Star Wars: The Clone Wars is coming back for a seventh season in February and it finally has a release date for its Disney+ premiere.
Editor’s Note: Star Wars confirmed Season 7 will premiere on February 21.
The next Star Wars original content will arrive next month. The Clone Wars Season 7 is slated to arrive on Disney+ in February.
While February has always been the time frame, it seems we finally have a date for the Season 7 premiere.
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The season will feature 12 new episodes, which are sure to be emotional and taxing – but in such a good way – for fans of The Clone Wars. It looks to heavily feature Ahsoka and some of what happened to her after leaving the Jedi Order.
During Star Wars Celebration, we got a sneak peek into the upcoming season. Ahsoka and Anakin’s relationship is explored as the two departed as master and padawan. But Ahsoka’s passion and loyalty is on full display.
One of the most touching parts from the trailer is seeing the troopers with their helmets that honor Ahsoka. It’s a fitting a humbling tribute.
If you want to catch up on any missed episodes or just re-watch The Clone Wars for the sake of it, now’s the time. The previous six seasons are available on Disney+. This gives you about six weeks to watch all the episodes just as Season 7 hits on February 21.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars premieres on Monday, February 21 on Disney+.