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Avatar: The Last Airbender’s new fan-driven series gets a trailer

The series will dig into topics like which kind of bending is best

Avatar: The Last Airbender’s newest series is going to be a discussion show on YouTube. The new series was officially announced on Monday, along with a short trailer that gave fans a preview of the kind of topics and Avatar-themed arguments the show will be centered on.

The series will be called Avatar: Four Nations Forum, and it will feature a panel of Avatar super fans taking on some of the series’ biggest questions in a roundtable format. The trailer brings up a few specific examples, including which kind of bending is best, and which ships are everyone’s favorites.

This new show was first teased on the Avatar YouTube channel on Friday, where it was described as a new Avatar series capping off the channel’s three-day celebration of Earth Day. As fans quickly got excited about all the possibilities, the announcement was updated to let fans know that it would be a discussion show, rather than a new animated series.

While this series may not be a new entry in the Avatar universe, it isn’t the only thing that Nickelodeon has in the works for the series. Earlier this year, the newly-formed Avatar Studios announced that its first official project as a studio will be making an Avatar animated theatrical movie.

Avatar: Four Nations Forum will have eight total episodes and it’s set to premiere on the Avatar YouTube channel on April 24 at 10 a.m. EDT.

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