“Nothing but boring exposition”: Avatar the Last Airbender’s Episode Runtime has Percy Jackson Fans Furiously Asking for Justice

Episode runtime disparity as Percy Jackson fans demand equality amidst Avatar's lengthy episodes, citing boring exposition.

"Nothing but boring exposition": Avatar the Last Airbender's Episode Runtime has Percy Jackson Fans Furiously Asking for Justice


  • Percy Jackson fans advocate for fair treatment in episode duration compared to Avatar: The Last Airbender.
  • Fans express discontent over differing episode lengths, sparking passionate discussions and venting on social platforms.
  • Netflix's Avatar: The Last Airbender adaptation features Gordon Cormier as Aang in an epic quest for balance and peace.
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Fans of Avatar: The Last Airbender and Percy Jackson and the Olympians are buzzing with debate over episode lengths. While Avatar’s episodes run long, Percy Jackson’s are notably shorter. This has sparked heated discussions among fans, with Percy Jackson supporters calling for fair treatment.

Avatar the Last Airbender
Avatar the Last Airbender (Credit: Instagram: avatarnetflix)

They argue that both series should have similar episode durations for a balanced viewing experience. This clash highlights the ongoing debate about the ideal length for captivating storytelling in the world of mythical adventures. 

Percy Jackson And The Olympians Fans Seek Fairness In Avatar’s Episode Duration

Percy Jackson and the Olympians fans aren’t happy about how their show’s episodes compare to Avatar: The Last Airbender. They’ve noticed that Avatar’s episodes are much longer, and it’s got them feeling pretty frustrated.


Over on Netflix, the first season of Avatar: The Last Airbender is about to drop, and fans are buzzing about the episode titles and how long each one is. There are eight episodes in total, and they vary in length. Some are over an hour, while others are closer to 45 minutes.

Here’s the episode runtime for Netflix’s Avatar: The Last Airbender:

Episode 1: The Last Airbender (1h, 1min)


Episode 2: Warriors (48 min)

Episode 3: Omashu (52 min)

Episode 4: Into the Dark (55 min)


Episode 5: Spirited Away (50 min)

Episode 6: Masks (56 min)

Episode 7: The North (44 min)


Episode 8: Legends (55 min)

This difference in episode lengths has sparked some serious discussions among fans. They’re arguing that both shows should get equal treatment when it comes to episode duration. It’s only fair, right?

These discussions have even spilled over onto social media, where fans are venting their frustrations. One fan (devilmayshart) didn’t mince words, saying,


“Those 35min episodes with nothing but boring exposition and then five mins of credits tacked on was for some sh*t.”

Others have been sharing similar sentiments.


Meanwhile, let’s take a closer look at the cast of the Avatar Netflix series. There are some big names involved, like Gordon Cormier as Avatar Aang, Kiawentiio as Katara, and Ian Ousley as Sokka.

(2024)Avatar the Last Airbender and Percy Jackson and the Olympians
(2024) Avatar: The Last Airbender and Percy Jackson and the Olympians (Credit: Rappler and THR)

Plus, there’s Dallas Liu as Prince Zuko, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee as General Iroh, and Daniel Dae Kim as Fire Lord Ozai. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg! With such a talented cast, fans are eager to see how they bring their favorite characters to life.

But back to the episode-length debate. It’s not just about fairness; it’s also about the viewing experience. Fans want to be able to immerse themselves in their favorite shows without feeling like they’re getting short-changed. And who can blame them?

As the discussions continue to heat up, it’s clear that this is an issue that won’t be going away anytime soon. But, at least it’s got people talking, right? And who knows? Maybe all this chatter will lead to some changes down the line.


So, whether you’re a Percy Jackson fan, an Avatar aficionado, or just someone who enjoys a good debate, keep your eyes peeled. Because when it comes to episode lengths, it seems like everyone has an opinion.

All The Details On Netflix’s Avatar: The Last Airbender Adaptation

Avatar: The Last Airbender
A scene from Netflix’s Avatar: The Last Airbender (Credit: Netflix)

Get ready for the lowdown on Netflix’s Avatar: The Last Airbender adaptation. Fans are buzzing as details roll in about this upcoming series. A live-action version of Avatar: The Last Airbender is heading to Netflix soon! Let’s know everything we know about this beloved cartoon-turned-live-action show.

Based on the popular Nickelodeon cartoon, Avatar: The Last Airbender stars Cormier as Aang, a brave 12-year-old who’s also the Avatar, the master of all four elements.


He’s responsible for keeping balance and peace in the world, but it’s not an easy job. Aang’s a natural at airbending, but he struggles with his duties while trying to hold onto his playful spirit.

A still from Netflix's Avatar: The Last Airbender
A still from Netflix’s Avatar: The Last Airbender (credit: Netflix)

According to Netflix Tudum, the story goes like this: The world used to be peaceful, with the Avatar keeping harmony among the four nations. But when the Fire Nation attacked and wiped out the Air Nomads, everything changed.

With the Avatar missing, hope is dwindling. That is until Aang, the last Air Nomad, wakes up and realizes he’s the new Avatar.


With his friends Sokka and Katara, he sets out on a thrilling adventure to save the world from Fire Lord Ozai. But they’ll have to watch out for Prince Zuko, who’s determined to capture them.

Avatar: The Last Airbender premieres on Netflix on February 22, 2024. 


Written by Muskan Chaudhary

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Muskan Chaudhary, Junior Content Writer at Fandom wire. Having completed her degree in Commerce, she has written over 500 articles spanning FandomWire and Animated Times in the pop culture. She is dedicated to bring the latest and informative content from the entertainment world, thus expanding her knowledge in the field. Apart from her contributions to FandamWire, she has a keen interest in video games, sketching and playing tennis.