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Netflix fans SLAM Avatar: The Last Airbender's series script and brand it a ... trends now

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Netflix fans have slammed the script in the new series of Avatar: The Last Airbender after it finally hit the streaming service on Thursday. 

All eight episodes of the show were released on the platform more than six years after it was first announced, and it has already divided fans.

Despite the lengthy wait, fans were appalled by the scriptwriting and took to X, formerly Twitter, to vent their frustration.

One upset user wrote: 'Bruh the changes they made in Netflix's The Last Airbender makes no sense. 

'I mean it's miles better than that s**t show M. Night put out years ago, but only in it's action and actors. The script is a turd sandwich'. 

Netflix fans have slammed the script in the new series of Avatar: The Last Airbender after it launched on Thursday

Netflix fans have slammed the script in the new series of Avatar: The Last Airbender after it launched on Thursday

All eight episodes of the show were released on the streaming platform, more than six years after it was first announced

All eight episodes of the show were released on the streaming platform, more than six years after it was first announced

Another was dissatisfied by the changes on show in the latest series. 

They wrote: 'That first episode of Netflix's Avatar: The Last Airbender is rough. I'm all in for changing things up and making some things different, but changes have to make sense. 

'Everything looks as it should and the music sounds great, but the line delivery and script is shaky at

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