The Walt Disney Company Announces Several New Star Wars Series to Disney+
From the Walt Disney World News and written by: Sean Sposato
In a special presentation by The Walt Disney Company on Thursday, it’s been revealed a special lineup of new Star Wars content coming to Disney+.
Here are all the new shows coming to Disney+:
These two spinoff series, “Star Wars: Rangers of The New Republic” and “Star Wars: Ahsoka” are expected to release in Christmas 2021, said Kathleen Kennedy.
Another Star Wars series expected to join the line up includes “Andor,” which will be released in 2022.
Disney+ will also see the addition of the animated series “Star Wars: The Bad Batch.”
“Star Wars: Visions” will be a series of 10 anthology stories coming to Disney+.
Star Wars: A Droid Story will follow R2-D2 and C3PO
News we already knew, Willow will also be coming to Disney+.
Star Wars: The Acolyte will also be a new addition to Disney+ and will tell a new story from the galaxy far, far away.
Other announcements that came from the special Disney Investor Day 2020 presentation included the news that Disney+ will be coming to Comcast cable and will be available to customers on their set top boxes. Verizon’s high tier customers will continue to get Disney+ for free and their service will be expanded to the Disney+ bundle, which includes Hulu and ESPN+. The company also announced that this bundle will soon have the option to upgrade Hulu to no commercials for an additional $6 per month added to the $12.99 bundle.
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