Several episodes of The Legend of Korra season 3 have leaked online, leading to a plethora of episode titles and spoilery screenshots.
In an occurrence which, after some reflection, should surprise no one, several early episodes The Legend of Korra season 3 have leaked online – in Spanish.
Though details on the leak are still extremely murky, it appears that Nickelodeon’s affiliate in Mexico, MundoNick, accidentally released the episodes some time on Saturday. The episodes of “Book 3: Change” are dubbed in Spanish, and were presumably not meant to be disseminated to the public until a much later date.
But fans of the Avatar universe are an eagle-eyed bunch, and the leaked episodes were rapidly consumed by enterprising fans. Though the incriminating links have apparently been removed from the internet, a breathtaking number of inexpressibly spoilerific screenshots have been taken from these early episodes of The Legend of Korra season 3. Other Spanish-speaking fans have translated and summarized the events of the leaked episodes. We caution any and all curious fans to proceed cautiously with any material from The Legend of Korra season 3.
Those fans who prefer a taste (rather than the entire bucketful) of spoilery information on The Legend of Korra season 3 may highlight the section below, where they will find only the exciting titles of the first six episodes of Book 3.
Episode 1: “A Breath of Fresh Air”
Episode 2: “Rebirth”
Episode 3: “The Earth Queen
Episode 4: “In Harm’s Way”
Episode 5: “The Metal Clans”
Episode 6: “Old Wounds”
The news of the leak is rather ironic, given that co-creator Mike DiMartino only recently announced that all work had recently been completed on The Legend of Korra season 3. Otherwise, there is little news about when the highly-anticipated season will air (in a legal and legitimate fashion) on Nickelodeon.
Still, fans can always revisit “Book 2: Spirits” when the season 2 DVD and Blu-ray are released on July 1.
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