The animated show will air it's remaining five episodes on various digital platforms (save for Netflix) starting August 1st.
Source: BOOK 3 MOVING TO DIGITAL RELEASE!
After yesterday's meltdown of Nickalodeon pulling the remaining five episodes and an unknown release date, followed by co-creator Bryan Konietzko proclaiming the show was moving to digtal, fans have been on the edge of their seats. Well, the "digtal" answers Konietzko talked about are here. Korra Nation has revealed the details on how fans can see the show now.
New episodes will air weekly starting August 1st and will be avaiable on Nick.com, the Nick app, Amazon, Google Play, Xbox and Hulu. Sadly, no Netflix is mentioned, and due to that this reporter must curse loudly to the world that the only way he can see new Korra is via Nick.Com... or wait for the eventual Blu-Ray release.
Still, there is also that Korra panel at SDCC tomorrow, as well as some lingering questions (will this be the new format, period, for airing new episodes going forward?). We'll report whatever news is revealed there tomorrow.
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