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Netflix is a streaming service available worldwide. It was founded in 1997, starting as a DVD rental service, moving to streaming film and television in 2007. Ninjago is streamed globally on the service, with availability varying between countries. An exclusive "Happy Birthday" special mini-episode was also formerly available to watch.


Availability

Different countries have different seasons to stream.

  • All seasons besides the pilot episodes and "Day of the Departed" (which was formerly available) are available to watch in America.
  • Australia, Hong Kong, and Taiwan have season one and seasons eight to Seabound.
    • Australian and Taiwanese Netflix advertise The Island as 'Part 1', and Seabound as 'Part 2'.
  • The UK has seasons one to five and seven to thirteen.
  • Canada has seasons one to thirteen.
  • Latin America has all the seasons besides the pilot episodes, "Day of the Departed", The Island, and Season 14 as well, just like in the United States. They also have The LEGO Ninjago Movie.
  • The Philippines has seasons one and eight, to Seabound. Previously, it had all of the seasons up until Season 10 and Day of the Departed.
  • Sweden has all seasons except Day of the Departed, The Island, and Season 14. However seasons 1 to 5 are only available in the Swedish dub. They also have the pilot episodes.
  • Hungary has seasons 1-11 with the exception of seasons 6-8.
  • The Netherlands has seasons 1-13. Previously, it also had the pilot episodes and The LEGO Ninjago Movie.
  • Poland has seasons one to five and nine to thirteen.

Trivia

  • Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu (WILFilm ApS / seasons 1 - 10) and Ninjago (WildBrain / season 11 onward) are counted as two separate series.
    • Seasons ten through thirteen were added in the United States on November 1, 2020, though with some errors:[1]
      • Only the Ice Chapter was included for Season 11: Secrets of the Forbidden Spinjitzu, though the episodes were still numbered 16 through 30. However, this was corrected when Netflix added the Fire Chapter on November 4th, 2020.[2]
      • Until the summer of 2021, season 2 (seasons 12 and 13 brought together) had the season 13 episodes labeled as "Episode 17" through "Episode 32" rather than their official titles.
      • Season 11 is called "Secrets of Forbidden Spinjitzu" rather than "Secrets of the Forbidden Spinjitzu". Season 2 (the combination of 12 and 13) shares this title.
      • "Would You Like to Enter Prime Empire?" is misspelled "Woud You Like to Enter Prime Empire?"
        • This is also the case on Netflix Australia, Sweden and Canada.
    • The Island and season fourteen are designated as "Season 3 Part 1" and "Season 3 Part 2," respectively. However, Seabound episodes are listed as being part of a fourth season, with episode numbers ranging from 5 through 20 (instead of 1 through 16).
  • There is also a slightly inaccurate description for the series: "Five golden weapons were forged in the heavens above. With them, a ninja master has the power to create -- or destroy!" This could be counting the Mega Weapon as one of the 5.
  • Rise of the Snakes is labeled as "Rise of the Serpentine".

Gallery of thumbnails

Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

Day of the Departed

Ninjago

Pilot Episodes

The LEGO Ninjago Movie

Other

References

Companies

Distribution

Cartoon Network · CITV · Disney Channel · Disney XD · HBO Max · Netflix · Nickelodeon · SIC K · Teletoon · YTV

Animation

Animal Logic · CC Pixels · GDC · M2Film · Meanlow Studio · Sun Creature Studio · Taiko Studios · WILFilm ApS · WildBrain · Xentrix Studios

Other

AMEET Studio · LEGO · MOOD Visuals · Psychic Bunny · Tongal · Warner Bros.

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