Late last week before San Diego Comic-Con kicked off fans were surprised when reports started floating around that Nickelodeon was pulling the final five episodes of "The Legend of Korra" from its Friday 8:00 p.m. time slot. Many assumed the show had been canceled due to its under whelming ratings but that rumor was quickly debunked by co-creator Bryan Konietzko who informed fans via his Tumblr page that the show was not canceled but would transition to a digital platform. 

According to both creators, Konietzko and Michael DiMartino, who spoke at "The Legend of Korra" panel at SDCC '14 Friday July 27, the plan to move Korra to digital was already something they wanted to do. However, the two were disappointed with how the fans found out. Both creators revealed that the move to digital is good for Korra as the fan base tune in more when the show was online which was noted in season two when the finale was posted to Nick's website.  

Well now that we know Korra is not going anywhere, but online, there is actually a lot more places to watch the show. Check out these sites and mediums fans of the series can use to watch "The Legend of Korra" season three. 

First of course is Nick's website and the official Nickelodeon app for iOS and Android. This is the best way to watch if you don't want to pay any money for the episodes but be warned that watching on Nick you will be subjected to commercial interruptions. Episodes will be available on at 12:00 p.m. ET every Friday starting Aug. 1. Now that it has transitioned online expect only one episode each week until the two-part finale Aug. 22.

A few of the paid options include buying the episodes individually via Amazon Instant Video, Google Play and Xbox Video. With all three of these options you have the ability to purchase an episode which begins at $1.99 ($2.99 for HD) or the entire season for only $21.99. Keep in mind with these options the episode will available after it airs on Nick's website. Another options fans have is to watch the series via Hulu. However as DiMartino points out in a Tumblr post, Hulu is a few weeks behind the other outlets so if you wanna watch right away this is probably not your best option. 

So what can fans expect from this week's all-new episode of "The Legend of Korra?" Well from the synopsis the episode seems pretty straight forward. The description for "The Stakeout" reads: "Korra learns about the group that is planning to destroy her." After the kidnap attempt on Korra in "The Terror Within" we're sure she is more than eager to learn about her captures and so are we for that matter. 

Meanwhile during SDCC '14 "The Legend of Korra" panel revealed an all-new trailer that features what's to come for the five remaining episodes. Check out all the action and bending below and make sure to use one of the option above to watch the brand new episode of Korra Friday Aug. 1.