The final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and what to expect
The fans have finally got what they've been asking for.
The new trailer has been released for the seventh and final installment of The Clone Wars animated series which is set to come out on the 21st February, as fans wait to get the closure they’ve been waiting for.
Star Wars fans around the globe will be revelling in the prospect of the most prolific characters in the Galaxy coming together to see out the series and the end of The Clone Wars, with likes of Darth Maul, Anakin Skywalker, Yoda, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Mace Windu and Ahsoka Tano all making appearances.
One of the main story arcs in this new season will involve the Siege of Mandalore and a resurgent Darth Maul, while forcing fans to relive Order 66 in an action packed adventure leading up to the events that occured in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. The trailer also reveals Ahsoka and Anakin being reunited for the first time since Skywalker’s padawan left the Jedi Order, which will be a touching sight for many fans to see.
The television series will be aired on Disney+ and will feature 12 episodes released on a weekly basis - sorry bingers! As well as the new series, older episodes of The Clone Wars are currently on Disney+ for any Star Wars fan looking to get involved in the hype surrounding The Clone Wars animated series.
Disney+ is also home to the Mandalorian, whose end hinted at possible ties between the two series, with David Filoni - the director and executive producer of the Mandalorian - also working as executive producer for the up and coming final season of The Clone Wars.
Unfortunately, viewers in Britain will only be able to watch series seven of The Clone Wars when Disney+ is released in the UK on the 24th March 2020.