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LEGO Elves: Secrets of Elvendale is an animated series based on the Elves theme. Announced in 2016, the series will be produced and aired by Netflix. The series is eight episodes long.[1] The first and final season premiered on September 1st, and includes the voice talents of Ashleigh Ball, Erin Mathews, Kyle Rideout, Vincent Tong, and Rebecca Husain.[2]

The style of animation is different from the webisodes. Instead of having Lego mini-doll figures, the characters look more realistic, but with a slight anime influence.

Netflix description

When the Goblin King kidnaps her sister, Emily Jones and her Elf friends head deep into a magical forest to save her. Based on the popular web series.

Official synopsis

"LEGO Elves picks up with its hero character Emily Jones as she returns through the portal to Elvendale with her little sister, Sophie. After charming many of the Elves upon her arrival, Sophie is taken by the cruel Goblin King and his evil minions. Emily and her cast of Elf friends head deep into a magical forest to save her sister and free Goblin Village from its tyrannical king. Adding to the existing line-up of Netflix original series from The LEGO Group (LEGO Bionicle: The Journey to One and LEGO Friends: The Power of Friendship), LEGO Elves will launch worldwide on Netflix in 2017 with 8 new episodes."

List of Episodes

  1. Uninvited Guest
  2. The Goblin King
  3. The Watcher
  4. The Worst Prisoner Ever
  5. Shadow Walker
  6. Secrets
  7. Betrayals
  8. Sacrifice

Trailer

LEGO ELVES SECRET OF ELVENDALE Trailer SEASON 1 (2017) Netflix Series

LEGO ELVES SECRET OF ELVENDALE Trailer SEASON 1 (2017) Netflix Series

Trivia

  • It is an American anime-influenced animation, which can also be considered an American anime-influenced animated cartoon.
  • In the webisodes, and on her LEGO mini-doll figure, Sophie's eyes are blue. However, in Secrets of Elvendale, Sophie's eyes are more of a blue-green.
  • The goblins only have four fingers on their hands.
  • The show is a more detailed version of Season 3 Webisodes.

References

  1. Netflix picks up new Elves series for 2017
  2. LEGO Elves: Secrets of Elvendale on Netflix