Published: Fri, January 24, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Star Wars: The Clone Wars' Final Season Trailer Teases an Epic Conclusion

Star Wars: The Clone Wars' Final Season Trailer Teases an Epic Conclusion

The animated series' 12-episode swan song comes almost six years after Season 6 landed on Netflix.

Almost 10 years and three networks later, "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" is finally getting its last season.

"Soon the galaxy will be remade", a mysterious ominous voice states at the beginning of "The Clone Wars" trailer.

As well as this long-awaitied showdown, the trailer gives us a few fleeting glimpses of the goings on with Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda and Mace Windu as they slowly come to realise that the Jedi Order may well have been infiltrated by a powerful evil.

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To make matters worse, Darth Maul is also back.

Been waiting patiently for the end of Star Wars: The Clone Wars? The show was set between Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, focusing on the titular Clone Wars that played such a major role in the prequel movie trilogy. We are given a morbidly cryptic hint at this near future in the trailer when Anakin reaches out to touch a hologram of Padme, something that evokes the image of a force ghost. Order 66 is looming large and, if you've followed the Rebels series, you'll know that the death of Jarrus' Jedi Master during that event serves as ample motivation for the character.

During last year's Comic-Con, Star Wars animation veteran Dave Filoni revealed that the much-loved animated series would return for a seventh and final season. This joins the service's Star Wars original live-action show The Mandalorian as a way to draw in subscribers.

"Every choice made has led to this", announces Darth Maul, ominously, right before crossing his lightsaber with Ahsoka Tano.

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