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Official Series Title: Nickelodeon Avatar: The Last Airbender
Copyrights: Nickelodeon Television, Viacom International, Inc.
Premiere Date: Monday, February 21st, 2005
Created by: Michael Dante DiMartino, Bryan Konietzko
Total Running Time: 30 minutes
Regular Airtimes: Check local listings (currently in syndication)
Seasons/Episodes: 3/61 (Season 3 has 21 episodes; Seasons 1 & 2 have 20 each)
Genre: Animation/Cartoon
Originated In: USA

Main Characters:
Aang (12-year-old boy; born 112 years ago; The Avatar)
Katara (14-year-old "woman"; motherly; friend of Aang's)
Sokka (roughly a 15-year-old boy; funny; macho; a warrior; Katara's brother and a friend of Aang's as well)
Toph Beifong (12-year old female; Earthbending master; Aang's earthbending teacher; aka The Blind Bandit)
Prince Zuko (16-year-old boy; banished from the Fire Nation; sent to capture the Avatar)
Uncle/General Iroh (very old man; essentially a villain; ex-Fire Nation General; comic-relief; Prince Zuko's uncle and Fire Lord Ozai's brother; travels with Zuko)
Fire Lord Ozai (mid-aged man; leader of the Fire Nation; son is Prince Zuko, brother is Iroh)
Appa/Momo (Appa is a 10-ton-magical monster and Momo is a winged-lemur; both animals travel with Aang everywhere)
Princess Azula  (15-year-old female; sister of Prince Zuko and daughter of Fire Lord Ozai; evil and despicable; sent to capture Zuko, Iroh and now Aang)
Ty Lee (15-year-old female; former acrobat; now aiding old friend Azula in her quest)
Mai (15-year-old female; daughter of Fire Nation Governor of New Ozai; also aiding good friend Azula in her search)

General Credits:
Executive Producers:
Michael Dante DiMartino, Bryan Konietzko
Head Writer/Co-Executive Producer: Aaron Ehasz
Show Writers: John O'Bryan, Matthew Hubbard, James Eagan, Nick Malis, Aaron Ehasz, Michael Dante DiMartino, Bryan Konietzko, Ian Wilcox, Elizabeth Welch Ehasz, Tim Hedrick, Joshua Hamilton, Peter Goldfinger, Josh Stolberg
Show Directors: Dave Filoni, Giancarlo Volpe, Lauren MacMullan, Anthony Lioi, Ethan Spaulding, Michael Dante DiMartino, Joaquim Dos Santos
Assistant Directors: Li Hong, Ethan Spaulding, Miyuki Hoshikawa, Justin Ridge, Ian Graham, Bobby Rubio, Chris Graham, Kenji Ono, Jerry Langford
Animated at: DR Movie and JM Animation Co., Ltd., South Korea (These two different studios alternate the episode animation duties)
 
Premise:
Season 1:
The legend begins as siblings Katara and Sokka discover a special young boy in an iceberg near their home at the South Pole. Turns out he is the Avatar, the only one who can master all four elements, and the only one who can stop the Fire Nation from winning a hundred-year old war. Throughout the first season Aang (the Avatar), Katara and Sokka travel on top of Appa, Aang's flying bison, and collect a pet lemur named Momo along the way. Throughout their journey they meet many interesting characters, but also must evade critical foes of the Fire Nation, Prince Zuko and Admiral Zhao. Season 1 wraps up with a climactic fight at the North Pole.
 
Season 2:
Aang and his friends continue their journey. In season 2 they pick up a new member to the team, a blind earthbender named Toph. However, they also have a new enemy, Princess Azula and her friends Mai and Ty Lee. They discover shocking revelations throughout the entire season as their journey gets tougher. Zuko and Iroh are now fugitives from the Fire Nation. In a climatic season finale, all three groups end up meeting at Ba Sing Se and unexpected alliances are formed.
Season 3:
The kids must work to retake control of the Earth Kingdom and the world, to its rightful leaders.  Along the way, old friends, new villains and psychotic village guys make this one wild ride to save the world.  Unlikely alliances are formed, which builds up to one unforgettable finale featuring the battles we have been waiting for and much more.  The series concludes in a largely peaceful way, leaving some loose ends for fans to ponder.

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