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Cast of The Last Airbender and Where to Watch the Anime Series

The cast of Avatar: The Last Airbender on Netflix is now complete. Twenty actors, including George Takei, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Danny Pudi, and Arden Cho, have been added.

The show is based on the popular and award-winning Nickelodeon cartoon Avatar: The Last Airbender. It was written by Albert Kim, and Netflix says it is a live-action remake of the show.

In the world of Avatar, there are four nations: the Water Tribe, the Earth Kingdom, the Fire Nation, and the Air Nomads. Aside from the Four Nations, some characters can also go to the Spirit World, which is a parallel world. Here are some new descriptions of the cast.

Earth Kingdom

Cast of the Last Airbender

Arden Cho (Partner Track) plays June, a tough and persistent bounty hunter who is known for her ruthless efficiency.

Utkarsh Ambudkar (Ghosts, World’s Best) is King Bumi, the old and unpredictable ruler of the city of Omashu in the Earth Kingdom.

The Mechanist, played by Danny Pudi (Mythic Quest, Corner Office), is a strange inventor and engineer who is trying his best to raise his son in a world at war.

Teo, the son of The Mechanist, is played by Lucian-River Chauhan (Encounter, Heartland). Teo is an idealist and a high-flier.

James Sie (Stillwater) is the Cabbage Merchant, an Omashu vegetable vendor who has had a hard time for a long time.

Fire Nation

Momona Tamada, who has been in shows like “Secret Headquarters” and “The Baby-Sitters Club,” will play Ty Lee, a lively teen who is one of Princess Azula’s best friends.

Thalia Tran (Raya and the Last Dragon, Little) plays Mai, a cool-headed teen who, along with Ty Lee, is one of Princess Azula’s closest friends.

Lt. Jee is the ship’s first officer, and Ruy Iskandar (Yes Day, Benders) plays him.

Hiro Kanagawa (Altered Carbon, The Man in the High Castle) plays Fire Lord Sozin, who was the previous ruler of the Fire Nation and the grandfather of Fire Lord Ozai. He was ruthless and ambitious, and he wanted to be the best.

Avatar Roku is played by C.S. Lee (Dexter, Warrior). He was an Avatar from the Fire Nation in the past who was wise and kind.

Francois Chau (The Expanse, American Gigolo) will play The Great Sage, the revered spiritual leader of the Fire Nation and guardian of Avatar Roku’s shrine.

Commander Zhao’s second-in-command is Lt. Dang, who is played by Ryan Mah in “The Good Doctor” and “Snowpiercer.”

Water Tribe

Amber Midthunder (Prey, Roswell) plays Princess Yue, the spiritual leader of the Northern Water Tribe and played by Amber Midthunder (Prey, Roswell).

A Martinez (Cowboy Bebop, Ambulance) plays Pakku, the water-bending master of the Northern Water Tribe and a fierce defender of their traditions.

Irene Bedard, who played Pocahontas and The Stand, plays Yagoda, a kind healer who is a role model for the women waterbenders in her tribe.

Hahn is played by Joel Oulette (Trickster, Ruby, and the Well), who is a strong, skilled warrior who will always stand by his tribe.

Nathaniel Arcand is Chief Arnook on the TV shows Heartland and FBI: Most Wanted. He is Princess Yue’s father and the respected leader of their tribe.

Meegwun Fairbrother, known for his roles in “Burden of Truth” and “Mohawk Girls,” is Avatar Kuruk, a former Avatar whose past is haunting him.

Spirit World

George Takei, who was in Star Trek and Resident Alien, will be the voice of Koh, an old spirit that hunts.

Randall Duk Kim (John Wick, Kung Fu Panda) will give Wan Shi Tong’s voice. Wan Shi Tong is the Spirit of Knowledge and looks like a big owl.

Gordon Cormier plays Aang, Kiawentiio plays Katara, Ian Ousley plays Sokka, Dallas Liu plays Zuko, Elizabeth Yu plays Azula, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee plays Iroh, and Daniel Dae Kim plays Fire Lord Ozai.

Kim will run the show, be an executive producer, and write for the series. Rideback’s Dan Lin, Lindsey Liberatore, and Michael Goi will also be executive producers. Roseanne Liang is a co-executive producer, and Jabbar Raisani, Goi, and Roseanne Liang will all be directors.

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Where to Watch The Last Airbender?

Cast of the Last Airbender

1. Netflix

Netflix has all three seasons of the show, and users can try it for free for 30 days. Netflix is a service that lets you rent movies and TV shows for as little as $8.99 per month. The huge streaming service even lets users tell it what they want to watch, and it has added a lot of international content.

2. Amazon Prime Video

With Amazon Prime’s 30-day free trial, you can watch all three seasons of Avatar: The Last Airbender for free over the course of seven days. After that, Prime’s streaming service costs $12.99 per month, but users can choose to only get NickHits for only $7.99 per month.

3. YouTube

YouTube has all of the seasons of the show, which you can buy in either Standard Definition or High Definition. Users can choose to buy an episode for $1.99, a season for $21.99, or the whole series for $49.99.

4. Apple TV

iTunes can be put on almost any computer, laptop, or mobile device for free, but the full series of the show will cost $59.99 to watch on iTunes.

When you pay $5 a month or $50 a year for an Apple TV subscription, you can buy Avatar: The Last Airbender and a variety of other animated shows like Naruto, Young Justice, and Spider-Man. If you don’t have to worry about money, this could be a good choice because it would be convenient to have your own library of shows.

5. Vudu

Vudu is a free website that lets people buy or rent content. It is owned by Fandango Media. Even though Vudu has a good number of free movies and TV shows, Avatar: The Last Airbender is not one of them. The series can be bought for the same prices as the other streaming services or apps on this list. However, Vudu is probably the least popular option, mostly because people don’t know what it is.