Scene from The Bad Batch Season 2 Finale (Lucasfilm/Disney)

Two new live action Star Wars shows will arrive on Disney Plus in 2024, while two popular animated Star Wars shows will bring new seasons to the platform in the next twelve months. The second, and final, season of the critically acclaimed Star Wars: Andor, originally planned for next year, won’t be arriving until 2025. This is most likely due to production delays caused by the recent SAG-AFTRA Strike.

Lucasfilm hasn’t confirmed the specific release date, or month, of any of these projects as of yet, only the year. Here are the Star Wars streaming shows we can expect in 2024:

The Acolyte

This eight episode live action show will be the first Canon Star Wars series set in the High Republic Era, specifically covering its “final days”. Helmed by Leslye Headland (creator of Russian Doll), and starring Amandla Stenberg (Rue from Hunger Games), it takes place approximately 100 years before the events of Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. Not sure if Yoda or Huyang will show up, though both of them theoretically could.

The Bad Batch Season 3

The second season of this animated Early Empire-Era animated show left us with quite the cliffhanger. Now, this Dave Filoni-created (and helmed) successor to Star Wars: The Clone Wars is back for its third, and reportedly final, outing. No word on if Omega and Clone Force 99 will go on to other Star Wars projects.

Skeleton Crew

While we won’t be getting another season of The Mandalorian or Ahsoka in 2024, this live action series created by Jon Watts (director of the last three Spiderman films) is set in the same New Republic/Imperial Remnant Era as they are. The show stars Jude Law as a Jedi who helps four kids lost in the galaxy get home. No word on if there will be crossover with characters from the other show set at the same time, though I wouldn’t be surprised to see Carson Teva (Paul Sun-Hyung Lee) show up, that guy’s everywhere!

Tales of the Jedi Season 2

Dave Filoni’s beautifully animated series of short tales (approximately 15 minutes an episode) from the Star Wars Universe returns for another season. In the first six episode season, Filoni focused on Count Dooku and Ahsoka Tano, devoting three episodes to each of them. We got backstory, filled in gaps, and answered questions posed by their appearances in other Star Wars content. No word on who Season 2 will focus on.

When it comes to Star Wars movies, don’t expect any next year. The Rey movie with Daisy Ridley is only expected to go into production in 2024, and Dave Filoni’s Mandoverse film, tying together all the shows set in the New Republic/Imperial Remnant Era, could be heading to production next year as well, though none of that is confirmed.

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