For a long time there were no new “Star Wars”movies, then there was the sequel trilogy, now we can experience the adventures in the galaxy far, far away mostly in series form. YouTube moderator andStar Wars“Fan Sebastian has after completing the Star Wars Celebration takes a look into the future and introduces you to all the upcoming series (and films) in the video attached above.
Below you will find the information in written form:
After “Obi-Wan Kenobi” we next expect a “Star Wars”-Series, which takes place in a similar era: Because “Andor” also fills the time between “Star Wars: Episode III” and “Star Wars: Episode IV and is a prelude to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”. The first season with Diego Luna as Cassian Andor will consist of 12 episodes, another season 2 with another 12 episodes has also already been announced, but without a date.
“Star Wars: Andor premieres on Disney+ on August 31, 2022.
Then it continues with two animated series: “Tales Of The Jedi” is an anthology series, so it tells several individual stories instead of one big, coherent one. The focus is on Ahsoka Tano and the future Sith Count Dooku in his Jedi days, but characters like Mace Windu, Yoda, Anakin Skywalker and Qui-Gon Jinn (voiced by Liam Neeson and his son) also make an appearance.
Tales Of The Jedi launches on Disney+ in Fall 2022.
The second animated series (and the last series in 2022) is The Bad Batch season 2. So there will be a reunion with Hunter, Wrecker, Tech, Echo and Omega. The Clone Force 99 will probably meet the Emperor, among other things.
The Bad Batch Season 2 premieres September 28, 2022 on Disney+.
Of course, the third Stafel is also eagerly awaited.The Mandalorian’, finally the adventures of Mando (Pedro Pascal) and Grogu heralded the ‘Star Wars“-Renaissance on Disney+. A first trailer has already been shown and further fueled the anticipation: Mandalore, Bo-Katan, many returnees – it’s going to be great!
“The MandalorianSeason 3 will be released on Disney+ in February 2023.
Another sequel: “Star Wars: Visionen” is also an animated anthology series, but for Season 2 there will be a slight deviation from the previous formula: While the first edition only had episodes in the anime style, Season 2 will now feature animated episodes from a wide variety of countries of the world.
“Star Wars: Visions launches on Disney+ in early 2023.
Next up is the Young Jedi Adventures series, which is aimed at a younger audience and is the first series set in the High Republic era – many years before “Star Wars: Episode I”.
Young Jedi Adventures launches on Disney+ in early 2023.
Then it goes back to the Mando-Verse with “Star Wars: Ahsoka”. The series will probably alsoStar Wars Rebels” and unravel the fate of Grand Admiral Thrawn and Ezra Bridger, along with Ahsoka (Rosario Dawson) and Sabine Wren and Hera Syndulla.
“Star Wars: Ahsoka launches on Disney+ in 2023, probably mid-year.
“Skeleton Crew” promises the “Star Wars” galaxy to add a new facet: at the heart of the series of “Spider-Man: No Way HomeDirector Jon Watts has four children, but at the same time we shouldn’t expect a children’s series here, but an adventure in the style of “The Goonies” and Co. The series takes place after “Star Wars: Episode VI” and Jude Law will play an as yet undisclosed role.
“Star Wars: Skeleton Crew launches on Disney+ in 2023.
This is followed by the first “Star WarsLive-action series set during the High Republic: The Acolyte. Otherwise there is not really much information about the series, just as little as a start date.
And a series about Lando Calrissian is still on the agenda, although this project is still in its early stages. Here we have to wait and see.
That’s a good question. In 2019 came the last “Star Wars”-Film in the cinemas, since then a lot has been announced, but little tangible has been produced. At least it is known that in 2023 the “Star Wars’ movie byThor 3” and “Thor 4″ director Taika Waititi is set to appear.
In 2025 and 2027 further “Star Wars”Movies to follow. But whether this is one of the projects of Patty Jenkins, Kevin Feige or Rian Johnson or maybe something completely different remains to be seen.
This is a re-release of an article previously published on DashFUN.