Star Wars TV shows Disney is considering include The Knights of Ren and Rose Tico


Disney/Lucasfilm is considering at least five more Star Wars TV shows for the Disney+ streaming service, such as The Knights of Ren and Rose Tico.

The Disney+ streaming service already has two Star Wars TV shows on the way. Jon Favreau’s The Mandalorian series, which is expected to arrive towards the end of the year, shortly after the Disney+ service launches, and a Cassian Andor prequel series, starring Diego Luna, which is expected to arrive in 2020.

We all expected this to be the beginning of many Star Wars TV shows. Disney has already made it clear it intended to launch several Marvel TV shows for the platform and we expected this would also happen in the Star Wars universe.

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Disney/Lucasfilm is considering at least five more TV shows. They are all still in the idea stage, so nothing has been approved or confirmed. If Disney/Lucasfilm do decide to move forward with any one of these projects you shouldn’t expect them to arrive until after the Cassian Andor prequel series has gotten underway.

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HN Entertainment reported exclusively the five shows being considered by Disney/Lucasfilm for the Disney+ streaming platform are, as follows:

  • Princess Leia (young)
  • Captain Phasma
  • The Knights of Ren
  • Rose Tico
  • Sith Lord Darth Bane

The standout consideration for me is a Sith Lord Darth Bane TV show. An instrumental character of huge importance, Darth Bane created the Rule of Two, where there could be only two Sith at any one time—a Master and an apprentice.

With the character existing a thousand years before the Clone Wars, a Sith Lord Darth Bane TV show would open the door for Disney/Lucasfilm to explore areas of the fandom on screen, that have so far remained in books and comics.

Of course, not everyone will be interested in a Sith Lord Darth Bane TV show. But if all five of these Star Wars TV shows get the go-ahead by Disney/Lucasfilm then there is definitely something here for everyone.

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What do you think of the TV shows Disney/Lucasfilm is considering for the Disney+ service? Which one would you like to see happen the most? Drop a comment just below sharing your thoughts.