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"Tales of the Jedi is an anthology of Original animated shorts, each story featuring Jedi from the prequel era, streaming Fall 2022 only on @DisneyPlus."
―The official Star Wars twitter account[3]

Tales of the Jedi is an upcoming series of six animated anthology shorts that will be released in Fall 2022. Each episode will feature Jedi from the era of the prequel trilogy; one half of the episodes will focus on Count Dooku, while the the other will focus upon Ahsoka Tano, with other Jedi featuring as supporting characters in the shorts.[6] Created and written by Dave Filoni, the six-episode series is animated in the style of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars: The Bad Batch.[4]

Development[]

Tales of the Jedi was first officially announced on April 27, 2022, as part of a schedule of panels for the upcoming Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2022 convention. It will be an animated anthology series consisting of shorts. A panel about Tales of the Jedi was held on May 28, the third day of the convention, hosted by Amy Ratcliffe with Dave Filoni as a special guest.[1] The existence of the series was first leaked in December 2021 through a logo included on a Lucasfilm employee Christmas gift, images of which were released on the Internet.[7] The show shares its name with Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi, a comic book maxiseries in the Star Wars Legends continuity[8] published by Dark Horse Comics between 1993[9] and 1998.[10]

Episodes[]

Episode Image Title Original Airdate Prod. #
1[6] "Life and Death"[4] N/A
2[6]
3[6]
4[6]
5[6]
6[6]

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