1 Live-Action Avatar: The Last Airbender Spinoff Would Give Netflix Its Mandalorian Replacement

A Western-style spinoff show could be based on one of the supporting characters from Netflix's live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender series.

The Last Airbender's Mandalorian spinoff is the best. Its Rotten Tomatoes score is varied, but the live-action adaptation of the early 2000s cartoon series has many redeeming features.

The animated show's early streaming ratings are impressive, and given the upfront costs of casting, set design, scripting, etc., Netflix will likely create seasons for the last two seasons.

Netflix could explore Avatar's four nations if The Last Airbender makes money. Departing from the source material is difficult, yet some characters' stories during and after

The Last Airbender deserve more examination. One of Avatar: The Last Airbender's most intriguing non-benders might give Netflix its own version of Disney+'s Star Wars spinoff The Mandalorian.

June, the nation-less bounty hunter in Avatar: The Last Airbender, may be the most dangerous non-bender. June is neutral; she serves whoever pays the most for her and her shirshu Nyla, a nasty beast with a keen sense of smell. 

Arden Cho, who plays June in the Avatar live action show, is an experienced actress, singer, and model who might head her own show.June is also well-suited as an anti-hero series protagonist.

Her shirshu Nyla is deadly, but June is strong, agile, and a great hand-to-hand fighter, so she can lead action set pieces without pricey CGI. Her past is unknown, but her father, a bounty hunter, taught her fighting and tracking talents.

In recent years, critics and audiences have liked bounty hunter series like The Mandalorian and Lawmen: Bass Reeves, so a June-led spinoff should succeed too.

June might explore the four nations of Avatar in self-contained episodes, seeking a fresh bounty or going on a new adventure. She would meet known characters from The Last Airbender and introduce new ones on her travels.

June was given a larger role in season 1 of Netflix's live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender than her animation counterpart since Zuko ordered her to capture Aang. 

The one-on-one scene with Aang gave her much-needed character understanding and displayed Arden Cho's caustic humour. Following Avatar: The Last Airbender, a Mandalorian-style Western starring June makes sense.

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