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"Any opportunity to put the final pieces of the story in place is meaningful as a storyteller. I’m happy for the opportunity to define these things and the end of this part of the Clone War."
―Dave Filoni[src]

Star Wars: The Clone Wars is returning for a revival run of twelve new episodes that will air on Disney+, the forthcoming streaming service. The revival was announced by the show's supervising director, Dave Filoni, on July 19, 2018 at San Diego Comic-Con, during a panel commemorating the show’s tenth anniversary. The episodes will be a continuation of the series after it was cancelled in 2013, and will include the Siege of Mandalore. Series stars Matt Lanter, Ashley Eckstein, James Arnold Taylor, Dee Bradley Baker, Tom Kane and more have all returned to lend their voices to the series.

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"Without getting too much into detail - because I love the fan speculation - but it would be a real shame to have done all this work and not use it. So we are looking at everything and going over all those scripts we had. I think that the biggest thing for me is "how do we make this show better?" And I think that means examining all the work we had done, the work we were planning on doing, and also trying to honor the work of so many people that were in the middle of making stuff."
Dave Filoni[src]

Star Wars: The Clone Wars ran from October 3, 2008[6] until its final regular broadcast episode on March 2, 2013,[7] following the show’s cancellation at the end of its fifth season.[8] A half-length season containing the show’s completed but unaired episodes debuted on Netflix on March 7, 2014,[9] and some story arcs were released in several different mediums in the following years.[10] The show was succeeded by Star Wars Rebels,[11] which continued the story of Clone Wars era characters like Ahsoka Tano and Clone Captain Rex,[12] but fans continued asking for more episodes of The Clone Wars.[13] A popular hashtag for the campaign was #SaveTheCloneWars.[14]

A series revival on Disney+, the forthcoming streaming service, was announced at San Diego Comic Con on July 19, 2018, during a panel commemorating the show's 10th anniversary. The announcement came with a trailer for the new season and a poster that contained the hashtag #CloneWarsSaved, referencing the fan campaign.[3] A StarWars.com interview with Dave Filoni, the show's supervising director, confirmed that the new season would contain 12 new episodes.[1] One of the story arcs in the new season will be the Siege of Mandalore, with some scenes about it contained in the trailer.[3] The arc was originally intended as the show's series finale,[15] which takes place before and during the events of Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith, including Order 66.[16] The arc has been referenced in Star Wars Rebels[17] and partly adapted in the young-adult novel Ahsoka.[16]

Matt Lanter, Ashley Eckstein, James Arnold Taylor and Dee Bradley Baker were confirmed to be reprising their respective roles as Anakin Skywalker, Ahsoka Tano, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Captain Rex by the revival trailer.[3] In August 2018, Tom Kane confirmed on his Facebook account that he had recorded lines for five new episodes of the revival, though he did not confirm if he will be reprising his roles as the Narrator, Yoda or Wullf Yularen.[4] As of November 5, recording is still underway according to Eckstein.[18]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 SWCustom-2011 SDCC 2018: Star Wars: The Clone Wars to Return With New Episodes on StarWars.com
  2. Breznican, Anthony (January 3, 2019). Here are all the Star Wars projects coming in 2019. Entertainment Weekly. ew.com.
  3. 3.000 3.001 3.002 3.003 3.004 3.005 3.006 3.007 3.008 3.009 3.010 3.011 3.012 3.013 3.014 3.015 3.016 3.017 3.018 3.019 3.020 3.021 3.022 3.023 3.024 3.025 3.026 3.027 3.028 3.029 3.030 3.031 3.032 3.033 3.034 3.035 3.036 3.037 3.038 3.039 3.040 3.041 3.042 3.043 3.044 3.045 3.046 3.047 3.048 3.049 3.050 3.051 3.052 3.053 3.054 3.055 3.056 3.057 3.058 3.059 3.060 3.061 3.062 3.063 3.064 3.065 3.066 3.067 3.068 3.069 3.070 3.071 3.072 3.073 3.074 3.075 3.076 3.077 3.078 3.079 3.080 3.081 3.082 3.083 3.084 3.085 3.086 3.087 3.088 3.089 3.090 3.091 3.092 3.093 3.094 3.095 3.096 3.097 3.098 3.099 3.100 SWCustom-2011 #CloneWarsSaved Trailer | Star Wars: The Clone Wars on StarWars.com
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 TwitterLogo @Corey-WolfPack (Corey Van Dyke) on Twitter "Tom Kane said on his Facebook that he recorded lines for 5 new The Clone Wars episodes yesterday. That gets me so pumped."
  5. The novel Ahsoka places the Siege of Mandalore, which is depicted in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars revival, as taking place during the events of Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith. Star Wars: Galactic Atlas places the events of Episode III in 19 BBY, therefore, this places the revival in 19 BBY.
  6. IMDb favicon Ambush at the Internet Movie Database
  7. IMDb favicon The Wrong Jedi at the Internet Movie Database
  8. SWCustom-2011 A New Direction for Lucasfilm Animation on StarWars.com (backup link)
  9. SWCustom-2011 Star Wars: The Clone Wars — The Lost Missions Now on Netflix on StarWars.com
  10. SWCustom-2011 The Clone Wars Legacy on StarWars.com
  11. SWCustom-2011 New Animated Series Star Wars Rebels Coming Fall 2014 on StarWars.com
  12. Rebels-mini-logo Star Wars Rebels – "Relics of the Old Republic"
  13. SWCustom-2011 SDCC 2018: 12 Things We Learned From the Star Wars: The Clone Wars Panel on StarWars.com
  14. SaveCloneWars on Twitter
  15. TwitterLogo @BFree63 (Brent Friedman) on Twitter "It's a reference to Clone Wars' 'lost' series finale, since that arc and last night's ep were both written by @MattMichnovetz" (screenshot)
  16. 16.0 16.1 Ahsoka
  17. Rebels-mini-logo Star Wars Rebels – "The Lost Commanders"
  18. Damore, Meagan (November 5, 2018). Star Wars: The Clone Wars' Ashley Eckstein Offers an Update on Season 7. CBR.com. Retrieved on November 5, 2018.


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