During their Investor Day, Disney and Lucasfilm announced a number of new Star Wars series coming to Disney+.
First is Rangers of the New Republic and Ahsoka, both of which are spinoffs of The Mandalorian.
Each show is set within the timeline of The Mandalorian, Rosario Dawson will be reprising her role as Ahsoka in the upcoming series.
In addition to the two Mando spinoffs, Lucasfilm gave an update on the upcoming Cassian Andor series simply called Andor.
The show is set within the Star Wars universe and set to debut on Disney+ in 2022, filming is currently underway.
The previously announced Obi-Wan Kenobi series will see Ewan McGregor back in the title role and Hayden Christensen is returning as Darth Vader.
No release date has been set for Obi-Wan Kenobi but filming is set to begin in March 2021.
Lucasfilm also showed off the first look at The Clone Wars spin-off, The Bad Batch.
Other Star Wars projects coming to Disney+ include Lando from Justin Simien (Dear White People), The Acolyte from Leslye Headland, Star Wars Visions and A Droid Story.
No release dates have been announced for these upcoming Star Wars projects on Disney+.
In addition to the Star Wars series coming to Disney+, Lucasfilm announced that Wonder Woman director, Patty Jenkins will be directing Star Wars: Rogue Squadron, which will be releasing in 2023.
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