The beauty of television is that it is not restricted to the two-three hour time constraint a lot of films can be subjected to. A television series has the ability and time to tell a more in depth story and fully reveal the characters you will grow to love and hate. Every scene, every episode, every season, is meticulously planned so you get the right information at the right time. And why? So you feel something.
If a season ends in a cliff hanger, it is because the event that is in progress is critical. You are supposed to be left speculating, pulling your hair out, and worrying about what will happen next because all of this adds to the story and experience.
“Spoilers” are called spoilers for a reason. They diminish all the excitement and thrill you should feel when it matters. So please, Legend of Korra fans, if you are so impatient that you must find leaks on the internet, keep it to yourself without ruining it for those patient enough to enjoy the ride. And for pete’s sake, think about the kittens.
Photo courtesy of Bryan Konietzko, Co-Creator of Avatar: The Last Airbender and Legend of Korra. (If that isn’t enough of a hint that this needs to stop, I don’t know what is.)