There will come a time when the series Avatar: Another Airbender Netflix is leaving. This is Nickelodeon President and CEO Brian Robbins during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
According to Robbins, the popular animated series will disappear from Netflix and move to Paramount+. This will be in the US anyway, but maybe in Europe as well at some point.
Netflix brought in the series, primarily to raise interest in the streaming service’s live broadcasts. This plan failed in part because original creators Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino left the project from Netflix due to creative differences.
They have since returned to Nickelodeon to co-found Avatar Studios with that company. Inside that company they are making a new animated series in symbol picture-Globalism. Netflix hasn’t reported anything about her project since then.
Netflix likely missed the boat in this regard, because according to Robbins it had to. “It’s no secret that we do of course. They are happy to have the content now and understand our strategy. We are very open about that.”
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