Our next Star Wars TV series has already been revealed. Following the conclusion of Star Wars Rebels, Disney confirms a new Star Wars Resistance animated series will lead into The Force Awakens with returning characters like Poe Dameron and Captain Phasma.
It could be some time before Star Wars returns any of our faves to their roles, so leave it to Disney to bridge the gap. A new season of Star Wars: Forces of Destiny already has Mark Hamill back to playing Luke Skywalker; also cluing us in on Last Jedi deleted scenes and more.
Star Wars Rebels may have come to an end, but that doesn’t mean the Ghost crew is retired. Monday’s finale very clearly suggested at least two characters would have ongoing adventures, and supervising producer Dave Filoni coyly confirms “the story continues.”
The first week of Star Wars Rebels‘ final run broke our hearts, and the second broke our brains, so the series finale might shatter us entirely. See for yourself in an extended trailer for the final episode, as Thrawn looms large over Lothal and multiple familiar faces return.
The final episodes of Star Wars Rebels have already brought with them some shocking reveals, but few with such mind-boggling implications as this week’s “World Between Worlds.” Our brains are still breaking, but allow showrunner Dave Filoni to clear up some major points of [SPOILER]’s return.
As Star Wars Rebels comes to a close, Disney may have tipped its hand to the next generation of Star Wars TV. Suspicious trademarks for the name Star Wars Resistance already have fans abuzz with possibilities for the new series coming to Disney streaming.
The final countdown for Star Wars Rebels has begun, and with it comes the series’ first core character death. Some saw it coming by virtue of the original films’ Jedi population, but new insight from showrunner Dave Filoni reveals that fiery last stand might have gone very differently.
For Star Wars Rebels, it all comes down to this. All your questions about each character’s fate and the mysteries of the Force will be answered in February, as Rebels’ fourth and final season sets its final premiere date with an intense, cameo-heavy trailer.