Just to clarify, the image above depicts a scene from Book 1’s Color Correction Session, not Book 2’s.
When it comes to the development of Book 2, history is repeating itself. The Crew is currently hard at work on color corrections for the new season. A year ago from today the Crew was hard at work on color corrections for Book 1.
This may not seem like such a big deal, but this is most definitely a good thing. It’s a good thing for Legend of Korra fans such as us as well as the show’s creators.
History repeating itself is good for us because it means that the schedule for Book 2’s arrival should be similar to that of Book 1. It’s good for the creators because they shouldn’t have to hear fans complaining about The Legend of Korra’s absence for much longer.
With Book 2 undergoing the same process that Book 1 did last year at similar times, it’s not a stretch to assume that the rest of our wait for Book 2’s release will be similar to that of Book 1.
Last year, we received a release date and trailer for Book 1 at the Nickelodeon Upfront. Book 1 then aired in April of that year.
The fact that the Crew’s process on Book 2 is mirroring the process of Book 1 shows that they are running on a similar schedule – a schedule that released Book 1 in April.
In reality, this doesn’t really confirm anything. It’s just putting two and two together – something we’ve been attempting to do all offseason. So it’s completely up to you if you want to trust history and make bold assumptions. But let me remind you that bold assumptions and speculation is what has gotten us news so far.
So I ask you, do you trust history? I know I do.