Star Wars TV shows are like no other. If you think they’re anything like the movies, then you’re wrong; the TV shows just capture you in a different way with most being weekly releases, it gives fans something to look forward to the same time each week. Disney+ is such an elite streaming service, so be it that there’s anything Star Wars-related, that makes it even better!
Currently, there are 15 (fifteen) series features on Disney+ and they’re all great.
Which Disney+ Star Wars show is your most favorite? Least favorite?
In descending order, here are all of the current shows ranked:
15. LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures
This show originally came out back in 2016 and there are two seasons of it. The premise of this show focuses mainly on The Freemaker Siblings, Rowan, Kordi, and Zander, who all go out into space “in search of debris” that they can go ahead and use in order to “design and build new vehicles”. They also set out to finalize and solve the ever-so-famous mystery of the Kyber Saber; because of this, they end up meeting both old and new characters within the SW LEGO universe. MO-C, a droid, eventually approaches the siblings and they find out that something was created by a certain evil character in order to capture one of them. Will that something work? Find out!
14. LEGO Star Wars: All-Stars
This show originally came out back in 2018 and there is only one season of it. The premise of this show focuses on different character-story interactions in each and every episode. The show also expands the story of The Freemaker Family; the time-frame to which these shorts (each individual episode) is occurring ranges from the movies Solo: A Star Wars Story and all the way up until The Last Jedi. “Pace, Lena…Moxie tell these tales and cross paths with many familiar faces from the Star Wars galaxy”. There are just 9 (nine) shorts to watch, so it’s super easy to grind!
13. Star Wars: The Resistance Rises
This show originally came out back in 2016 and there is only one season of it. The premise of this show was actually initially created as a “comedic prequel” to the ever-so-classic fan-favorite film, The Force Awakens. It also focuses on the adventures and stunts of legacy film characters, and some of which go as follows: Poe Dameron, BB-8, Chewbacca, Rey, Finn, and ohso much more!
12. LEGO Star Wars: Droid Tales
This show originally came out back in 2015 and there are two seasons of it. The premise of this show focuses on the legendary SW saga that we all know and love oh so much, but this time told from the perspectives of some legendary Droids themselves, R2-D2 and C-3PO; here, you also see other well-known and very well-loved characters, just in their own LEGO forms. C-3PO tries to find the ‘myterious’ person who has abducted R2-D2 (ends up being the ever-so-famous, Lando Calrissian); in the meantime, Chewbacca (also enlisted to help find R2), R2, and 3PO are all captured by General Veers. What will happen next? Will they be able to escape their captors?
11. Star Wars Resistance
This show originally came out back in 2018 and there are two seasons of it. The premise of this show, in the first season, seems to be focusing more on Kazuda Xiono (New Republic Pilot) who is essentially recruited by The Resistance in order to spy on The New Order. Here, the timeline begins 6 (six) months before the film The Force Awakens and up until the 17th episode of this show, it ends up crossing ‘paths’ with the movie itself at the end. As far as the show’s second season goes, the premise moreso focuses on picking up where the first season immediately left off; it initially crosses over with both The Last Jedi as well as The Rise of Skywalker.
10. Disney Gallery: Star Wars: The Mandalorian
This show originally came out back in 2020 and there are two seasons of it (so far). The premise of this show goes for a more non-fiction approach where producer, Jon Favreau, has invited both the cast and crew to share with all of us what the making of the show The Mandalorian was like. There are tons of different things and elements to enjoy, such as one-of-a-kind actor and character interactions, never-before-seen behind-the-scenes footage, and oh so much more!
9. Star Wars: Visions
This show originally came out back in 2021 and there are two seasons of it (so far). The premise of this show basically focuses on bringing together 7 (seven) different Japanese animation studios; here, they are all able to each bring their own unique approaches, versions, and perspectives into the Star Wars universe as a whole, all through “a series of short films”. There are 9 (nine) episodes to sit back and enjoy from the first season, and the second season it set to premiere on May 4th (SW Day) of this year (2023), so be on the look-out for the brand new season to come!
8. Star Wars Rebels
This show originally came out back in 2014 and there are four seasons of it. The premise of this show focuses on essentially ‘filling in the gaps’ between fan-fave films, Episode III and Episode IV. Essentially here, “Imperial forces occupy a remote planet and are ruling — and ruining — it’s inhabitants’ lives with an iron fist”. The main characters (the Rebels) who are ruling the roost are as follows: leader Kanan, ace pilot Hero, heroine Sabine, rough-around-the-edges Zeb, and finally teenage (14 years-old to be super exact over here) con-artist Ezra; they are all aboard the starship Ghost and all work together to take a stand. Will they win!? Or will their stand be abliterated?!
This show originally came out last year back in 2022 and there is only one season of it (so far). The premise of this show basically focuses on “the story of Rebel spy Cassian Andor’s formative years of The Rebellion and his difficult missions for the cause”. While this is a brand new TV show to the Disney+ and Star Wars universe, it is certainly already getting more than plenty of love from fans all over the place. Whether you’re a hard core cult fan of the SW universe or just getting started, this show certainly does the whole entire franchise more than enough justice!
6. Tales of the Jedi
This show originally came out last year back in 2022 and there is only one season of it (so far). The premise of this show ‘features lessons (parables) built around Jedi from the prequel era”. Here, the lives of two distinct Jedi, both Ahsoka Tano and Count Dooku are really microscopically reviewed and gone through during the first season, and certainly more to come with any and all seasons to follow. Each character is put through various tests in order to help define their destinies. How does each character get to where they are now and how do we see them today?! What else changes!?
5. The Book of Boba Fett
This show originally came out back in 2021 and there is only one season of it. The premise of this show actually ends up focusing on the ever-so-famous bounty hunter, Boba Fett and the sidekick/mercenary Fennec Shand. Here, both navigate the udnerworld of the Galaxy and ultimately end up “fighting for Jabba the Hutt’s old territory”. Do they succeed? Find out here!
4. The Bad Batch
This show originally came out back in 2021 and there are two seasons of it. The premise of this show tends to end up focusing on the “members of a unique squad of clones”, to which they all end up “finding their way in a changing galaxy in the aftermath of the Clone War”. The unique squad of clones that this focuses on is called Clone Force 99, which are actually an entire group of ‘elite’ Clones that have some sort of genetic mutations (we first saw this back in Star Wars: The Clone Wars; here, they all take on mercenary missions in the aftermath of The Clone Wars!
3. Obi-Wan Kenobi
This show originally came out last year back in 2022 and there is only one season of it (so far). The premise of this show focuses on Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi and how he handles what some may call his greatest defeat: “the downfall of his old Apprentice, Anakin Skywalker (Darth Vader)”. It takes place 10 (ten) whole years after Episode III and also focuses on Kenobi’s adventures whilst hiding on Anakin’s home planet of Tatooine all while taking care of his son Luke; it is here then that he gets the call to go and rescue his daughter, Leia, after she is kidnapped by The Galactic Empire. This highlights all of their scary moments, but also some pretty adorable fiesty Leia quotes too!
2. The Clone Wars
This show originally came out back in 2008 and there are seven seasons of it. The premise of this show focuses on “…popular characters from the ‘Star Wars’ universe during the violent Clone Wars, as dwindling numbers of Jedi knights struggle to restore peace”. There are so many different story-lines going on in this show, but they all come together in what’s called an Arc, meaning you watching certain episodes in batches with other ones; some are on their own, but most of them follow some sort of two or three episode story-line. With all that goes on and all of the stories that are told within this show, you certainly will never be bored while watching it!
1. The Mandalorian
This show originally came out back in 2019 and there are three seasons of it. The premise of this show actually follows a lone gunfighter, The Mandalorian himself, and how he navigates his way through the ‘outer reaches of the lawless galaxy’ following the fall of The Galactic Empire. Along the way, he meets quite possibly America’s most favorite TV animated character ever, Baby Yoda. We learn roots of Baby Yoda, what his real name actually is, and other super cool adventures and moments between both him and Mando. If you’re looking for an action-packed, yet super emotional and cute Star Wars TV show, then download Disney+ and look no further…….Enjoy!
That’s a wrap on our deep analysis of all of the Star Wars shows over on Disney+!
What do you personally think about all of these shows? Which one is your ride or die most favorite? Be sure to let us know down in the comments below! And as always…….May The Force Be With You ALL!