LEGO STAR WARS         LEGO SUPER HEROES         LEGO NINJAGO         LEGO FRIENDS         LEGO DISNEY         LEGO ELVES         LEGO MINIFIGURES         LEGO GAMES         LEGO BOOKS

Watch LEGO Nexo Knights Season 1-3 episodes

by admin on April 22, 2017

in Other LEGO Themes

The LEGO Nexo Knights animated television series has been at its third season this year, and it’s quite an enjoyable show, with a good story and beautiful animation. It follows the adventures of five young knights (Clay, Aaron, Lance, Princess Macy, and Axl), who protect the kingdom of Knighton from Monstrox (an evil wizard who lives inside magic books), Jestro (the former court jester who comes under the influence of Monstrox), and vast armies of monsters. While the story sounds like a pretty standard tale with knights fighting evil forces, a unique twist of LEGO Nexo Knights is that it combines medieval and futuristic elements – sort of like LEGO Ninjago, but instead of ninjas we get knights. 🙂

The first season of the LEGO Nexo Knights TV show aired at the beginning of 2016, the second season at the fall of 2016, and the third season at the beginning of 2017. Each season contains ten episodes, and each episode is about 20 minutes long. If you didn’t catch the episodes on Cartoon Network, they are also available on LEGO’s YouTube channel. However, because the channel is not organized very well, I thought to put together a comprehensive playlist of all the episodes in one place. So, in the playlists below, you can watch all ten episodes of Season 1, Season 2, and Season 3. That’s a total of about 600 minutes, or ten hours of entertainment! Enjoy!

LEGO NEXO KNIGHTS SEASON 1: In this season we get introduced to the kingdom of Knighton, the royal family, the knights who are just graduating from the Knights Academy, and Merlok 2.0, the digital wizard who helps the knights defeat evil by sending them Nexo Powers. The story of the badguys is also established, with Jestro getting under the influence of Monstrox via the Book of Monsters and unleashes an army of Lava Monsters. Watch all ten episodes of the below.

LEGO NEXO KNIGHTS SEASON 2: The struggle between the knights and Monstrox (through the body of Jestro) continues during this season, with lots of adventures and surprising twists and turns. Watch all ten episodes of the season below.

LEGO NEXO KNIGHTS SEASON 3: In this season, Monstrox takes the form of a storm cloud and raises an army of lightning-infused Stone Monsters (thus the characteristic dark-gray and purple color-scheme of the 2017 LEGO Nexo Knights sets). There are so many awesome evil forces in this episode, like the Forbidden Power of Relentless Rust, the Forbidden Power of Ravaging Rot, and the Colossus of Ultimate Destruction (I really like those names!). However the knights get battle suits and upgraded powers to fight them all. Watch all ten episodes of the season below.

As you can see, LEGO Nexo Knights is quite a developed story that not just kids, but even older LEGO fans can enjoy for a little relaxation and fun. The episodes also give you a better understanding of the very unusual LEGO Nexo Knights sets that combine traditional LEGO Castle with futuristic vehicles, unusual characters, and interesting colors. There is a lot to like in these sets. You can find the currently available selection under the LEGO Nexo Knights section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? How do you like the LEGO Nexo Knights story? And how do you think it compares to LEGO Ninjago and LEGO Legends of Chima? Do you have any of the LEGO Nexo Knights sets? Which one is your favorite? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below! 😉

And you might also like to check out the following related posts:

{ 12 comments… read them below or add one }

Legostuff71 April 22, 2017 at 12:15 PM

It took me a while to start liking the NEXO knights, but after watching a couple of episodes I started to warm up to the characters. I guess want through me was the space and knights combined it didn’t seem to make sense ( then again since when does imagination make sense). So, now I am into it and looking foreword to the summer sets.

Reply

admin April 22, 2017 at 3:02 PM

I was reading on Brickset that the summer sets may get canceled, but this is just a rumor at this point. I thought there were some nice sets coming up. I especially like the badguy sets. 😈

Reply

Legostuff71 April 22, 2017 at 5:12 PM

I read that to . I was getting really concerned about to a point where I called the LEGO customer service number and asked what’s going on . As always they didn’t have a clue as to if it’s true or not , but, would look into it to find out. So, here’s my dilemma do I get as much of the NEXO knights sets as possible or do I wait and see what happens. Is it definitely just a rumor? The monsters are bigger and meaner looking ( which is awesome). As well as the knights kingdom ? ( is that what it’s called)? So, summer wave is a must have.

Reply

Håkan April 22, 2017 at 8:26 PM

I just got two Clay minifigs from my friend, one each for me and my nephew. His friend had managed to save a bunch of magazine gift polybags, from unsold magazines being returned for recycling… The small build was unexpectedly advanced for such a small polybag, so I wonder whether the instructions were included in the magazine…

https://brickset.com/sets/NEX271712-1/Clay

Also a Friends Bear that has decided to skip hibernating…

https://brickset.com/sets/FR561701-1/Bear-in-Cave

(Although it needs mentioning that hugging a bear cub like that might not be recommended procedure, in case the mother is nearby…)

Reply

admin April 22, 2017 at 8:55 PM

LEGO’s regular customer service is really not up-to-date on information like that. I’m fairly certain that if the theme gets discontinued, they sets will be heavily discounted both directly from LEGO and from retailers. Just like we have seen with Chima, Bionicle, etc. If the summer sets don’t get released at all, there is really not much we can do to get them.

Reply

Håkan April 22, 2017 at 9:43 PM

On Brickset, Huw later redacted the rumor, though. So it appears that at least the summer sets will be released. Although it’s still too early to tell what would happen in 2018 or 2019…

Reply

admin April 23, 2017 at 10:56 AM

Oh, interesting! I haven’t read that yet. I’m out of town until the end of the month, so I depend on you guys to keep up to date with news and stuff. 😉

BTW, I know there is a comment from you pending from yesterday, but I can’t approve it as I don’t have a secure connection to log in. It went under moderation because it has a couple of links. If you keep a comment to one link max it should go through.

Reply

Håkan April 23, 2017 at 2:50 PM

That sounds weird…

In that case, I might have to pretend it’s an extremely interesting and informative comment, just to annoy all the other readers who cannot see it…

Reply

admin April 23, 2017 at 10:35 PM

Limiting comment to one link is a safety feature to keep spammers out. Normally it is perfectly fine to include more, as I can approve them pretty fast, but since I’m stuck on a ship right now with no secure connection, I can’t do it. I can still read your comments though, even the non-approved hidden ones. 😀

Reply

Legostuff71 April 22, 2017 at 9:18 PM

Oh , well . What will be will be. Of course right now I ‘m focused on May fourth and what ever fun stuff comes with it. Oh, I did buy that book you told me about ” the LEGO ANIMATION book” . This might just work for me . (ideas are jumping in my brain). Speaking of CHIMA did you ever notice that NEXO knights are doing the same thing as CHIMA was doing all vehicles represent the character that uses them. With CHIMA it was the animal and with NEXO knights it’s their weapons.

Reply

admin April 22, 2017 at 9:34 PM

Oh, cool! Let me know how you like the book! I did write a review about it, and will publish it sometime next week. (I’m out of town right now.) Yes, exactly! The Nexo vehicles have been representing weapons from the very first wave. They are really cool designs. Personally, I like the badguys more because of the color-scheme, but the designs of the good guy vehicles is very creative.

Reply

Legostuff71 April 23, 2017 at 12:27 AM

I agree, this time I am routing for the bad guys. Of course if you watched one the more recent episodes the bad guys aren’t so bad after all. I love the gargoyles and jestro is still a very weak villain . I think he should be darker and much more evil. ( o.k. So there’s that evil cloud that can probably be taken out if Axl sneezed on it).

Reply

Leave a Comment

Subscribe to Comments Feed

Previous post:

Next post: