Star Wars: The Clone Wars starts its final season on February 21

  • Of all the characters to appear in the animated Star Wars series, Ahsoka Tano (voiced by Ashley Eckstein) has been the standout. Disney
  • Darth Maul is back, voiced by original actor Ray Park. Park also donned a motion-capture suit to provide the season's climactic lightsaber duel. Disney
  • Revenge of the Sith didn't begin to explore how the clones felt about betraying and murdering all their Jedi friends. Disney
  • Obi-Wan is going to get even more screentime on Disney+ with a new live-action show that's in development. Disney
  • But for now, we get to see him and BAMF Mace Windu slice up some battledroids. Disney
  • Before there was Baby Yoda, there was actual Yoda. Disney
  • The Jedi council were mostly a bunch of idiots, in my opinion. Disney
  • Who doesn't love hearing a bit of "Roger Roger"? Disney
  • The soon-to-be Imperial Navy. Disney

This post contains what could be considered spoilers about a dark lord of the Sith if you've never watched The Clone Wars or Solo. You've been warned.

Back in 2018, Lucasfilm surprised and delighted attendees at that year's ComicCon with the news that it would return to Star Wars: The Clone Wars. On Wednesday it released a new trailer for the animated series' final season, which airs on the Disney+ streaming service beginning February 21. Set before Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, the 12-episode season will (hopefully) wrap up the adventures of fan-favorite Jedi Ahsoka Tano, Anakin Skywalker's Padawan learner.

Like most of my colleagues, signing up for Disney+ wasn't a particularly hard decision; the eight-part series The Mandalorian has been more than worth the price of entry. But Disney wants people like me to keep sending it $6.99 a month, and that means fresh content, no matter how totes adorbs we all find Baby Yoda.

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