The kids learn new information about Firelord Ozai's master plan and decide to strike sooner than planned -- but will Aang be ready?
The kids see a play about themselves and all their past adventures.
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.
When it comes time for Zuko to teach Aang Firebending, it turns out Aang is not the only one who needs a lesson.
When our gang regroups at the Western Air temple, they find someone there they weren't expecting.
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.
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 kids investigate mysterious disappearances in a spooky town. Katara makes a special connection.
When Toph discovers a quick way to make cash, Katara disapproves, and the rift between them has disastrous consequences.
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.
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.
When the gang comes to a suffering fishing village, a mysterious spirit appears to help the villagers.
After sustaining serious injuries at the end of season two, Aang awakens to find himself aboard a Fire Nation ship. Meanwhile, Zuko journeys home.
Fire promises to be the most exciting season yet! Aang wakes up from his battle with Azula to discover that Ba Sing Se has fallen and the world thinks he's dead. So he and his friends set off undercover to find Firelord Ozai before the Day of Black Sun.
A guru at the Eastern Air Temple helps Aang take the next step in his Avatar journey.
Everyone races against time to stop Azula's sinister conquest of Ba Sing Se.
The kids battle Long Feng the Dai Li when they attempt to show the Earth King the vast conspiracy taking place in his city.
Common Sense Media reviews Avatar for kids and families.
Avatar is the story of an ex-Marine who finds himself thrust into hostilities on an alien planet filled with exotic life forms. As an Avatar, a human mind in an alien body, he finds himself torn between two worlds, in a desperate fight for his own survival and that of the indigenous people. More than ten years in the making, Avatar marks Cameron's return to feature directing since helming 1997's Titanic, the highest grossing film of all time and winner of eleven Oscarsr including Best Picture. WETA Digital, renowned for its work in The Lord of the Rings Trilogy and King Kong, will incorporate new intuitive CGI technologies to transform the environments and characters into photorealistic 3D imagery that will transport the audience into the alien world rich with imaginative vistas, creatures and characters.
In Season one of Avatar, Katara and Sokka (a brother and sister from the Southern Water Tribe) discover the Avatar (a 12 year old Airbender boy named Aang) frozen in an iceberg. Together the three begin their journey to the North Pole to find a master Waterbender so Aang can begin his Avatar training.
Aang, along with Katara, Sokka, and their animal friends Appa and Momo, continues on his quest to fulfill his destiny . According to the Avatar cycle, the group must now enter the Earth Kingdom to search for a master Earthbender to teach Aang.
Avatar: Book 3 - Fire promises to be the most exciting season yet!
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