TV Series created by Carrie Beck

LEGO Star Wars: All-StarsLEGO Star Wars: All-Stars
Disney XD, 2018 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

LEGO versions of characters from across the "Star Wars" universe, including Lando, Han, Chewbacca, Kylo Ren, R2-D2, BB-8, Roger the battle droid, Graballa the Hutt and Gen. Leia Organa, are involved in some familiar scenarios and new adventures.


Star Wars: Forces of DestinyStar Wars: Forces of Destiny
YouTube, 2017 Cancelled/Ended | Family, Action, Adventure, Children | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.4/5

Join the fierce and inspiring female characters of Star Wars in Forces of Destiny. Explore their stories across various eras and installments of the franchise. Experience the power of the Force through the eyes of heroines like Rey, Ahsoka Tano, and Princess Leia. This animated series is a must-watch for any Star Wars fan.


LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker AdventuresLEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures
Disney XD, 2016 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Drama, Family, Action
Rating: 2.8/5

The fun-filled adventure comedy series will introduce all-new heroes and villains in exciting adventures with many familiar Star Wars characters.Told in the whimsically-charged style that audiences have come to expect from LEGO Star Wars entertainment, the series stars the Freemakers, a family of scavengers who build and sell starships from the scoured debris of space battles strewn throughout the galaxy. When their youngest discovers a natural connection with the Force through an ancient artifact - the Kyber Saber - his world is turned upside down, and he and his family are thrown into an epic struggle against the Empire to restore peace and freedom to the galaxy. Throughout their adventures, the Freemakers explore new worlds, meet new and familiar characters, and learn the true value of what it means to be a family.


Star Wars RebelsStar Wars Rebels
Disney XD, 2014 Cancelled/Ended | Family, Teens, Action, Adventure | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.1/5

The series mines material from the 19 years that follow Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and precede the Episode IV: A New Hope. In other words, using the life of the Skywalker twins as a measure, the series is active in the story years that come after their separation as newborns and before their (unwitting) reunion on the prison level of the Death Star.