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Netflix fans SLAM Avatar: The Last Airbender’s series script and brand it a ‘turd sandwich’ after the eight-part adaptation finally hit streaming

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Netflix fans criticized the script for the new Avatar: The Last Airbender series after its release on Thursday.

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Netflix fans criticized the script for the new Avatar: The Last Airbender series after it finally arrived on the streaming service on Thursday.

All eight episodes of the show were released on the platform more than six years after it was first announced and have already divided fans.

Despite the long wait, fans were horrified by the script and took to X, formerly Twitter, to express their frustration.

One upset user wrote: ‘But the changes they made to Netflix’s The Last Airbender don’t make sense.

‘I mean, it’s a lot better than that shitty show M. Night put out years ago, but just in its action and actors. The script is a shit sandwich.’

Netflix fans criticized the script for the new Avatar: The Last Airbender series after its release on Thursday.

Netflix fans criticized the script for the new Avatar: The Last Airbender series after its release on Thursday.

All eight episodes of the show were released on the streaming platform, more than six years after it was first announced.

All eight episodes of the show were released on the streaming platform, more than six years after it was first announced.

All eight episodes of the show were released on the streaming platform, more than six years after it was first announced.

Another was dissatisfied with the changes shown in the last series.

They wrote: ‘That first episode of Netflix’s Avatar: The Last Airbender is tough. I’m totally willing to change things and do some things differently, but the changes have to make sense.

“Everything looks as it should and the music sounds great, but the line and script are shaky at best.”

A third added: “Just started watching the new Avatar The Last Airbender on Netflix. What a boring intro narration. The intro is literally something I look forward to every time.”

“Why change ‘Long A Long Time Ago’ to ‘For Millennia’ argh.”

A fellow viewer was also disappointed with the live-action remake of the show, stating, “I was 90% sure this was going to fail the moment they abandoned the script and focused on activism.”

“They’ve tried twice to make Avatar Last Airbender live-action, and twice they’ve failed.”

Another user was exasperated by the writers’ decision to explain how the show’s Avatar was reincarnated.

They wrote: ‘The first few introductory minutes of Avatar Last Airbender explain step by step how the Avatar is reincarnated. Because? Couldn’t they have included that in the script like in the original show?

Despite the long wait, fans were horrified by the script and took to X, formerly Twitter, to express their frustration.

Despite the long wait, fans were horrified by the script and took to X, formerly Twitter, to express their frustration.

Despite the long wait, fans were horrified by the script and took to X, formerly Twitter, to express their frustration.

Avatar follows a young monk named Aang, who is the last surviving ‘Airbender’ and is the eighth reincarnation of the Avatar, the human embodiment of light and peace, although he does not know it.

Originally a Nickelodeon cartoon that aired from 2005 to 2008, this Netflix adaptation marks the second live-action remake of Avatar: The Last Airbender following the 2010 feature film The Last Airbender.

The Netflix series has a relatively unknown cast, except for Daniel Dae Kim, who plays the main antagonist, Fire Lord Ozai.

The protagonist Aang is played by Gordon Comier, his friends Katara and Sokka by Kiawentiio and Ian Ousley respectively, the antagonist Prince Zuko by Dallas Liu, his sister Princess Azula by Elizabeth Yu and his uncle Iroh by Paul Sun-Hyung Lee.

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