‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch’ Officially Renewed For Season 2 On Disney+

star wars the bad batch season 2Some great news today for fans of ‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch’, the animated ‘Clone Wars’ spinoff series as Disney+ has now officially renewed the series for a second season.

The announcement for the renewal arrives with only a couple new episodes remaining in the animated show’s debut season. The second season is expected to arrive on the streaming service in 2022. You can read the official announcement from Disney below!

Via Disney:

Today, Disney+ announced the second season of the critically acclaimed animated series “Star Wars: The Bad Batch,” which will launch in 2022. “Fans have enthusiastically embraced the action and drama of “Star Wars: The Bad Batch,” and we are excited to see the Star Wars animated universe continue to expand on Disney+,” said Michael Paull, President of Disney+ and ESPN+. “As the dedicated streaming home for the Star Wars franchise, we can’t wait for the second season of this fan-favorite animated series.”

Commenting on the second season announcement, executive producer Dave Filoni said, “The entire Lucasfilm Animation team and I would like to thank Disney+ and our fans for the opportunity to continue telling the story of the Bad Batch.”

“Star Wars: The Bad Batch” is executive produced by Dave Filoni (“The Mandalorian,” “Star Wars: The Clone Wars”), Athena Portillo (“Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” “Star Wars Rebels”), Brad Rau (“Star Wars Rebels,” “Star Wars Resistance”), Jennifer Corbett (“Star Wars Resistance,” “NCIS”) and Carrie Beck (“The Mandalorian,” “Star Wars Rebels”) with Josh Rimes (“Star Wars Resistance”) and Alex Spotswood (“Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” “Star Wars Rebels”) as producers. Rau is also serving as supervising director with Corbett as head writer.

Are you a fan of ‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch’ and are you excited to see that it will be returning for another season next year on Disney+? Sound off in the comments with your thoughts on the news!

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