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Ahsoka: Lucasfilm Reportedly Making Massive Change for Season 2

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Ahsoka's epic finale ended on a massive cliffhanger with Grand Admiral Thrawn and his minions successfully fleeing Peridea to return to the "main" Star Wars galaxy, leaving Ahsoka Tano, Sabine Wren, and Ezra Bridger stranded.

Obviously, plans call for the finale to connect directly to Dave Filoni's MandoVerse crossover film where the ongoing plot will most probably be resolved but that's not to say that a second season isn't possible for the Rosario Dawson-led series.

Recently, reports circulated that Lucasfilm is still toying with the idea although nothing official has been set in stone. Now, a new rumor suggests that Season 2 is actually already in the works, and not only that but the production company is said to be making massive changes to the series to make it feel grander than it already is.

Also Read: Ahsoka Season 2: Release Date News, Predictions & Everything We Know So Far

Ahsoka Reportedly Greenlit for Season 2; Filming Location Change Expected

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According to X insider @MyTimeToShineH, Ahsoka Season 2 has finally received the green light. Key details surrounding the season weren't disclosed but according to The Den of Nerds, also on X, Lucasfilm is moving to Pinewood Studios in the United Kingdom from its original home in Los Angeles.

For the uninitiated, the first season of Ahsoka was filmed at MBS Media Campus which is smaller in comparison to the iconic Pinewood Studios which was also home to several Star Wars projects, including the sequel trilogy and Andor.

Also Read: Ahsoka Finale Fails to Deliver; Shockingly Underwhelming Ratings Revealed

Of course, Lucasfilm has yet to make anything official so it's still best to take this one with a huge grain of salt but if the latest rumors end up being true, it appears that Kathleen Kennedy and company have enough faith in the show to give it such an upgrade.

Ahsoka's first season is available to stream on Disney+.


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