Ninjago Season 15 Details On Release Date, Casting Members And Story

The animated television series “Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu” premiered in 2011 on Cartoon Network in the United States. In 2019, “Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu” was changed to “Ninjago.” The show’s initial success has allowed it to continue for more than 10 years. Since 2001, “Ninjago” has had 14 seasons, a movie, and a miniseries, and it doesn’t appear like the show will be ending anytime soon.

NINJAGO is the narrative of six ninjas who fight various evils in their world as “Elemental Masters.” For each season, the plot and opponent for the ninjas to battle are changed. The fictitious universe of Ninjago is an amalgamation of East Asian history, mythology, and current culture Even if “Ninjago” isn’t a household name like “The LEGO Movie” or the upcoming reality program “LEGO Masters,” the show has a loyal following of fans who are anxious to find out what’s next for their favourite characters in the series.

Details on Release Date

Last year’s newest season, “Ninjago: Seabound,” was released, and the first episode will premiere on April 4, 2021. Just a few months before the release of Season 14, the Lego Group produced “Ninjago: The Island,” a four-part miniseries. Ninjago: Seabound is Season 14, whereas “Ninjago: The Island” is a separate miniseries, according to Bragi Schut, the show’s chief writer since Season 10.

A new season of “Ninjago” has yet to be announced, however the tweet mentioned above also suggested that Season 15 was already in the works for May 2021. According to a previous tweet from January 2021 by co-creator Tommy Andreasen, fans will have to wait until 2022 for the new episodes of Season 15. Season 15 is likely to arrive in the first quarter of 2022, given that Season 14 was released so early in 2021. Hopefully, more formal information regarding the forthcoming season will be provided in the future.

Details on Casting Members

The main six characters have been voiced by the same performers throughout the show’s duration. Vincent Tong plays the red ninja Kai, the Fire elemental master, Michael Adamthwaite plays the blue ninja Jay, the Lightning elemental master, Kirrow plays the black ninja Cole, the Earth elemental master, Kelly Metzger plays the blue-gray ninja Nya, the Water elemental master, Brent Miller plays the white ninja Zane, the Ice elemental master, and Paul Dobson plays Master Wu. Except for Morrow, who unfortunately died away in November 2020, all of the voice actors are anticipated to return.

“Ninjago: Seabound” is likely to be his last appearance in the series. We don’t yet know what the show’s plans are for the character in the future.

Sam Vincent, who portrays Lloyd Garmadon, Mark Oliver, who plays Sensei Garmadon, Kathleen Barr, who plays Misako, and Jennifer Hayward, who plays P.I.X.A.L. are likely to return in Season 15, but the remainder of the cast might include new people that the ninjas meet on their trip.

It was reported that one new actor will be joining the cast, but Andreasen did not give any specifics other than that the character will be “one of the craziest and coolest ones [the authors have ever come up with],” according to his tweet.

Details on Story

As Nya develops her water elemental skills in Season 14, the plot revolves on a mythological creature that lives in the depths of the ocean. When it comes to saving everyone, Nya must become one with the water. This means she must give up her capacity to remain on land with the other ninjas. For the time being, Andreasen suggested that her narrative was not over. In the upcoming season, the ninjas’ elemental powers will be explored in greater depth, but it’s not clear what adversaries or other difficulties they’ll be confronting.

Twitter has provided all the teasers and hints so far, although there aren’t too many specifics. Some of Andreasen’s revelations include that Nicholas Holmes’ Jake will appear in Season 15 and that Kai will experience “a lot of love and passion in the year to come.” Cole’s persona will undoubtedly undergo some type of shift, although it’s unclear what that change will entail. As Andreasen said in response to a fan’s query, they didn’t make the decision lightly, but he feels they did what would “honour Kirby best.”

If you’re curious about what Season 15 will be about, keep a watch on the writers’ Twitter accounts. When the official announcements for “Ninjago” Season 15 are made, this is likely to be the best location to locate them.


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