Tuesday, April 03, 2012

Nickelodeon Planning To Premiere "The Legend of Korra" Internationally In Autumn 2012

From C21Media:
Flights of fancy

MIPTV: Ed Waller sifts the through the pile of new properties debuting at MipTV and unearths a flying Leonardo Da Vinci, a hybrid live-action/animated comedy, a Spanish literary adaptation, a kids' makeover format and a teen alien whodunit mystery.


Legend of Korra (26x30′)

Producers: Nickelodeon Studios, Burbank Studios

Distributor: Viacom International Media Networks

They say: “Set 70 years after Avatar: The Last Airbender, the show follows the adventures of Korra, a passionate, rebellious and fearless girl.”

We say: Avatar creators Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko are behind this new show, which debuts on Nickelodeon in the US in late April. It is set to arrive on Nickelodeon's international channels this autumn [Fall]. This follow-up series was due to launch last year but was pushed back to 2012 in order to expand from 12 episodes to 26.

It is expected to be a little darker in tone than its 2005 predecessor.


Ed Waller
You can read C21Media's MIPTV news report article here on the official C21Media website, C21Media.net, where C21Media reporter Ed Waller reviews some of the latest children's television shows that are being showcased at MIPTV 2012, including "Nautilus", "Mica", "Zoli & PouĂȘt", "Camp Lakebottom", "Ha! Ha! Hairies", "Emilie Jolie", "Groom My Room", "Elias", "The Termites", "Tip the Mouse", "Randy Cunningham: Ninth Grade Ninja", "Galaxy Park", "Saint Seiya Omega", "Impossimals", "Boom Boom's War", "Wanda and the Alien", "Frankie Pickle", "War of the Worlds", "Anne's Droids", and "Jerry and the Raiders".

You can watch a high definition (HD) high quality (HQ) streaming video (with transcript) of Nickelodeon USA's brand new official "The Legend of Korra" trailer/promo here on NickALive!.

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