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All New Star Wars Movies & Series Announced At D23 Expo 2022

Lucasfilm revealed several new and returning Star Wars series, including The Mandalorian and The Bad Batch, at D23 Expo 2022.
All New Star Wars Movies & Series Announced At D23 Expo 2022

The Disney and Marvel Showcase (D23 Expo 2022) featured many exciting movies, series, and games, ranging from sequels and standalone films led by Pixar and Walt Disney Studios to the continuation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and its Phase 5 movies.

In a previous article, we covered all the new Marvel movies and films. If the classic superhero action doesn’t entice you, you might want to check out all the upcoming Disney films and shows.

Otherwise, another highlight of the D23 Expo was all the upcoming Star Wars content, including several new and returning Star Wars series, including The Mandalorian and The Bad Batch, that Jedis will undoubtedly enjoy.

D23 Expo 2022 – All Star Wars Movies And Series Announced

Here are all the exciting new Star Wars movies and series announced at D23 Expo that you can look forward to watching.

The Mandalorian

As one of the critically acclaimed series that’s blown away Star Wars fans, The Mandalorian will return with its third season in 2023. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have a set release date, but the trailer has already debuted.

Featuring the brilliant actor and face of the series, Pedro Pascal, the show will dive deeper into the mysteries of the Mandalorian way, Jedi, and what’s become of the last encounter with Moff Gideon.

The Bad Batch

Another show receiving follow-ups is The Bad Batch. Announced by Dave Filoni, the series will receive sixteen new episodes upon its second season release on 4th January 2023.

second season the bad batch
There will be a second season of The Bad Batch.

The animated show will extend its narrative about the aftermath of the Clone War and look deeper into what has become of it.

Tales of the Jedi

As one of the fairly newer series to be announced, Tales of the Jedi is another animated show making its way to Star Wars fans.

Tales of the Jedi features six shorts that talk about the life of Ahsoka Tano and Count Dooku. Unlike some of the aforementioned shows, Tales of the Jedi will debut a little earlier on 26th October 2022.

Andor

Star Wars Andor is one of the more widely-known series that’s been revealed already. Comprising twenty-four episodes of “spy-thriller,” the show focuses on the rebelling, righteous Caspian Andor, played by Diego Luna, and his journey leading up to the film Rogue: One.

The team behind Andor also announced they would start filming the second and last season very soon. So, if you haven’t already, feel free to look at the trailer above.

Ahsoka

Another film led by Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau is Ahsoka. Although not much information about the standalone show has been revealed, it will focus on Ahsoka Tano’s connection to the force and living growing up with her powers.

ahsoka standalone series
Ahsoka will be a standalone series about Ahsoka Tano.

Beyond this, there have only been teased photos of the production, but nothing else so far.

Skeleton Crew

Skeleton Crew is Jude Law’s first debut in the Star Wars universe. The show talks about a group of children finding their way home across space. Without much detailed information on the show, fans can expect more details to be released soon as 2023 draws closer.

Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures

Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures is the latest preschool series about the universe to debut in 2023. The show stars Jamaal Avery Jr. and Emma Berman as Kai Brightstar and Nash Durango. 

And that’s all there is to it. For more information about these films and series, keep close attention to Star Wars announcements or Disney and Lucasfilm reveals as 2023 inches closer.

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