Rangers of the New Republic series put on hold at Disney+

Fans still have plenty of Star Wars series to look forward too however.

Planned The Mandalorian spinoff Rangers of the New Republic is no longer in active development at Disney+. 

While nothing’s been confirmed, many have speculated that this decision is due to Disney cutting ties with actress Gina Carano after she posted a number of offensive tweets earlier this year.

It was thought that the former MMA star would have headlined the new series after her The Mandalorian character Cara Dune became a Marshal of the New Republic in season 2.  

Of course, this decision could also just be a result of Disney opting to prioritize the production of one of its numerous other Star Wars-related series over Rangers

In addition to a third season of The Mandalorian, several other major live-action and animated Star Wars projects are in the works at Disney+. 

Ewan McGregor is set to headline an Obi-Wan Kenobi series whilst Lando will see Donald Glover reprise his role as a younger version of the famed smuggler. 

There’s also Andor, a spy thriller revolving around Diego Luna’s Rogue One character, The Book of Boba Fett which will follow the titular bounty hunter (Temuera Morrison) and the Rosario Dawson-led Ahsoka

Those in the latter category also include The Clone Wars spinoff The Bad Batch and anthology Star Wars: Visions which will consist of several short films shot in the Japanese anime style. 

You can stream both seasons of The Mandalorian on Disney+ now. 

Source: Collider

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