Ever since Disney announced that they would launch their own streaming service for their media library and new original exclusive content, a platform that now has the name Disney+, they have also given a lineup of all those original movies and series they plan to debut with the service’s launch.
Among the many general franchises we can expect to be found on Disney+ in 2019 is of course, the space opera saga of Star Wars from Lucasfilm. The initial content announcement had one live-action Star Wars series to be written by Jon Favreau. We now know its title, and that it’ll also be accompanied by two more Star Wars shows.
These are the current Star Wars exclusive content to expect on Disney+ in the future:
- The Mandalorian – Star Wars series written by Favreau; about the titular member of the Galaxy’s bounty hunter society
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars (season 7) – revival of Cartoon Network and Netflix 3D-animated spinoff series between Episodes II and III of the prequel trilogy; set for 12 episodes
- untitled Rogue One prequel series – proposed espionage thriller set before the Rogue One spinoff film; starring Diego Luna reprising his role as Rebel Alliance intelligence officer Cassian Andor, who would eventually die delivering the Death Star plans during the Battle of Scarif
All three series are thus far still on the order phase, with no word yet on full production will begin.