Star Wars The Clone Wars Season 7 Confirmed For 2019 Release

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It has been five years since the latest season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. However, it looks like we won't have to wait too long for Season 7. The seventh and possibly final season of the animated series has been confirmed to premiere in 2019.

We already know that Dave Filoni is working on The Clone Wars Season 7, thanks to the awesome teaser that was unveiled at the 2018 San Diego Comic-Con. However, there was much concern that it would take two more years before Filoni could complete the last 12 episodes of the new season. Interestingly, Entertainment Weekly has confirmed that the final season is one of the Star Wars projects to look forward to this year.

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The upcoming premiere of The Clone Wars Season 7 is certainly a welcome idea for fans who were disappointed when the series was canceled by Disney after five seasons. Interestingly, a former voice actor revealed that the House of Mouse decided to pull the plug on the show because it was "getting really graphic."

"Disney, they canceled it, I think it was getting a little too graphic — actually, it was getting really graphic," Daniel Logan said. The Boba Fett voice actor was understandably dismayed since his character was already set for big things in the next few episodes. "Boba was doing some really, really cool stuff. He started actually becoming a bounty hunter," he revealed.

Luckily, Disney has decided to give The Clone Wars a fitting conclusion. There is little doubt that Season 7 will be an interesting one for Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Ahsoka Tano.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 will air on Disney+ in late 2019.

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Related: Star Wars: The Clone Wars Originally Cancelled For 'Getting Too Graphic' For Disney