Star Wars Ashoka TV Show is under Development, Report


Positive news among the lockdown! The Star Wars Ashoka Tano is finally and officially under Disney+ for converting it into series. AnaAnakin Skywalker’s Padawan was first introduced in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated feature film which was set between Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.  After all this Ahsoka is ready to hit the screens and make her live action debut. The new movie is called The Mandolorian season 2 where she will be playing the character of Rosario Dawson.

While the production houses are trying their level best to upgrade the Star Wars nearing the end of the saga. J.J Abram is focusing to release his movie Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker on small scales like that of Disney+.

Leaving that entire aside the reports have confirmed that a new series starring Ahsoka is to be made under Fandom Wire Production.


Ahsoka Tano first appeared for time in 2008 in the movie Star Wars: The Clone Wars. The character also ended up being the highlight of the show The Cartoon Wars.

Ashoka is considered a subject of fan following and interest in the Star War series.  The novel on which the movie is based explores Ahsoka’s life after leaving Jedi Order and before he meets his rebel enemies and the saga stars.

There is no indication yet as to when the Disney is going to start the production of the Ahsoka. The makers say that it will interest for the audience.

In the new report which just came up some time ago said that the curious Ahsoka’s upcoming appearance will be a springboard in the TV shows in the summer. With the Pedro Pascal-led show set five years after the events of Return of the Jedi, the time setting could work. The rumored project can shed light on the remaining mysteries regarding the character. Ahsoka’s absence from the movies bar the voice cameo in The Rise of Skywalker poses big questions about her whereabouts and what she’s been up to during the rise and eventual reign of the First Order.


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