25 Star Wars characters who could lead their own Disney Plus series

David Prowse as Darth Vader in Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980). © 1980 - Lucasfilm, Ltd.
David Prowse as Darth Vader in Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980). © 1980 - Lucasfilm, Ltd. /
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STAR WARS REBELS – “The Holocrons of Fate” – When Maul takes the crew of the Ghost hostage, Ezra and Kanan must recover an ancient Sith artifact to save them. This episode of “Star Wars Rebels” airs Saturday, October 01 (8:30-9:00 P.M. EDT) on Disney XD. (Lucasfilm)EZRA, KANAN /

Star Wars characters who should get a spin-off series: Ezra Bridger

Given that he was the main protagonist of the Star Wars: Rebels animated series, on top of the fact that actor Mena Massoud is rumored to have been cast as him in the Ahsoka series, Ezra Bridger is a pretty likely character to receive his own spin-off series down the line.

Although he was never formally trained at the Jedi Temple, Ezra Bridger is a Force user who received some basic training from former Jedi Kanan Jarrus, and joined the crew of the Starship Ghost in the early days of the rebellion, going as far as to face off against Darth Vader.

The series concluded with Bridger and Grand Admiral Thrawn drifting off into the unknown regions of the galaxy with their fate left unknown. Seeing as it was revealed in season 2 of The Mandalorian that Ahsoka is searching for Thrawn’s whereabouts, whenever he finally does appear, Ezra will likely be close by.

The Ahsoka series is rumored to be a limited one, but beyond its run, Ezra could very well spin off into his own series.

During this time period after the fall of the Empire, Ezra would be one of the few remaining Jedi left in the galaxy, and could eventually join up with Luke Skywalker and help him rebuild the Jedi Order.

He could also go on his own separate quest following his adventures with Ahsoka, but regardless, he has the potential to have his own story go in a number of different directions, and given his popularity among the new generation of Star Wars fans, Bridger getting his own series eventually seems like a safe bet.