All the Release Dates of Upcoming Star Wars Shows on Disney Plus

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Star Wars branched out with shows canon to its franchise on Disney plus and finally, the slate of its future has been unveiled by none other than the current president of Lucasfilm, Kathleen Kennedy, and it teases the fans that there are more television projects to come on the streaming platform.

All the Release Dates of Upcoming Star Wars Shows on Disney Plus

All the Release Dates of Upcoming Star Wars Shows on Disney Plus
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All the Release Dates of Upcoming Star Wars Shows on Disney Plus

Star Wars is undeniably one of the longest-running franchise to ever exist in history and it continues to deliver more projects as the story of the galaxy far, far away expands, now with television series to fill in the gaps between movies.


Kathleen Kennedy laid down the slate of Star Wars on Disney Plus in a feature in Vanity Fair, she said, “What’s unique about Star Wars is that we’re one story, basically. George was always dealing with episodes. Ironically, he was serializing his storytelling. He was influenced by Flash Gordon and cliff-hangers on Saturdays at movie theaters.”

Kennedy added that everything in the story fits somewhere and it makes sense to have shows to fill in the gaps, “All of that informed what the DNA of Star Wars is, which is why I think it’s just organic that we made the transition into television.”

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It will all start with Obi-Wan Kenobi which will be released on May 25, 2022. The Jedi-in-exile will be back with Ewan McGregor in a show set ten years after Revenge of the Sith. Andor comes next which will be out in Summer 2022 following Diego Luna’s character in a secret uprising versus the Empire after Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

The Mandalorian Season 3 comes next in late 2022 or early 2023 which will pick up where Season 2 and The Book of Boba Fett ended. Also, there is Ahsoka with Rosario Dawson’s character arriving in 2023.

The Acolyte is next in line which puts a mystery thriller during the last days of the High Republic Era. Then, there is a new series which is yet to be named, just codenamed as “Grammar Rodeo.” There will also be a series titled as Lando but without a release date yet. A Droid Story is also on the line-up. Two untitled films are also next, directed by Taika Waititi, and a project of Kevin Feige.

This shows a promising future for the franchise and if all these goes well, then, the legacy of Star Wars continues.