Setback for fans: One of the best ‘Star Wars’ series might not reach us until 2025

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Disney+ has now published its film and series line-up for 2024, with both good and bad news for “Star Wars” fans.

This year, ‘Star Wars’ fans were able to look forward to some new content from the franchise: ‘Ahsoka’ and ‘The Adventures of the Young Jedi’ started this year and new seasons of ‘The Mandalorian‘, ‘The Bad Batch‘ and ‘Visions’ were released.

We can also expect some exciting “Star Wars” spin-offs in 2024: the long-awaited series “Star Wars: Skeleton Crew” and “Star Wars: The Acolyte” are finally starting. However, there is bad news for fans of “The Adventures of the Young Jedi”, “The Bad Batch” and “Andor“: It is currently unclear whether the sequels to the series will also be released next year or whether they will be pushed back to 2025 (via ComicBook.com).

“Andor” surprised fans extremely positively in 2022 and was able to assert itself as one of the best “Star Wars” series of all time, which is why it hurts all the more that a sequel may have to wait. The series also impressed us across the board. If you haven’t seen season 1 yet, you should do so as soon as possible. This trailer gives you a first glimpse:

Is there hope for a 2024 release of “Andor” & Co.

Even though the streaming service’s announcement does not mention new seasons of the three series for their 2024 releases, there is still hope that the announcement only lists the “Star Wars” series that are new to the streaming service. However, this is not the strongest argument when you consider that new seasons of “The Bear” and “Welcome to Wrexham” are listed, for example. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait and see.

Despite the bad news, “Star Wars” fans can look forward to “Skeleton Crew” and “The Acolyte”:

“Star Wars: Skeleton Crew” tells the story of four children who get lost in the vastness of the galaxy and try to find their way home.

“Star Wars: The Acolyte” is a mystery thriller about the last days of the High Republic. A former Padawan reunites with his Jedi Master to investigate a series of crimes, but the forces they confront are more sinister than they ever expected…

Exact start dates for the two series have not yet been announced. When the time comes, you’ll be able to stream the two ‘Star Wars’ spin-offs alongside other productions in the franchise on Disney+.

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