for more than a week. The reason for this success is considered as the huge followers of Netflix, the true and genuine love of the fans. Also, the show provided great accompany to the people during this global pandemic COVID-19.

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