The Star Wars series are an undeniable success, just remember the commotion around The Mandalorian to understand how important this universe is for Disney Plus. Now the American streaming service has just announced a new production called Star Wars: The Bad Batch and it will be an animated series and, as always, set in a galaxy far, far away.
The newest attraction of streaming was confirmed today by the official Disney Plus Twitter account and it will be produced, as always, by Lucasfilm and accompanies the journey of The Bad Batch, an experimental group of clones, which first appeared in The Clone Wars. Each of these clones will have unique exceptional abilities.
According to the official Star Wars website, they will travel the galaxy in the post-war on daring mercenary missions struggling to stay alive and find a purpose in life.
Jennifer Corbett, of Star Wars Resistance, will be the chief writer of the new animated series, which will have Dave Filoni as executive producer, who has directed Star Wars. The launch is already scheduled for 2021, but still with no exact date.
It is worth remembering that a second season of The Mandalorinano has already been confirmed for 2020, although there is still no specific date for its debut, since its announcement occurred before the coronavirus pandemic started and it may delay the recordings.