Netflix‘s hit series Avatar: The Last Airbender has undergone a change in its creative team. Albert Kim, the showrunner who led the first season of the series, has stepped down from his role. Taking the reins for the show’s second season are Christine Boylan and Jabbar Raisani.

Boylan contributed as a co-executive producer and writer for the show’s first season. Raisani served as an executive producer, director, and visual effects supervisor on the show.


Although Kim will not retain his role as showrunner, he will remain part of Avatar: The Last Airbender as an executive producer. The Hollywood Reporter reported that Kim is expected to ink a development deal with Disney+, which includes work on the Percy Jackson series.

Avatar: The Last Airbender has been a success for Netflix, gathering a whopping 41.1 million views in just the first 11 days of its February 11 debut. Following its success, Netflix quickly announced the renewal of the series for a second and third season in March, mapped out to conclude the series’ narrative arc.


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