Lego Ninjago Season 11 Episode 24 and 25 Release Date, Streaming, and Preview
In this post, we are going to talk about Lego Ninjago season 11 episode 24 and 25 release date, streaming details, and preview. The show will be releasing a couple more episodes this week as usual, and we will be discussing more about it. But before that, we would like you to inform that the article will be full of spoilers. So, if the spoilers bother you, you should only read release date and streaming details to stay spoiler-free.
Lego Ninjago Season 11 Episode 24 and 25 Release Date
The show is now 23 episodes deep into the eleventh season, and the 24th as well as the 25th episodes will be releasing this week. The 24th and 25th episodes will be released on 11 January 2019. The previous episodes were titled ‘Kraig’s Lament,’ and ‘Secret of the Wolf.’ The next episodes are titled ‘The Last of the Formlings,’ and ‘My Enemy, My Friend.’ The average runtime of each episode of Lego Ninjago is 25 minutes.
Lego Ninjago Season 11 Episode 24 and 25 Preview
There is no official clip available for the upcoming episodes. However we do have a clip with all the season trailers of the show, which you can check out below!
Lego Ninjago Season 11 Episode 24 Streaming
The show is broadcasted on the Cartoon Network channel at 6 PM ET in the US, and is only scheduled to release on Saturdays. The show can also be streamed online on the app of Cartoon Network, as well as on the official website of the channel. Apart from that, viewers can use Hulu, Sling, and Roku to stream the show at the mentioned time.
What is the show Lego Ninjago about?
Things have been calm in Ninjago until the four Ninja heroes must go on a new dangerous journey. Lloyd Garmadon, son of their archenemy Lord Garmadon, has created a new evil. He wants to follow his father’s success, but this will put all of Ninjago in danger. The show was created by Tim Ainley, Samuel Thomas Johnson, Erik Legernes, Phil McCormick, Kurt Meysmans, Tommy Andreasen, Thomas Sebastian Fenger, Thomas Kristensen, Simon Lucas, Thomas Sørensen. The show falls under comedy, action, children, and animation genres.