MundoNick accidentally uploaded four episodes of Book 3 to their servers. Not surprisingly, the episodes are out there online to watch.
Well, series Legend of Korra co-creator Bryan Konietzko wasn't kidding when he said the gap between Book 2 and 3 wouldn't be as long as the one between Book 1 and 2 (15 months). Earlier today, MundoNick (Nickelodeon's Mexican TV outlet) released four episodes from the upcoming season, mislabeled as episodes from Book Two. They have since been pulled, but this being the internet, were already uploaded to other places to watch.
The four episodes, surprisingly, are Episodes 3-6 (1-2 are absent and still not released), and here are the titles for said episodes: S3E3: The Earth Queen, S3E4: In Harm's Way, S3E5: The Metal Clan, and S3E6: Old Wounds. Also of note is the last two episodes are a two-parter. These episodes as well aren't in English, but Spanish. Though it wouldn't surprise this reporter at all if an intrepid fan with access has subtitled the episodes by now.
More than likely, this will not change whatever set plan Nickelodeon has with officially airing Book 3. As for when we'll know that airdate? Odds are we'll be getting that answer in July at the San Diego Comic Con.
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