Avatar: The Last Airbender

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  • 2005
  • 3 Seasons
  • 9.3  (372,298)

Avatar: The Last Airbender is an American animated TV series that aired on Nickelodeon from 2005 to 2008. Created by Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, the show follows the adventures of a young boy named Aang, who is the last surviving Airbender and the only person who can save the world from the Fire Nation's tyranny.

The series features an impressive cast of voice actors, including Zach Tyler Eisen as Aang, Mae Whitman as Katara, Dante Basco as Prince Zuko, Jack DeSena as Sokka, Jessie Flower as Toph, Makoto Iwamatsu as Uncle Iroh, Dee Bradley Baker as Appa and Momo, Jennie Kwan as Suki, Grey DeLisle as Azula, Cricket Leigh as Mai, Olivia Hack as Ty Lee, and Mark Hamill as Fire Lord Ozai.

The show is set in a world where people are divided into four nations - Water, Earth, Fire, and Air - and each nation has people who can manipulate, or "bend," their respective element. Aang, who has been frozen in ice for 100 years, is discovered by Katara and Sokka, two Water Tribe siblings who become his friends and allies. Together with the help of his loyal flying bison Appa and his mischievous lemur Momo, Aang travels the world in search of other Waterbenders, Earthbenders, and Firebenders who can teach him the elements so he can become a fully-realized Avatar and save the world from the Fire Nation's conquest.

One of the standout qualities of the show is its world-building, which draws inspiration from a variety of Asian cultures and mythologies. The show's visuals have been praised for their vivid colors and detailed animation, and the music, composed by The Track Team, features a mix of traditional instruments and modern electronic sounds.

Another major strength of the show is its blend of humor and serious themes. The characters are well-developed and relatable, with each having their own backstory and motivations. Aang, in particular, is a complex protagonist who struggles with the weight of his destiny and the expectations placed upon him as the Avatar. Meanwhile, Zuko, the show's primary antagonist, undergoes a gradual redemption arc that explores themes of family, honor, and personal identity.

Throughout the series' three seasons, Aang and his friends face numerous challenges and obstacles, including battles with the Fire Nation, capture by the Earth Kingdom, and encounters with various spirits and creatures from the Avatar world. Along the way, they learn valuable life lessons about trust, friendship, responsibility, forgiveness, and sacrifice.

Overall, Avatar: The Last Airbender is a must-watch for fans of high-quality animation, engaging storytelling, and immersive world-building. Whether you're a long-time fan or a newcomer to the series, there's no better time to experience this timeless classic. So why not tune in and Watch Avatar: The Last Airbender Online today?.

Avatar: The Last Airbender is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (95 episodes). The series first aired on February 21, 2005.

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Sozin's Comet, Part 4: Avatar Aang
21. Sozin's Comet, Part 4: Avatar Aang
July 19, 2008
After Zuko is severely injured by a shot of lightning from Azula during their Agni Kai, Katara must face her alone. Sokka and Toph are separated from Suki while attempting to destroy the air fleet, and soon find themselves outnumbered. Meanwhile, fighting a losing battle against Ozai, Aang enters the Avatar State, and must finally decide whether or not Ozai must die in order to end the war.
Sozin's Comet, Part 3: Into the Inferno
20. Sozin's Comet, Part 3: Into the Inferno
July 19, 2008
Having decided to split up, Zuko and Katara head to the Fire Nation in order to stop Azula, who has become extremely paranoid and power hungry since becoming Firelord, once and for all; while Sokka, Toph, and Suki head to stop the air ship fleet that will destroy the Earth Kingdom. Both groups find their tasks harder than they expected. Meanwhile, Aang faces off with Ozai, but finds himself overwhelmed by the immense power he has gained from Sozin's Comet. Elsewhere, the Order of the White Lotus battles for the freedom of Ba Sing Se.
Sozin's Comet, Part 2: The Old Masters
19. Sozin's Comet, Part 2: The Old Masters
July 19, 2008
After June is unable to track down Aang, the gang decides they must find the only other person alive who could help them defeat the Firelord; Iroh. They find him on the outskirts of Ba Sing Se, where he has gathered the Order of the White Lotus, an ancient society which transcends the division of the four nations, to free Ba Sing Se from the Fire Nation. On the island, Aang seeks guidance from his past lives, but is not happy with their advice. Soon after he discovers that he is not on an island at all, but on the back of a Lion Turtle, whose advice aids him greatly.
Sozin's Comet, Part 1: The Phoenix King
18. Sozin's Comet, Part 1: The Phoenix King
July 19, 2008
After learning that the gang assumed they could face the Firelord after Sozin's Comet had passed, Zuko reveals to them that it must be done before the comet arrives, as Firelord Ozai plans to use it's power to wipe out the earthbenders completely just as Firelord Sozin did to the airbenders a hundred years ago. To make matters worse, the comet is arriving in three days. Aang begins to struggle with the fact that he will have to kill Ozai in order to stop him, something he feels he cannot do. In the middle of the night he awakens in a trance, and swims out to a nearby island. Unable to find Aang the next morning, the gang travels to the Earth Kingdom to find June, who they know can help track him down. Elsewhere, knowing that after the Earth Kingdom is finally destroyed he will rule the entire world, Ozai appoints Azula the new Firelord, and gives himself a new title; "The Phoenix King".
The Ember Island Players
17. The Ember Island Players
July 18, 2008
The gang is forced to look at themselves from a third party view after watching a play about their adventures, and don't like what they see. Mainly Zuko, who regrets betraying his uncle, and Aang, who is unsure where he stands with Katara.
The Southern Raiders
16. The Southern Raiders
July 17, 2008
Feeling as though Katara's hatred for him is somehow deeply rooted in the death of her mother, Zuko asks Sokka to explain how she died. After hearing the story, Zuko realizes he knows who killed her, and takes Katara off to find him. Aang worries that once face to face with the murderer, Katara will do something she will later regret.
The Boiling Rock, Part 2
15. The Boiling Rock, Part 2
July 16, 2008
Staying at Boiling Rock an extra day ends up paying off, as Hakoda does turn out to be one of the incoming prisoners. Now with him in their plans, they devise a second escape, which seems to work perfectly, until Azula, Mai, and Ty Lee arrive.
The Boiling Rock, Part 1
14. The Boiling Rock, Part 1
July 16, 2008
Feeling guilty and responsible for the capture of the invasion force, Sokka asks Zuko to help him attempt to free some of their imprisoned allies. Together they travel to Boiling Rock, the Fire Nation's most secure prison, in hopes of rescuing the others. Once there they discover that war prisoners are not sent to Boiling Rock, but are happy to find Suki. They hatch a plan to escape but must second guess it when the time comes, as they find a new batch of prisoners are arriving the next day, one of whom may be Hakoda.
The Firebending Masters
13. The Firebending Masters
July 15, 2008
While teaching Aang the basics of firebending Zuko discovers that his own firebending has grown severely weaker. After some thought, he realizes that this is because he is no longer filled with anger and hatred, which used to fuel his fire. In order to discover the true, original source of firebending, him and Aang travel to the ruins of the Sun Warrior Tribe, which consisted of the first humans to learn firebending. Once there, they quickly discover they are not alone.
The Western Air Temple
12. The Western Air Temple
July 14, 2008
Aang and the crew flee the Fire Nation heading to the Western Air Temple after the failed invasion attempt in order to regroup. Zuko follows the gang after he discovers his true destiny, and attempts to join them. The gang, however, is not so accepting of him.
Day of the Black Sun Part 2 - The Eclipse
11. Day of the Black Sun Part 2 - The Eclipse
November 30, 2007
The force continues to fight their way to the Fire Nation Capital as the eclipse draws nearer. Aang, Sokka, and Toph infiltrate the secret underground bunker where they believe the Firelord is hiding, but face problems once inside. Meanwhile, Zuko confronts his father and Iroh escapes from jail.
Day of the Black Sun
10. Day of the Black Sun
November 30, 2007
The entire invasion force gathers together and charts out the plan of attack they will use during the invasion. With help from technology designed by Sokka and built by the Mechanist, the force makes it to the island and the battle begins. Meanwhile, Aang travels to the Capital Building in order to face Firelord Ozai, but finds a surprise when he arrives.
Nightmares and Daydreams
9. Nightmares and Daydreams
November 16, 2007
As the day of the invasion draws near Aang begins to suffer from strong anxiety. In order to stop his nightmares he decides to stay awake until the invasion is over, however the lack of sleep causes him to lose a serious grip on reality. Meanwhile, Zuko is hurt after he finds out he wasn't invited to an upcoming meeting about the war.
The Puppetmaster
8. The Puppetmaster
November 9, 2007
On their way to the invasion rondevu point, the gang stays with an elderly woman (who they later find out is also a native of the Southern Water Tribe) running a small "hotel" after she warns them that the woods in this town are not safe. After discovering people have been mysteriously going missing after going into the woods during a full moon the gang suspects the spirits may have a hand in it, however the truth shocks them. Meanwhile, the elderly woman teaches Katara a few waterbending techniques, one of which she does not approve of.
The Runaway
7. The Runaway
November 2, 2007
Toph, Aang, an Sokka discover an easy way to make money, however Katara feels it is immoral causing her to clash with Toph, who tells her that she is the "party pooper" of the group. Driven to prove to the gang she is not a wet blanket, Katara goes against her better judgement and agrees to pull off a scam with Toph, however it backfires and the two end up in jail. Meanwhile, "sparky sparky boom man" catches up with the gang.
The Avatar and the Firelord
6. The Avatar and the Firelord
October 26, 2007
Avatar Roku decides it's time Aang learned of Roku's past, and takes him on a spiritual recap of his life. Meanwhile, Zuko discovers the past of his great-grandfather, Firelord Sozin, through old books. Shockingly to both the them, Avatar Roku and Firelord Sozin had more in common than they thought.
The Beach
5. The Beach
October 19, 2007
Zuko and the Fire Nation gang take a break at the beach, where they learn more about each other. Meanwhile, the bounty hunter Zuko hired catches up with the gang.
Sokka's Master
4. Sokka's Master
October 12, 2007
Feeling as if he does not contribute enough to the rest of the group, Sokka becomes the apprentice of a famed Fire Nation master swordsman in order to become a better warrior. Meanwhile, the rest of the gang realizes they are lost without him.
The Painted Lady
3. The Painted Lady
October 5, 2007
The kids comes across a small town based in the middle of a river, whose waters have been polluted by a nearby Fire Nation factory. Mysteriously, soon after they arive, a spirit who goes by the name of "The Painted Lady" shows up to aid the town.
The Headband
2. The Headband
September 28, 2007
The gang gets new Fire Nation clothes in order to blend in, but Aang is mistaken for a student and gets enrolled in a local school. He uses this opportunity to learn more about the secrets of the Fire Nation, but soon realizes that Fire Nation traditions are much different than that of the Air Nomads, and decides to throw a dance party in order to help the kids there lighten up. Meanwhile he bonds with a girl from his class, making Katara a bit jealous. Elsewhere, Zuko confronts Iroh in jail, but doesn't get the response he was looking for.
The Awakening
1. The Awakening
September 21, 2007
An injured, weak, and confused Aang awakens aboard a Fire Nation ship weeks after his battle in Ba Sing Se. Meanwhile, Zuko returns to the Fire Nation as a hero, however he does not feel the way he thought he would.
Day of the Black Sun
101. Day of the Black Sun
November 29, 2007
With the day of the eclipse upon them, the kids -- along with a rag-tag force of old friends -- enact their long-planned invasion of the Fire Nation.
The Headband
102. The Headband
September 27, 2007
To better camouflage themselves as real Fire Nation citizens, the kids check out a Fire Nation school. Avatar dance special. Also, Zuko confronts Uncle.
The Painted Lady
103. The Painted Lady
October 4, 2007
When the gang comes to a suffering fishing village, a mysterious spirit appears to help the villagers.
Sokka's Master
104. Sokka's Master
October 11, 2007
When Sokka feels he's not contributing enough to the group, he seeks out a mysterious master to teach him the ways of the sword.
The Beach
105. The Beach
October 18, 2007
Zuko, Azula, Mai, and Ty Lee go on vacation at Lo and Li's beach house, where they learn a lot about themselves and each other. Meanwhile, the kids face a new enemy.
The Avatar and The Firelord
106. The Avatar and The Firelord
October 25, 2007
Aang and Zuko are taken on parallel adventures that give them insight into their forefathers' pasts - but how does the tale of Roku and Sozin matter to them now?
The Runaway
107. The Runaway
November 1, 2007
When Toph discovers a quick way to make cash, Katara disapproves, and the rift between them has disastrous consequences.
The Puppetmaster
108. The Puppetmaster
November 8, 2007
The kids investigate mysterious disappearances in a spooky town. Katara makes a special connection.
Nightmares and Daydreams
109. Nightmares and Daydreams
November 15, 2007
On the eve of the eclipse, Aang's anxiety gets the better of him. His dreams become nightmares, and soon he can no longer tell dream from reality.
The Western Air Temple
111. The Western Air Temple
July 13, 2008
When our gang regroups at the Western Air temple, they find someone there they weren't expecting.
The Firebending Masters
112. The Firebending Masters
July 14, 2008
When it comes time for Zuko to teach Aang Firebending, it turns out Aang is not the only one who needs a lesson. The two set out to learn the true meaning of Firebending from the original teachers.
The Boiling Rock
113. The Boiling Rock
July 15, 2008
Sokka and Zuko head to the Fire Nation's most heavily guarded prison -- the Boiling Rock -- in hopes to find and break-out the captured invasion force. Sokka and Zuko have to rethink their escape plan after things go wrong. unexpected sources.
The Southern Raiders
114. The Southern Raiders
July 16, 2008
Katara sets out to confront the Fire Nation soldier who killed her mother. But what will she do when she finds him?
The Ember Island Players
115. The Ember Island Players
July 17, 2008
The kids see a play about themselves and all their past adventures. But they aren't happy with the production.
Sozin's Comet
116. Sozin's Comet
July 18, 2008
In the climatic series finale, Zuko confronts Azula, and Aang finally faces the Firelord.
Bitter Work
321. Bitter Work
July 16, 2008
After sustaining serious injuries at the end of season two, Aang awakens to find himself aboard a Fire Nation ship. Meanwhile, Zuko journeys home.
Where to Watch Avatar: The Last Airbender
Avatar: The Last Airbender is available for streaming on the Nickelodeon website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Avatar: The Last Airbender on demand at Apple TV Channels, Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Netflix, Amazon, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    February 21, 2005
  • IMDB Rating
    9.3  (372,298)