28. Clone Wars has been saved
Fans of Star Wars: The Clone Wars knows about the struggles it faced as it was canceled and had six episodes go to Netflix. Even with the extra six episodes, it felt a bit incomplete when it ended. There are still gaps in some of the character’s stories that we didn’t get to see filled. Disney plans to change that thanks to their announcement that The Clone Wars will return on its upcoming streaming service.
Dave Filoni will continue his work on the show and I’m confident that he’ll give us something great to check out. You may have seen #CloneWarsSaved making its way around the internet, especially Twitter, once the announcement was made at San Diego Comic-Con in July.
The streaming service won’t launch until next year, but they did release a new trailer to tide fans over for a bit. When the show returns, it’ll consist of 12 episodes. We’re eagerly awaiting an official release date for it, but it depends on when the service actually launches. If you need an animated Star Wars fix right now, you can check out Star Wars Resistance on the Disney Channel. It’s not quite the same style, but it’s been fun to watch so far.