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What to Expect From Star Wars in 2023

We’re doing bad – actually no, we’re feeling pretty good about this! When major video games.

From the debut of the live-action Thrawn to the return of The Mandalorian and Grog, there’s a lot to track, so strap in… and punch!

Star Wars in 2023

Bad Batch: Season 2

Ring in the new year with the artists formerly known as Experimental Clone Force 99! Hanta, Rikka, Ikko, Tick, Omega Having made their way in the early days of the Empire, they discovered that this new world wasn’t so friendly to clones. Also The Kaminoans who created them in the first place. Bad Batch Season 2 promises to take a deeper look at the gigantic galactic transition from the age of the Republic to the age of the Empire. Season 2 begins his January on Disney+.

The Mandalorian: Season 3

I miss my baby!And after Grogg definitively chose Papa over the Jedi Order in Boba Fett’s book, the long-awaited return of The Mandalorian season 3 is about to begin. Needing to redeem himself with his Mandalorian eyes, Bo Catan is certainly pondering what it means to be a Mandalorian and who should run the show after Ding’s claim succeeds. masuno dark saberThe teaser trailer featured old friends like Greif Karuga, Peri Motto, and Babu Flick, but who knows, a Luke Skywalker-class cameo is in store. The Mudhorn Clan’s next ride starts his March 1st on Disney+.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

And while we’re talking about the survivors of Order 66, Cal Kestis returns for the next leg of his adventure five years after the events of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. and a lightsaber fighting style, Cal seeks to see how far he will go to protect those closest to him as he flees the confines of the Empire during times of even greater uncertainty. will return on March 16th.

Five years between games is a lore-long time, and there’s also a set of prequel novels in between to fill that gap. In Star Wars Jedi: Battle Scars, Cal bonds with his Stinger Mantis crew, Fifth Brother, was featured in the Obi-Wan Kenobi series on Disney+. The novel can be read one week before Jedi Survivor comes out on March 7, 2023.

Star Wars: The Adventures of a Young Jedi

And speaking of the Jedi Academy… yes, it’s a stretch, but Star Wars: A Young Jedi Adventure high republic era.This show young Toddlers, preschool through elementary school, so keep the edgy takedown to a minimum on how this show breaks the norm by including Ewok teddy bears and more. , coming to Disney+ in Spring 2023.

Star Wars: Vision Vol. 2

Star Wars: Visions is back with the second volume in an animated anthology series featuring nine short animated films produced by seven Japanese animation studios. This time the sourcing will be more international, featuring animation from studios based in Japan, India, UK, Ireland, France, South Africa, Chile, and the US.In Volume 1, each studio has many Freedom to Interpret and Express Star Wars Lore Volume 2 appears to be further culturally advanced. Star Wars: Vision Vol. 2 is set to launch on Disney+ in early 2023.

Star Wars: Ahsoka

Fans wanted more Ahsoka Tano after seeing Rosario Dawson debut the live-action version of the fan-favorite Force-user in The Mandalorian. Fans of the show Rebels are also included. Especially since it’s been teased that the characters of Sabine Wren, Ezra Bridger, and (so far unofficially) Hera Syndulla and Chopper will return in Ahsoka’s season 1. Also, Hayden.・Christensen will be reprising his role as Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader. Ahsoka’s leader has become the baddest man in the galaxy. So far, all the clashes between these two characters of his have been electrifying, so we’re looking forward to a live-action take.There’s no official release date for Ahsoka, but he’ll be making his Disney debut in the second half of 2023. It will be released on +.

Star Wars: Skeleton Crew

Star Wars: Skeleton Crew is a new live-action TV series starring Jude Law.Presenter Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau at Star Wars Celebration 2022the closest analogy for the show seems to be to call it Stranger Things in the Star Wars universe. It’s just that it’s an Amblin-esque coming-of-age story about a group of kids, and was initially given a codename. “Grammar Rodeo” This is at least a pretty great Simpsons reference. Creator Jon Watts (director of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man films) has revealed only: Star Wars: Goonies, er, Skeleton Crew on Disney+ he’s set to release in 2023.

Looking to the future of Star Wars beyond 2023

Andor: Season 2

After completing what many of us call one of the best things in the Star Wars universe, Andor Season 2 is definitely something we want to see. Not just roads, but Mon Mothma and Ruthen RaelSeason 1 covered the five-year-old course of Rogue One, but Season 2 is set to dive even deeper and introduce the beloved rugged droid K2-SO. Critics and viewers scored Andor season 1 so highly that we can’t wait for more slow-burn Star Wars storytelling from showrunner Tony Gilroy, and while there’s no release date for Andor season 2, he is slated to appear on Disney+ in 2024.

Star Wars: Acolyte

Plot details for Star Wars: The Acolyte have been revealed. This is the first Sith-facing entry in Star Wars. Depicting a plot by the Sith to infiltrate the Jedi at the end of the High Republic era, this mystery thriller shows the rise of the dark side of the Force as a former Padawan reunites with his Jedi Master to investigate something. I promise My guess here is that it’s very tied to the Sith, and far more grim and monstrous than anything the Jedi were facing at this point. Touting a killer cast like Jacinto, this is a Star Wars saga you won’t want to miss. It seems that

Of course, beyond these titles, the Star Wars Machine has plenty of other movies, shows, and more on the way. Head over to our list of all Upcoming Star Wars movies and TV shows See here for the full list, including development projects, TBD titles, and more.

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