The Bad Batch will go back to Disney+ for a 2nd season this fall, and Star Wars Event brought with it a brand-new trailer for the series. Together with lots of other reveals around movies, live-action shows and other animations, The Bad Batch was provided its own panel at the occasion which brought some brand-new information about the series, brand-new video, and naturally that trailer, which exposed that Star Wars bad guy Emperor Palpatine will return in the series as a crucial character of the brand-new season.

The Bad Batch is an animated spin-off series from Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and follows a group of genetically altered clones, called The Bad Batch or Clone Force 99. In the very first season, we were presented to Hunter, Wrecker, Tech, Echo, Crosshair and Omega, however even as the ending played out, it was clear that there is a great deal of scope for the series to broaden, and it will do simply that this fall. Dee Bradley Baker supplies the voices for all of the clones, with the exception of Omega, who is voiced by Michelle Ang. Take a look at the trailer listed below.


Produced by Dave Feloni, The Bad Batch ended up being another success with audiences and critics on its arrival on Disney+, with an 88% approval rate on Rotten Tomatoes. Nevertheless, regardless of the high scores and applaud for the animation, there were some critics who stated the series was possibly unfathomable in Star Wars tradition for non-fans to totally take pleasure in the program. Originating from Feloni though, it is difficult to have actually anticipated anything less. There is clearly no doubt that the series will continue this pattern when it returns later on this year.

Much More Animated Star Wars Shows Are Concerning Disney+

Star Wars Event had lots of brand-new video, statements and trailers for upcoming shows like The Mandalorian and Andor. Nevertheless, there has actually likewise been a great deal of love revealed for the animated side of the Force, with brand-new statements around Dave Feloni’s Tales of the Jedi anthology, along with the return of Star Wars: Visions next year. Both of these shows, unlike The Bad Batch, concentrate on informing brand-new stories around specific characters or styles from the history of the franchise, and with Visions currently being a success in 2015, there are lots of preparing for the brand-new season in Spring 2023.

Tales of the Jedi will be a comparable anthology format, and will produce brand-new stories around some preferred characters such as Qui-Gon Jinn, who will be when again voiced by Liam Neeson, and Count Dooku, both of whom will be viewed as more youthful variations of their live-action looks. In addition to this, Feloni verified that a minimum of 3 episodes of the series will concentrate on the origin and character advancement of Ahsoka Tano, who naturally likewise has actually her own live-action series heading to Disney+.

All in all, it has been a great couple of days for Star Wars fans, who have actually been provided a certain indication of where the franchise is heading in the future, both on the big and little screen. As Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy herself commented, Star Wars is here to remain and might go on permanently.