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Who Stars In 'Avatar: The Last Airbender' On Netflix? Meet the Cast of the Live-Action Series Adaptation!

The live-action adaptation of the popular Nickelodeon animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender is here!

The new series debuted on Netflix on Thursday (February 21), following Aang, the young Avatar, as he learns to master the four elements (Water, Earth, Fire, Air) to restore balance to a world threatened by the terrifying Fire Nation.

Netflix’s first season of the adaptation features eight, hour-long episodes.

In case you missed it, check out the first reviews for the new series!

With the new series out, you may be wondering who the actors portraying the fan-favorite characters are and we have the scoop right here.

Click through the slideshow to meet the cast of the live action Avatar: The Last Airbender…

Jenna Ortega Teased 'Wednesday' Season 2 & Her Role in 'Beetlejuice' Sequel

Jenna Ortega teased some exciting information about the second season of Wednesday and her involvement in the Beetlejuice sequel during a conversation with Vanity Fair.

The 21-year-old actress became a fan favorite with her blunt and morbid portrayal of Wednesday Addams in Netflix’s beloved series. She’ll be back in character for the second season in the near future.

During her interview, she revealed what she knew about the show’s new season so far. Jenna explained how it would be different from the first set of episodes and addressed how she was getting ready to play the character again.

She even weighed in on if she was annoyed by people thinking that her personality matched Wednesday’s!

On the topic of Beetlejuice Beetlejuice, the long-awaited sequel to the cult classic movie, Jenna explained how she fit into the story and talked about getting back to work after the strike!

Scroll through the slideshow for the biggest takeaways from Jenna Ortega’s interview…

'Welcome to The O.C.' Book Bombshells: Mischa Barton's Shocking Exit, Adam Brody's Bad Behavior, The One Co-Star Everyone Wanted to Date, & So Much More

Fans still love The O.C. even 20 years after it first premiered!

The hit teen drama – starring Ben McKenzie, Mischa Barton, Adam Brody, Rachel Bilson, Peter Gallagher, Kelly Rowan, Melinda Clarke, Alan Dale, Autumn Reeser, Willa Holland, and Chris Carmack – ran for four seasons from 2003 to 2007 on Fox.

Just recently, Alan Sepinwall published his new book titled Welcome to the O.C.: The Oral History in which creator Josh Schwartz, executive producer Stephanie Savage, and several cast members shared some behind-the-scenes secrets from the show.

Some of the biggest bombshells revealed include the one cast member everyone wanted to date, Emma Stone auditioning for a role, a character almost getting killed off in season one, and so much more!

Welcome to the O.C.: The Oral History is out in stores now.

Browse through the slideshow for the biggest bombshells from the new book…

Barry Keoghan Alludes to Sabrina Carpenter Dating Rumors, Reveals if He Feels Objectified After Nude 'Saltburn' Scene

Barry Keoghan opened up about his love life, his friendship with Jacob Elordi and Saltburn during a conversation with Vanity Fair.

The 31-year-old actor revealed how he felt about going nude on camera. If you were unaware, the final scene in Saltburn features him dancing in the buff around a manor home.

That scene and several others in the movie sparked a great deal of conversation online, which has led to some concerns that Barry might feel objectified.

He explained how he really felt and if he had watched himself in action during the new interview.

His relationship with costar Jacob was also on the table, and Barry notably alluded to his romance with Sabrina Carpenter amid ongoing speculation about where they stand.

Scroll through the slideshow to see the biggest takeaways from Barry Keoghan’s interview…

'The Amazing Race' Season 36 Cast Revealed, Former NFL Star Among Contestants

The 36th race around the world is nearly here as we approach the next season of The Amazing Race!

The CBS reality competition show returns with new episodes in just a few weeks and all 13 teams and 26 contestants have been revealed, including a former NFL player.

This season, the race starts in “Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, where the 13 new teams must participate in a traditional Mexican rodeo and lasso their way to the finish line without coming in last.”

They will also be making their to Colombia, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and Pennsylvania state, as well as going to the Dominican Republic and Barbados for the first time.

Episodes this season will return to 90-minute episodes once again, and there will be NO non-elimination legs, meaning one team will be eliminated at the end of each leg.

Phil Keoghan returns to host and The Amazing Race season 36 premieres Wednesday, March 13th at 9:30m ET/PT on CBS, and streaming on Paramount+.

Keep reading inside to meet the teams of The Amazing Race season 36…

Colman Domingo Addresses Rumors He's Taking Over an Important Marvel Role, Talks Angus Cloud's Impact on Euphoria's Third Season

Colman Domingo spilled some tea during a conversation with Vanity Fair.

The 54-year-old Oscar nominee opened up about the third season of Euphoria, confirming that he’d be returning to the hit HBO series and sharing what he knew about it so far.

He spoke candidly about how he and his castmates have processed the death of Angus Cloud, who tragically passed away at the age of 25 in July 2023. Colman revealed that his passing affected the show’s story as well as its cast.

Colman even weighed in on the rumors that he is set to take over a previously cast role within the Marvel Cinematic Universe and revealed a major dream role that he would like to tackle at some point in his career.

Scroll through the slideshow for the biggest takeaways from Colman Domingo’s interview…

35 Stars Who Regret Their Movies & TV Roles (& The Real Reasons Why!)

Not every star is a big fan of their own work.

Over the past years, many different stars admitted in interviews that they don’t love the movie and TV roles they took on in the past…even if the roles might be some of their most profitable and well-known works to date.

Sometimes, the actors have had doubts about their performances. Or, they had bad experiences with their co-stars or directors. And in other cases, they just decided that the script wasn’t all that good looking back. In any case, they’ve all since come out and said they don’t necessarily love their appearances in certain films and TV shows.

If you’re interested in learning about other creatives who don’t care for their own work, find out which musicians don’t like their own biggest songs.

Click through to see which actors reconsidered and regretted their roles years later…