It is here where the series really shines, as Aang and his friends meet both new friends and enemies along the way, each with their own backstory and reasons for doing what they do that makes for a fun and exciting show that will surely compel you to binge watch it until the end.
I could go on all day and night about how and why this show is one of the best out there, but it really is one of those things that you have to experience it for yourself to see just how great it is.
The long-awaited sequel to the beloved and widely-celebrated Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Seeing the light that appeared from Aang's release, Zuko and some Fire Nation soldiers arrive at the Southern Water Tribe to demand the villagers hand over the Avatar.
Aang reveals himself and surrenders to Zuko on the condition that he agrees to leave the village alone.
I remember like yesterday when it was 2005 and Nickelodeon announced its anime-like series, Avatar: The Last Airbender. I thought it would be a wannabe flop when I first saw it, as I was heavily into other anime shows at the time.
It’s so good to know I was wrong, as it became the best show the channel has had in ages, and even spun off a show that was even better (which I never thought was possible).