Nickelodeon Debuts Book 2 of Fan-Favorite 'The Legend of Korra' Tonight at 7:00p.m

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September 13th, 2013

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via press release:

Nickelodeon Debuts Book 2 of Fan-Favorite The Legend of Korra Friday, Sept. 13, at 7:00p.m. (ET/PT) Followed by All-New Episodes of Popular Animated Series, Sanjay and Craig, Rabbids Invasion and Monsters vs. Aliens

On Friday, Sept. 13, at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT, The Legend of Korra returns with Book 2: “Spirits” which takes place six months after the end of Book 1.  In the one-hour premiere of “Rebel Spirit/The Southern Lights," Korra struggles to find a deeper connection with the Spirit World as she and the gang attend a Southern Water Tribe festival. Then, Korra and Chief Unalaq journey into a dangerous maelstrom and find a source of great spiritual power.

Fans can head to to play the recently launched game, Legend of Korra Book 2: Dark Into Light to help Korra fight against dark spirits and enemies encountered through various levels, trying to bring light and balance back to the environment. Legend of Korra Book 2: Dark Into Light is also available on the Emmy-award winning Nick App and Nickelodeon’s HTML5 mobile games hub at  Additionally, a complete Book 1 video recap will be available to download for free on iTunes Sept. 14.  From leaving her home in the Southern Water Tribe to quickly putting her Avatar skills to the test, and finally facing Amon and the Equalists, get ready to relive the exciting adventures of Avatar Korra in this complete Book 1 recap!

The fun continues on Saturday, Sept. 14 at 10:30a.m. ET/PT when Sanjay and Craig returns with an all-new episode “Muscle C.O.P.S./Cold Hard Cash.” In “Muscle C.O.P.S.,” Sanjay grows giant calf muscles and joins a peculiar police force. Then in “Cold Hard Cash,” Craig risks his life to help his best bud find a frozen treasure.  Then at 11:30a.m. (ET/PT), Rabbids Invasion returns with “Fast Food Rabbid,” where the Rabbids discover a drive-thru intercom.  Next in “Rabbids Against the Machine,” the wacky creatures discover vending machines. Then in “Ring! Bwaah!” the Rabbids uncover a discarded cellphone.

Finally, a strange alien comes to Earth in a new half-hour episode of Monsters vs. Aliens, premiering at 12:00p.m. (ET/PT). In the episode “Vornicarn,” a new alien, Sta’abi, is in search of a ferocious beast called Vornicarn. Soon, everyone is on a chase in order to save the planet from Vornicarn’s terror. However, much to the friends of Area Fifty-Something’s surprise, Sta’abi has her own plans for the alien pet.

  • David

    Raving rabbits and monsters vs aliens are not popular, and I hope this wont be permante for rabbits and monsters. Smart move for nickelodeon not premiering korra with Jessie, because korra might actually loose viewers, while korra has a big fan base, Jessie has a huge fan base when it comes to children which is what Disney channel is all about, I’m not the biggest fan of Jessie, but children seem to love it, anyway good thing it’s not together

  • Johnny

    Disney channel and nickelodeon secretly love each other!

  • Daniel

    I agree @johnny Disney and nick are probable secretly working together to get rid of cartoon Newtown for good then the real battle happens lol

  • merrrranga


    next thing you’re going to tell me is that coke & pepsi and microsoft & apple somehow enjoy some kind of symbiotic relationship!

  • loniil

    @merrrranga technically yes, competition is what helps brands make even more money, if apple and microsoft and google were not in competition do you think they would make making the money they have? competition motivates companies to do more and to innovate more, just like tv networks. without competition they are boring, Disney and nick are just like brother and sister trying to make more money in a lemonade stand

  • merrranga

    @loniil i’m sorry my sarcasm was unclear.

    i find it funny so many people are surprised when these companies do things that benefit the other (most recently pepsi turning in the coke recipe thieves) but even back when coke turned down the offer to buy pepsi when they were going under in the ’20’s.

  • loniil

    @merrranga sorry lol

  • Aaron

    When legend of korra was released last night, I only got a re-run of Out Of the Past. WTF nickelodeon?

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