haha, nah it’s cool I get it. International viewers may also face the same problem of not being able to watch it so there’s a lot of pandemonium in that area of the fandom, which is completely understandable. For those that are in the same boat as you I just suggest going to a friend and or family members house or going to the library, or a eating establishment that also has free wifi (there are quite a lot of those now). If that doesn’t work for you I still wouldn’t fret because download links are always floating around soon after the episodes air. Since we’re still waiting for details I’m just trying to remain calm and openminded. For all we know a couple weeks from now we could be glad they decided to go digital…*shrugs*
For those who have never taken the time to watch this documentary, I STRONGLY urge you to do so now. It’s near ridiculous how much effort these men have put into their work, along with both the crews of atla and lok. After watching this, you will see why being pulled from the air is such a big deal.
get this shitty channel’s logo off my fucking coat.
2 quick questions…
- What time is the Legend of Korra panel tomorrow?
- Is there an official tag that people are using for LOK news or is it just #legendofkorra?!
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2 quick questions…
From documentary Avatar Spirits
I’m like probably tenth in line tbh
That moment in “The Great Divide ” when Aang just erases a century of two tribes’ history.
bryke tbh are the real life aang and sokka duo
⇒ Avatar:picspam per episode
s03e01 - The Awakening
Yes and they’re probably trying to make room for new shows. They want views. Period. They’ll keep testing the waters until they get what they want or something very close. They did the same “going digital” thing with The Winx Club, it’s not an entirely new process. They know that people still like the shows so they’ll put it them on their website and not completely cancel things just to ease tension. Then it’s on to the next. It’s not that Nick never cared because they did care at first. They were all excited for Book 1. Over time they lost interest because the views were just not enough. And it’s not that they don’t care now, because if they absolutely didn’t care then they’d just pull the plug completely. Have they been a careless? Ohhhh yeah but at the end of the day if the views were there they’d still be riding high on the Korra express. People want to put all the blame of low views on poor marketing, which makes sense but it’s also the fact that the fandom was and has been divided from the start and people lost faith in the show as it progressed and stopped watching. Or at least didn’t bother to watch at the exact time the new episodes premiered, which is when the views are counted.
If the hiatus is true (which I’m fairly certain it is) then maybe during that time Nick will change their mind and put it back on the airways. Maybe their just testing the waters to see views etc are on the internet. If it’s better they may decide to put it back on TV or keep it on the internet. Who knows. We could also use this time to encourage others to start watching the show so if they do decide to give it another go the views on the preimere surpass expectation and Nick keeps airing it.*shrugs*