What’s on Netflix in August 2020
After the July blockbuster, August on Netflix looks a little quieter – unless you’re a fan of Avatar: The Last Airbender , in which case you are no doubt incredibly excited that all four
seasons of the sequel series The Legend of Korra to this Nickelodeon anime-inspired hit will hit the streamer on August 14 ( Avatar: The Last Airbender hit Netflix in May, starting a record 58 days as one of the streamer’s most watched programs). began airing on Nickelodeon in 2012, has received fan acclaim and critical praise for its beautiful animations and tackling complex political and environmental themes. He also pushed the boundaries of diverse representations of race, gender, and sexual orientation in children’s programs.
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Despite all this, it hasn’t quite replicated the success of its predecessor (which was turned into a game not to talk about in 2010). The plummeting ratings in season three saw the fourth and final being uploaded from the main Nickelodeon channel to its sister channel Nicktoons. And while he has since found an audience through streaming, it has always been a bit tricky to find on the Internet: until now, only the first two seasons have been available on CBS All Access; if you wanted to watch all four, you’d have to subscribe to Nick Heats’ Amazon Prime channel. However, now the ATLA and TLOK fandoms can finally merge on Netflix as the service is hosting all seasons of both series, no doubt it will help gather an audience for the live avatar reboot expected at ??? (this is the release date of everything that was produced when the pandemic broke out). Otherwise, the biggest callouts from this month’s Netflix originals list are Season 5 of Lucifer and the new superhero film Project Power, starring Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon. Levitt and written by Mattson Tomlin, co-creator of the upcoming Batman film directed by Robert Pattinson. The plot is based on a drug that endows people with superpowers, but only for five minutes. Here’s everything that comes and goes from Netflix in August.