Throughout the airing of Ahsoka a while ago, none of the cast members were able to promote or talk about the series due to the actors' strike which forbade them from doing any work or promotional duties for projects under struck companies.
A lot of fans have been curious about what the cast members of the Star Wars series thought about the reception that they've received throughout its eight-episode run and they definitely would have loved to hear from them during that time.
Fortunately, the actors' strike finally ended just a few days ago and the Ahsoka cast members can now publicly discuss the series on their social media feeds.
Ahsoka Cast Shares BTS Photos on Social Media Following End of Strike
Eman Esfandi, who played Ezra Bridger, celebrated his involvement in the series in his post on Instagram where he thanked the cast and crew for welcoming him into the Star Wars family. He also shared behind-the-scenes photos and videos from the set.
The actor wrote in his caption, "Thank you to everyone that worked on @ahsokaofficial for welcoming me with open arms into your beautiful @starwars family." He also reflected on being a fan when he was younger and paid tribute to the late Ray Winstone and costume designer Shawna Trpcic.
Sabine Wren actress Natasha Liu Bordizzo also shared behind-the-scenes photos and videos from the set of Ahsoka on Instagram. In her caption, she thanked the fans and the cast and crew as well as paid tribute to Winstone and Trpcic.
"As you probably know, the strike has lifted. All I’ve wanted to say for these many weeks is thank you from the bottom of my heart for all the love on Ahsoka." she wrote.
Just like in the aforementioned posts, Diana Lee Inosanto, who played Morgan Elsbeth, also thanked the fans, the cast, and the crew and paid tribute to her departed colleagues on her Instagram post.
She also reflected on her involvement in the series as a "late bloomer" for finally being given the role of a lifetime.
"I have yearned during the days of the strike, to share my level of love and gratitude that I carry in my heart & soul for my cast & crew of Ahsoka," Inosanto wrote.
"Professionally, I am a late bloomer in my career as an actress, who for years was a struggling mother of a son with Autism, who was finally given the role of a lifetime. A miracle."
Ariana Greenblatt, who played young Ahsoka Tano in the fifth episode, shared a group photo with Jon Favreau, Dave Filoni, Rosario Dawson, and Hayden Christensen on X where she also thanked the fans and the cast and crew of the series.
"From my family to yours, Thank U, Thank U, Thank U for all the love & support, comment's, reactions & just over whelming love you all have shown me, the cast & 600+ crew members/artisans who worked on Ahsoka 'Shadow Warrior' Im deeply grateful to the Star Wars family," she wrote on her post.
It is certainly great to hear the cast members discuss the series on social media even if it's been a month now since the finale aired. As they all say, better late than never, and, hopefully, we will be hearing more from them in future interviews and share their experience of being part of the series.
All episodes of Ahsoka are streaming on Disney+.