The other day, Nickelodeon revealed just when The Legend of Korra, the sequel series to Avatar: The Last Airbender, would premiere as it debuts next month on the network. While the prospects of the highly popular series are just as equal for the sequel, Nickelodeon has proposed an interesting concept some 24 hours later. You can see the full first episode online before it airs…but there’s a catch.
Nickelodeon has debuted the new viral websiteKorraNation.com, and vows that if they can get 100,000 combined new likes, tweets, and shares, the pilot will be revealed in full early online. If successful, the episode will air online three to four weeks before the initial series premiere.
The series is set to begin April 14th at 11AM on Nickelodeon, but this movement could certainly open up new possibilities for fans of the series. No doubt the fans have played a large part in the hype of the upcoming series, and perhaps why the network is doing this as well is due to the leaks the pilot episode has suffered from. Nevertheless, it seems interesting, and certainly an effort where every little bit helps.