Ahsoka is a forthcoming limited series for Disney+ that Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni created. It is a component of the Star Wars franchise, a spin-off of The Mandalorian starring the Star Wars media protagonist Ahsoka Tano.
Clone Wars artist Dave Filoni, currently Lucasfilm’s senior creative director, drew and designed the character, which Ashley Eckstein originally voiced.
Since her conception, the character has appeared in several seasons of Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels, and most recently, The Mandalorian, where Rosario Dawson portrays her. We all know about the eagerly anticipated new Star Wars television series.
Ahsoka Release Date
It was revealed in October that the production of Ahsoka will not commence until early 2022. Disney+ has officially announced that production started on May 9, 2022, putting an end to rumors that it might begin in March or April.
Ahsoka, an original series, begins production today. #DisneyPlus tweeted the streaming service’s official Twitter account. Considering the requirement for post-production CGI and special effects, it seems doubtful that we will see the new series until at least the end of 2022, given that production has just begun. Ahsoka is slated for release in 2023.
The cast of Ahsoka is as follows:
- Natasha Liu Bordizzo in the role of Sabine Wren
- Rosario Dawson being Ahsoka Tano
- Hayden Christensen will act as Anakin Skywalker
As with every recent Star Wars endeavor, storyline specifics are being kept to a minimum, but that doesn’t imply we don’t have a decent sense of where Ahsoka’s journey is headed.
After her episode of The Mandalorian, Ahsoka’s objective became crystal obvious. Ahsoka made it plain after her confrontation with Morgan Elsbeth that she was after a larger prey: Grand Admiral Thrawn, the Chiss Imperial commander and the main nemesis from Star Wars Rebels.
Despite facing several Sith Lords and Inquisitors, Thrawn was one of the most ruthless and deadly adversaries the Rebels had ever encountered, pushing the crew to its physical and mental limitations.
With Thrawn and the protagonist of Rebels, Ezra Bridger, vanishing into the emptiness of space, the show’s climax was more of a cliffhanger than a resolution.
Consequently, if Thrawn is still alive, as Ahsoka believes, there is a strong likelihood that Ezra is still alive, making Ahsoka a continuance of Tano’s narrative and a direct prequel to Star Wars Rebels.
Since the series is presently in production, we did not anticipate seeing footage for a long. However, some videos debuted at the show’s panel at the Star Wars Celebration, albeit those not in attendance could not view the sizzle reel.
As usual, story specifics were kept under wraps, although it was confirmed that Twi’Lek Ghost pilot Hera Syndulla, along with other returning characters, will make an appearance.
Where To Watch Ahsoka?
Ahsoka will release on Disney+. We will update this post if any official news is announced! Please stay connected with us!