Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 2 is finally here and the premiere episode made it clear that a lot has changed since we last saw Clone Force 99. This is especially true with Omega, who appeared older and bolder compared to the previous season. Michelle Ang has confirmed that her character has grown a lot since the Season 1 finale and she claims that the same can be said about the rest of the team.
Michelle Ang recently spoke to Comicbook.com and she explained Omega's growth in the second season.
"There's a time jump between Season 1 left off and where season two begins, and Omega's shed off some of her childlike wonder," Ang said. "We're moving a little bit into adolescence. We're moving into a space where Omega wants to have her views heard, wants to have a voice, and I think what's interesting is she's very much secure in her place in the Bad Batch."
She continued, "Season 1 meant that sometimes she wasn't sure if she was allowed to be considered as part of the squad but I think in Season 2, right from the jump, you get the impression, you see that Omega is very comfortable and the Batch absolutely value her and she has her own merits and her own skills that she adds to the squad."
It's certainly great to know that Omega is getting used to being a part of Clone Force 99 and the premiere episode of The Bad Batch Season 2 proved that she is now an active and important member of the team. With that in mind, we can't wait to see more of the young clone in action in their upcoming adventures this season.
The first two episodes of Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 2 are titled Spoils of War and Ruins of War, respectively. Both episodes are now streaming on Disney+.