Disney+ Shares Trailer and Premiere Date for the End of Clone Wars

Lawrence Kim
January 22, 2020

"Every choice made has led to this", announces Darth Maul, ominously, right before crossing his lightsaber with Ahsoka Tano. Honestly, they have been a little bit slow on the uptake.

Unfortunately for fans excited about new episodes of The Clone Wars, this trailer indicates that this is the end of the series, much in the same way that the trailers for The Rise of Skywalker touted the end of the Skywalker saga.

While The Mandalorian was the first Star Wars series to grace Disney+'s streaming service, it was full of Easter eggs for the show that many fans were waiting to return: The Clone Wars. The series spans the time between Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones and Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.

First things first: I have never seen Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

The popular animated spinoff - featuring cartoon versions of Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, Mace Windu and other live-action franchise characters, as well as the original character of Ahsoka Tano, Anakin's Torgrutan padawan - debuted on Cartoon Network in 2008 and ran for five seasons. If that were not already enough, the series has wonderfully expanded the stories' mythical lore, and even fixed polarising character Jar Jar Binks. Judging by this trailer, audiences are all set to have their expectations met.

After more than four years since the sixth season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars had aired its last episode in 2014, Disney+ has finally released the official trailer for the highly-anticipated seventh and final season of George Lucas' beloved and critically-acclaimed Star Wars animated series which is scheduled to premiere on Friday, February 21.

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