Disney has announced that two volumes of the animated series “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” from 2003 will be coming to Disney+ on Friday 2nd April. This is a different series to the one currently available on Disney+, as it uses traditional 2D animation. It was created by Genndy Tartakovsky and was originally released on the Cartoon Network.

“Star Wars: The Clone Wars” is an Emmy-winning animated series featuring the epic adventures between the end of ‘Star Wars: Episode II’ and the events that lead directly into the latest chapter of George Lucas’ space opera, ‘Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge Of The Sith’. Follow the valiant Jedi Knights and the brave soldiers of the Republic’s clone army as they battle the droid forces of the separatists, led by the evil Sith Lord, Count Dooku. Witness the battles that made galactic heroes of Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi. Along the way get a first look at the new menace from ‘Star Wars: Episode III’, the terrifying Jedi-killer, General Grievous.

Volume One consists of seasons 1 and 2, while Volume Two consists of the third season, with a total of 25 episodes. The earlier chapters are around 3 to 5 minutes each, while those in the later chapters are much longer.

Are you looking forward to seeing these classic Star Wars cartoons finally available on Disney+?

Roger Palmer

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  1. Ernesto Chacon March 16, 2021

    Finally, now we got official confirmation. Though it's going to be interesting cause the show was animated at Cartoon Network Studios, so more than likely during the end credits they will ONLY have the Lucasfilm logo.

  2. Francisco April 23, 2021

    I wonder if it will ever be available here in South America. Genndy Tartakovsky's series is much better than the ones available now.