LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures returns to Disney+ in the US

Following its recent removal from the streaming service, LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures has returned to Disney+, at least in the US.

Last month we reported that both seasons of the animated LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures had been removed from Disney+ globally, with no reason given. The show debuted on Disney XD in the US in 2016 and was later added to Disney+ as part of the streaming service’s Star Wars content available at launch.

The show follows the young Freemaker scavenger family and their refurbished battle droid, Roger, as they explore the galaxy, encountering the Empire, Jedi and the ancient Kyber Saber. The show would go on to spawn a number of LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures sets including 75147 StarScavenger, 75186 The Arrowhead and 75185 Tracker I.

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Image: Disney+

In early January it was reported that Disney+ had quietly removed both seasons of the show, although five Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures shorts were still available to watch. The good news for fans of the series is that it’s now back, at least in the US, again with no reason given for its reinstatement. It’s rumoured that contractual issues could have been an issue and it’s possible that both seasons could eventually reappear on Disney+ in other territories.

For now, UK fans can still enjoy the five Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures shorts, until such time as the rest of the show’s episodes are ever added back on to Disney+.

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