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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Market Travelability
Global Travelability indicates how well a title performs internationally relative to its home market
The Legend Of Korra’s
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Average Demand for The Legend Of Korra is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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The Legend Of Korra ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means The Legend Of Korra has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

Taking place 70 years after the events of "Avatar: The Last Airbender," this story follows the adventures of the Avatar after Aang - a passionate, rebellious, and fearless teenage girl from the Southern Water Tribe named Korra. With three of the four elements under her belt (Earth, Water, and Fire), Korra seeks to master the final element, Air. Her quest leads her to the epicenter of the modern "Avatar" world, Republic City - a metropolis that is fueled by steampunk technology. It is a virtual melting pot where benders and non-benders from all nations live and thrive. However, Korra discovers that Republic City is plagued by crime as well as a growing anti-bending revolution that threatens to rip it apart. Under the tutelage of Aang's son, Tenzin, Korra begins her airbending training while dealing with the dangers at large.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: April 14, 2012

Also Known As: Avatar: the Legend of Korra, La Légende de Korra |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

friendship
martial arts
buddhism
asia

Company Credits

Production Co: Ginormous Madman, Nickelodeon Animation Studios

Cast

Caitlin Carmichael
as Tuyen
Andrea Romano
as Innkeeper
Steven Yeun
as Wan
David Faustino
as Mako
Dee Bradley Baker
as Naga/Pabu/Oogi/Additional Voices/Tarrlok/Bum-Ju/Poki/Pepper/Baby Bison/Helmsman/Juji/Mula/Additional Animals/Animal Gaggle/Bull Frog/Bunny Spirits/Butler/Camels/Cow Hippo/Dog/Earth Empire Captain/Evacuee/Juicy/Lefty/Lemur/Lemurs/Pyrotechnics Guy/Radio Host/Spirits/Sugar Glider/White Lotus guard #1
J.K. Simmons
as Tenzin/Additional Voices
Andrew Gentile
as Council Page/Additional Voices/Metalbender Officer/Police Clerk #1
Jim Meskimen
as Daw/Baatar/Guard/Air Acolyte/Bathroom Attendent/Conductor/Driver/Guard Post Soldier/Hunter #1/Kuruk/Mecha-Suit/Police Dispatcher/Red Lotus Guard #2/Reporter #1/Sentry/Spirit One/Train Conductor
Sunil Malhotra
as Prince Wu/Guard/Mecha-Suit #1/White Lotus guard #2
Mindy Sterling
as Lin Beifong/Additional Voices/Fire Nation Councilwoman/Shop Owner
Max Charles
as Skeptical Spirit
Janet Varney
as Korra/Additional Voices/May
John Michael Higgins
as Varrick/Bandit Leader/Front Desk Clerk/Guard #3/Tourist #1
Jason Marsden
as Huan/Aye-Aye/Guy #1/Settler
S. Scott Bullock
as Two Toed Ping
Peter Giles
as Ghazan/Guard #1
Dante Basco
as General Iroh
Susan Silo
as Yin
Serena Williams
as Female Sage
Jim Cummings
as Deep Voice Narrator/Karu/Lion Turtle/Hunter #3/Rebel
Cora Baker
as Young Korra
Morgan Gingerich
as Light Spirit
Michael Dante DiMartino
as Equalist Guard/Man in Audience
Clyde Kusatsu
as Additional Voices
Greg Cipes
as Tu/Cousin
Spencer Garrett
as President Raiko/Guard/Lookout/Male Bandit/Soldier
Adrian LaTourelle
as Unalaq/Unavaatu/Additional Voices/Young Unalaq
Gary Cole
as Dai Li Sergeant/Rich Man
Stephen Stanton
as Air Lion Turtle/Old Wan
Amy Gross
as Ginger
Kate Higgins
as Toph Beifong/Additional Voices
Chris Hardwick
as Sokka
Alex McKenna
as Senna/Additional Voices
Tom Kane
as Judge Hotah
Darcy Rose Byrnes
as Ikki/Additional Voices
Nicholas Braico
as Kind Spirit #2/Young Tarrlok
Eva Marie Saint
as Katara
George Coe
as Toza
Wade Williams
as Ship Captain
Bryan Konietzko
as Equalist Guard
Skyler Brigmann
as Kai
Marcus Toji
as Wing/Wei/Little Chou
Nika Futterman
as Ahnah
Rami Malek
as Tahno
Anne Heche
as Suyin Beifong
Nolan North
as Rebel Leader/Additional Voices/Metalbender Cop
Barbara Goodson
as Shaman
Zelda Williams
as Kuvira
Lisa Edelstein
as Kya
Carlos Alazraqui
as Protestor/Chow/Yung/Earth Kingdom Guard/Otaku/Radio Operator/Royal Guard/Royal Guard #3/Ruffled Police Officer/Rustler/Tonraq/Train Guard/Uncle
Amy Hill
as Additional Voices/Air Acolyte
Daniel Dae Kim
as Hiroshi Sato
Grey Griffin
as Ming-Hua/Dark Spider Spirit/Intense Woman/Kuon's Wife/Spirit Mushroom/Young Lin
James Sie
as Abbot Shung/Lau Gan-Lan
Rick Zieff
as Gang/Assistant Director
Jason Harris
as Ring Announcer/Evil Unalaq/Additional Voices/Assistant Director/Automatons/Movie President Raiko
Zach Callison
as Skoochy/Tarrlok - Age 11
Michael Yurchak
as Viper/Additional Voices
Keone Young
as Northern Soldier/Additional Voices
Kiernan Shipka
as Jinora/Additional Voices
Richard Epcar
as Saikhan/Additional Voices/Husband/Two Toed Ping/Warehouse Worker
April Stewart
as Raava/Fire Lord Izumi
Bailey Gambertoglio
as Kind Spirit #1
Jon Heder
as Ryu/Ryu's Dad
David Kaufman
as Arik
Gregg Binkley
as Kong
Jacob Bertrand
as Young Noatak
Maria Bamford
as Pema/Additional Voices/Ryu's Mom/Air Acolyte Woman/Buttercup Raiko/Elderly Woman/Fan Girl/Female Airbender/Police Clerk #2/Radio Operator/Reporter #3
James Remar
as Tonraq
Stephen Root
as Hobo/Phonograph Vendor/White Lotus Leader
Alexander Martella
as Noatak - Age 14
Alyson Stoner
as Opal/Female Bandit
Keythe Farley
as Captain/Dai Li Agent
Robert Morse
as Governor
Tom Kenny
as Additional Voices/Referee
Michael Donovan
as Mayor
P.J. Byrne
as Bolin
Ashley Boettcher
as Kuon's Daughter
Jonathan Adams
as Vaatu/Unavaatu/Additional Voices/Northern Soldier/Security Guard
Maurice LaMarche
as Aiwei/Chef/Additional Voices/Defense Attorney/Equalists Announcer/Guard #2/Tavern Owner
Jeff Bennett
as Shiro Shinobi - Radio Broadcaster/Additional Voices/Fishmonger/Guard/Air Acolyte/Air Bandit/Bailiff/Carnival Barker/Co-Pilot/Engineer/Excited Man/Gangster/Guard #1/Head Soldier/Helmsman/Jim/Kuon/Man/News Reporter/Northern General/Northern Guardsman/Officer/Pilot/Police Officer/Prisoner/Promoter/Random Spirit #1/Reporter #2/Ring Announcer/Royal Guard #2/Seedy Guy/Solider #2/White Lotus
Logan Wells
as Meelo
Lance Henriksen
as Lieutenant
Stephanie Sheh
as Zhu Li/Boy/Girl/Rohan
Kristy Wu
as P'Li
Fisher Stevens
as Shady Shin
David Thomas
as Additional Voices
Philece Sampler
as Toph Beifong/Vendor/Woman
Chris Hill
as Daw's Brother/Fruithog/Reporter #2
Mitchell Whitfield
as Gun/Conductor/Engineer/Royal Guard #1/Waiter
Dave Thomas
as Additional Voices
Henry Rollins
as Zaheer
Roger Jackson
as Male Nomad
Matthew Willig
as Muscly Man
Joaquim Dos Santos
as Mako's Fan
Hector Elizondo
as Wan Shi Tong
Andrew Kishino
as Big Chou/Townsman
Steve Blum
as Amon/Additional Voices/Baraz/Crazy Yao/Hunter #2/Red Lotus Guard #1/Spirit Frog
Richard Riehle
as Bumi/Additional Voices
Pat Fraley
as Gombo
Jason Charles Miller
as Guard #2/Guy in Crowd/Leader
Joey Richter
as Hong Li
Jayne Taini
as Queen Hou-Ting/Aunt
Bruce Davison
as Lord Zuko/Guard
Tim Hedrick
as Roh-Tan
Justin Prentice
as Jaya
Travis Willingham
as Ganbat/Huntsman/Random Spirit #2
James Garrett
as Roku
D.B. Sweeney
as Aang
Clancy Brown
as Additional Voices/Yakone
Seychelle Gabriel
as Asami Sato
Aubrey Plaza
as Eska
Greg Baldwin
as Uncle Iroh/Additional Voices/Looter/Soldier #1
Aaron Himelstein
as Desna
Todd Haberkorn
as Baatar Jr.
Jason Isaacs
as Commander Zhao
Jennifer Hale
as Kyoshi
Mark Allan Stewart
as Lu
Kevin Michael Richardson
as Additional Voices/Butakha/Doorman/Lightning Bolt Zolt/Old Salt
Michaela Jill Murphy
as Young Suyin
Paul Nakauchi
as Acupuncturist/Chou the Elder
Sean Gantka
as Additional Voices/Greenhorn/Hasook

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2012 | 12 Episodes

Season 2

2013 | 14 Episodes

Season 3

2014 | 13 Episodes

Season 4

2014 | 13 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

IGN Summer Movie Awards 2012

Nominee

IGN Summer Movie Awards

Best TV Series

Winner

IGN Summer Movie Awards

Best TV Animated Series

Winner

IGN Summer Movie Awards

Best TV Animated Series

Nominee

IGN Summer Movie Awards

Best TV Hero

Annie Awards 2013

Nominee

Annie Awards

Best Animated Television Production for Children

Nominee

Annie Awards

Character Design in an Animated Television or Other Broadcast Venue Production

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