Star Wars: Ahsoka- When is it coming out? Here’s what we know!


Since the humble farmboy who saved the galaxy, Star Wars has advanced significantly. The lore of the galaxy far, far away has grown so much since the time of the Rebellion and the Galactic Empire in the Original Trilogy that it is frequently difficult to keep up with the movies, TV shows, books, and comic books that expand the already enormous galaxy even further. Disney appears to be putting a lot of emphasis on the small-screen side of things in the wake of The Mandalorian’s unprecedented success.

One new Star Wars series stands out among the many others that are coming to Disney Plus; it is the one that will see Ahsoka Tano’s return. Ahsoka Tano was Anakin Skywalker’s apprentice and, by the time we meet her in The Mandalorian, she is a fully-fledged Jedi (sort of).

Ahsoka has a lot of ground to make up, especially considering how much time has passed between her last appearance in The Clone Wars and her live-action debut.


The Star Wars: Ahsoka Plot

Although the show’s plot is still a mystery, fans have many theories about what Ahsoka will prioritize. Ahsoka made reference to her search for Grand Admiral Thrawn, a beloved Star Wars bad guy who disappeared along with Jedi Ezra Bridger in Star Wars Rebels when she made an appearance in The Mandalorian.

It is anticipated that the episode would continue Ahsoka’s journey for her companion while taking some punishment along the way. It is set in the distant years following the defeat of Emperor Palpatine. If this turns out to be the show’s plot, Sabine Wren will probably serve as the assistant, and since Thrawn, Bridger, and she has yet to make their live-action debuts, Ahsoka is sure to be a real treat for Rebels fans.

However, it’s possible that the series will focus on other things as well. The World Between Worlds may be hinted at by the strange, ethereal images that hang around Ahsoka’s name in the show’s logo, according to some fans.

Ahsoka in Rebels exploited the World Between Worlds, a strange place where time flows strangely, to attempt a daring escape from Darth Vader. It is quite possible that it will show up in the Ahsoka series, marking the first time travel has been used in a Star Wars live-action production. Additionally, considering how Hayden Christensen fits into the show, perhaps time travel will bring Ahsoka and her instructor back into each other’s presence.


Star Wars: Ahsoka Cast

Rosario Dawson will be repeating her role as the titular Jedi, who made her live-action debut in The Mandalorian’s “Chapter 13: The Jedi” episode since this has already been established.

The Sith lord Anakin Skywalker himself, Hayden Christensen, is scheduled to make an appearance, although the specifics of his presence are still unknown. He could show up in some flashback scenes from the Clone Wars, or he might play Darth Vader for the first time since their confrontation in Rebels.

The outcome of the apparition will have to be seen, but nonetheless, it appears that Ahsoka will eventually have to deal with her history. Sabine Wren, the sole confirmed character to make her live-action debut in the series, will transition from Rebels to live-action and will be portrayed by Natasha Liu Bordizzo.

However, there are rumors that Grand Admiral Thrawn, Hera Syndulla, and Ezra Bridger have already been cast and will appear on the show at some point.


Star Wars: Ahsoka Release date

Ahsoka’s Disney Plus debut was announced for 2023 during Star Wars Celebration 2022. Although there isn’t a more precise release date yet, we won’t have to wait long.

On May 9, a social media post from the official Star Wars accounts announced the start of the show’s production. It makes sense that it will be into the following year before we see what they’re up to given the kind of production value we see from these projects.

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