STAR WARS: THE BAD BATCH WILL END AFTER SEASON THREE
If you’re a fan of the animated TV series Star Wars: The Bad Batch, we’ve got some news for you. During this year’s Star Wars Celebration, Lucasfilm announced that the show has been renewed for a third and final season. Unfortunately, this also means that the series will come to an end in 2024.
THE SHOW’S PLOT
For those who haven’t watched the show yet, Star Wars: The Bad Batch is a spinoff of The Clone Wars. It follows a group of experimental clone troopers called Clone Force 99 who became fugitives after resisting the infamous Order 66 command that turned their counterparts against the Jedi.
THE SHOW’S CAST AND CHARACTERS
The series features an impressive cast of voice actors, including Dee Bradley Baker as the Bad Batch, Ian McDiarmid as Emperor Palpatine, and Ming-Na Wen as Fennec Shand. During the Star Wars Celebration event, Lucasfilm revealed that Dr. Royce Hemlock will also make an appearance in the show.
THE NEW SEASON’S TEASER TRAILER
Fans who attended the Star Wars Celebration were treated to a teaser trailer for the upcoming season, which has yet to be released online. The teaser features glimpses of several worlds and characters, including Republic commandos, clones, Rex, and plenty of giant creatures. It also opens with Emperor Palpatine and features the appearance of bounty hunter Fennec Shand.
In conclusion, it’s a bittersweet moment for fans of Star Wars: The Bad Batch. While we’re excited for another season of the show, we’re also sad to know that it will be the final one. We can’t wait to see what the creators have in store for us in this last season.