The clone unit 99 has fought its way through the second season – will Disney give the animated series “The Bad Batch” another season?
The “Star Wars” film and series universe is growing and growing – most recently with the addition of a new season of “The Bad Batch,” which you can now stream in its entirety on Disney+. In the new episodes, the elite clone units 99 and Omega once again experience plenty of exciting adventures, but also dangerous confrontations with the Empire. We reveal whether you can look forward to a third season with the damage batch after the new episodes.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 3 Release Date: What are the chances?
Not only on the big screen, but also on the in-house streaming service Disney+, the “Star Wars” world continues to enjoy great success. And if fans tune in in large numbers again for the new season of “The Bad Batch,” another extension should only be a matter of time. At the moment, however, we can only speculate, because there is no official news yet. With a bit of luck, we can expect some good news at the Star Wars Celebration at the beginning of April – we’ll keep you up to date here.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 3: How could it continue?
- Warning, spoilers for the second season of “The Bad Batch” follow! –
The second season of “The Bad Batch” ended with a cliffhanger that left fans eager for more. Omega, the unique female clone who joined Clone Force 99, was kidnapped by Dr. Hemlock, the head of the Empire’s Advanced Science Division. He wants to use her as leverage to force Nala Se, the Kaminoan cloner who created Omega, to cooperate with his mysterious plans for the remaining clones.
Meanwhile, Crosshair, the former member of the Bad Batch who betrayed them to serve the Empire, managed to escape from his captors and warn his old squadmates about Hemlock’s intentions. However, his message was misunderstood as a plea for help, and the Bad Batch decided to infiltrate an Imperial summit on Eriadu, where Hemlock was presenting his proposals to Governor Tarkin and other Imperial leaders.
Their mission went horribly wrong when they encountered Saw Gerrera, the rebel leader who had planted explosives in the summit building. Saw refused to abort his attack, even though it endangered the lives of Crosshair and Omega. The Bad Batch barely escaped from the blast, but not without a tragic loss: Tech, the brains of the team, sacrificed himself to save his friends.
The season 2 finale sets up a thrilling third season that will explore the fate of Omega and Nala Se, as well as the relationship between Crosshair and the Bad Batch. It will also reveal more about Hemlock’s secret project and how it connects to Project Stardust, the codename for the Death Star that was mentioned by Orson Krennic, who made a surprise cameo in the finale. Additionally, it will show how the Bad Batch will cope with Tech’s death and how they will deal with Saw Gerrera’s radical rebellion.
So, There are hints that a new Clone uprising will happen soon.