As a fan of the once filmmaker George Lucas star saga created and sold for billions to the Disney group, one cannot currently complain about a lack of content. It is true “Star Wars” brand currently broke in cinemas, but new blockbuster projects are to be unveiled very soon. Among other things, information about a project is eagerly awaited, which is now referred to as Episode 10 among fan circles, since it is supposed to follow the events of the last cinema film. Until the time comes, Lucasfilms will constantly provide us with new content via the Disney Plus streaming service.
What new Star Wars series are coming to Disney Plus?
The third season of The Mandalorian will premiere on March 1st, 2023 on Disney Plus and will consist of eight episodes. Apparently, many fans are looking forward to the further fate of the bounty hunter and his ward Baby Yoda. At least that’s what the viewing figures for the new trailer suggest.
At Ahsoka is another live-action series in the Star Wars universe, which will be released on Disney Plus this year. The story of Anakin Skywalker’s former Padawan, who was eventually seduced by the Dark Side of the Force and became Darth Vader, takes place at the same time as The Mandalorian.
And also skeleton crew Supposedly coming out in 2023. The new Star Wars series will be about a group of children stranded in the galaxy, but will still be aimed at an adult audience. For this project could Hollywood star Jude Law be won.
Star Wars: This new live-action series is already getting its fourth season
Since the real series mentioned above are not only all set in the Star Wars universe, but also play at around the same time, long-term planning by those responsible is obviously necessary. So confirmed actor, producer and screenwriter Jon Favreau (Young Sheldon, Marvel’s Spider-Man: No Way Home) that he had already finished writing season four of The Mandalorian with Pedro Pascal (The Last of Us).
Since the events of the upcoming Star Wars series are directly linked, it is according to the showrunner necessary to stake out the narrative framework at such an early stage. On the other hand, fans on social networks worry that the flood of new Star Wars series could be too much of a good thing. In order to keep Disney Plus subscribers happy, the focus is increasingly on quantity instead of quality. Disney recently put the brakes on the Marvel Cinematic Universe to counter possible audience saturation. Perhaps this would be appropriate in the case of Star Wars.