Julie Andrews explaining how the most famous mountain top twirl of all time was filmed.
Hey Korra Nation! Phew. Some of you may have heard versions of this news elsewhere, but here’s the official word. After this Friday’s on-air premiere of Episode 8 “The Terror Within” at 8/7c, all remaining Book 3 episodes will move to a digital rollout….
I am certainly proud to add Korra to the pantheon of TV characters, which is perpetually sorely lacking in multifaceted female characters who aren’t sidekicks, subordinates or mere trophies for male characters. The notion that she is the most potent female character you can think of, and no other comes to mind, in a time when I hear there are more TV shows in production than ever before, is pretty depressing. Hopefully, Korra and our many other dynamic female characters, including the new ones we will be introducing in Books Three and Four, will help inspire kids and adults alike, open doors for more main female characters in all media.
the best 12 seconds of the entire high school musical trilogy
Personally I think it’s much better for Korra to air online. With the way it’s been going the past few years, Nick sucks at promoting Korra, and giving it a good timeslot. I mean come on, Friday nights? In addition, a lot of my peers don’t have cable. Korra is the only cartoon we watch, why buy cable for it? By streaming on hulu and amazon they’ll make so much more profit and get the high viewings they deserve. Right now a lot of my friends have to resort to third-party websites to get a low-quality version of Korra.
My only question is this: why can’t they release Korra on television AND online? it’s a win-win situation.