Earlier this week, Cartoon Network announced their next season's programming, and with it comes a new 3-part Star Wars LEGO special, but also the absence of "The Clone Wars" - although TCW showrunner Dave Filoni recently confirmed work on the show's 6th season had begun.
Analysts predict Clone Wars' absence from the Cartoon Network's 2013-2014 season is due to the purchase of Lucasfilm by Disney, suggesting that Disney will be moving The Clone Wars to one of their own cable channels, most likely Disney XD - their channel devoted to male-focused Disney entertainment, which often means action/adventure cartoons. That said, so far nothing has been set in stone, so season 6 of The Clone Wars is still an unknown.
Meanwhile, the LEGO Star Wars television property is handled differently since its connected video games go through Warner Interactive, whose parent company, Warner Bros., also owns Cartoon Network. The latest LEGO Star Wars special is entitled "The Yoda Chronicles", and its press release reads:
LEGO Star Wars returns in epic style with THE YODA CHRONICLES, a thrilling, funny and action-packed new LEGO Star Wars story told in three animated TV specials! Set in the “Prequel” Star Wars timeline, THE YODA CHRONICLES stars the one and only Yoda—the Jedi Master who has seen it all, done it all, and taught generations of Jedi Knights—in an all-new adventure. With the help of a fresh class of Padawans, Yoda leads the Jedi in a desperate fight to stop Darth Sidious and his minions from creating a new super-weapon that could crush the Republic and win the war for the forces of Evil.