The first season of Netflix's live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender has officially finished filming.

This information was verified via a post on Gordon Cormier's Instagram, who plays the series' lead.

"Wazzzz uppppp?" Cormier's message was read as he posed with Kiawentiio, Ian Ousley, and Dallas Liu, who served as his co-stars.

The series started filming back in November of last year, and the cast was, overall, very appropriate.

Daniel Dae Kim, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Lim Kay Siu, Ken Leung, Elizabeth Yu, Maria Zhang, Tamlyn Tomita, Yvonne Chapman, and Casey Camp-Horinek make up the rest of the cast along with the four young actors.

Albert Kim is the showrunner, writer, and executive producer of the television series Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, the creators of the original series, infamously departed the production on bad terms with Netflix.

Even though the first season of the show aired more than 15 years ago, Avatar: The Last Airbender continues to be a mainstay in contemporary culture. 

The series will attempt to switch to live-action for the second time in its existence; however, the less said about the M. Night Shyamalan adaptation, the better.