Disney to premiere 11 Star Wars series over the next few years on Disney +

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The universe of Star Wars has found a great platform to expand its vast universe through the most varied series and formats. And is that productions like The Mandalorian or the already shot The Book of Boba Fett, Obi-Wan Kenobi O Andor in real action or The Bad Remain O Visions in animation they are just a small sample of everything to come. So much so, that the medium The Hollywood Reporter has echoed Disney’s plans with Star Wars at the series level, with up to a total of 11 new releases series planned for the next few years.

New Star Wars series for Disney +

Thus, coinciding with the announcement of the premiere date of the new series The Book of Boba Fett, in turn, spin-off of The Mandalorian focused on the figure of the mythical bounty hunter from Star Wars, it has transpired that Disney + will premiere up to 11 series from that universe in the coming years, although it is not clear how many of them will be live action and how many animation.

Of course, most of them we already know, as are the imminent The Book of Boba Fett, which has taken the place of the third season of The Mandalorian, which will premiere next year alongside the second season of The Bad Remittance. Likewise, for 2022 other series are expected such as Obi-Wan Kenobi and Andor, already shot.

Other series announced although still in the pre-production phase are The Acolyte, set in the High Republic, Lando Calrissian, with the insightful character as the protagonist, Ahsoka, the series dedicated to the Jedi played by Rosario Dawson, or A Droid Story, an animated series focused on the adventures of R2-D2 and C-3PO.

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As a curiosity, the media cites the series Rangers of the New Republic as a project not canceled despite the latest information that pointed to a production on indefinite hiatus. Although as we say, the number of live action and animation series is not clarified, so if only reference is made to live action series, a good handful of new Star Wars productions could be announced soon.

Source | The Hollywood Reporter


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