Lucasfilm exposed the release schedule for all the primary Star Wars series presently in production, consisting of Season 3 of The Mandalorian, Rosario Dawsons Ahsoka Tano series, and Rogue One’s prequel series Andor. The release windows for all series were exposed by Vanity Fair.

The next Star Wars reveal to strike Disney+ is Obi-Wan Kenobi, starring Ewan McGregor as the titular Jedi Master and Hayden Christensen as the Sith Lord Darth Vader. The program will bridge the space in between Vengeance of the Sith and a New Hope, revealing how Obi-Wan kept young Luke concealed from the Empire. The series’ trailers likewise highlight how the Empire’s Inquisitors will be a big part of the series, as Obi-Wan requires to outmaneuver the force-sensitive masters of the Dark Side. Obi-Wan Kenobi premieres with 2 episodes on May 27, however up until now, we didn’t understand what would be the next Star Wars series to come to Disney+.


Following Obi-Wan Kenobi, the next series to be launched will be Andor. The prequel to Rogue One will follow Diego Luna’s Cassian Andor, a Rebel leader that would assist take the Death Stars strategies. The series will reveal how Cassian ended up being included with the Disobedience and see Forest Whitaker repeating his function of Saw Gerrera. Andor concerns Disney+ this summer, and Lucasfilm is positive fans will like the program considering that there are currently prepare for a 2nd season.

After Andor provides a brand-new Star Wars story to fans, we’ll see the return of everybody’s preferred Mandalorian, Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal). Season 3 of The Mandalorian is slated for late 2022 or early 2023 and will keep following the experiences of the fugitive hunter and his adoptive kid, Grogu, aka Child Yoda. Likewise slated for 2023 is Ahsoka, which simply began shooting a number of weeks back.

The only primary Star Wars series without a clear release window is The Acolyte, which will take us to the High Republic, 100 years prior to The Phantom Threat. While Lucasfilm verifies the series will premiere after Ahsoka, we don’t understand exactly when. Nevertheless, it’s worth discovering that Lucasfilm is presently casting for The Acolyte, and the studio has actually likewise verified it prepares to have 3 Star Wars seasons each year. So, it would be safe to presume that The Acolyte may pertain to Disney+ in late 2023.

The Star Wars universe appears to be going through a fast growth. While there’s no significant theatrical release on the horizon for the franchise considering that Rian Johnson’s assured trilogy has actually been postponed, Lucasfilm is still managing a great deal of moving parts. Besides all the series with verified release windows, there’s still an untitled Star War series being established by Spider-Man: No Chance House director Jon Watts, which is stated to take motivation from 1980s coming-of-age stories. It’s an outstanding time to be a Star Wars fan, as Disney doesn’t appear going to decrease.