The latest Lucasfilm and Disney+ Original Star Wars, “Ahsoka” is coming to the service in August. Introduced in “The Clone Wars” movie, Ahsoka has become one of the most popular characters in the “Star Wars” canon. She has appeared in animated films and series as well as making live action appearances in Disney+ Original Series. To prepare for “Ahsoka,” let’s take a look at her previous appearance you can check out before her series premieres.


“Star Wars” tried something different when it made a feature length animated film set during the Clone Wars. It introduced Ahsoka as Anakin’s apprentice and followed them on their first mission together. While the film doesn’t exactly have rave reviews, it still gives fans an early look at the Ahsoka-Anakin relationship.


Following up on “The Clone Wars” film, Lucasfilm made a television series of “The Clone Wars.” It follows more adventures of Anakin and Ahsoka and their relationships with the clones, as well as Yoda and Obi-Wan. She is a major character in all seven seasons as it follows her Jedi training, her disillusionment, and her decision to leave the Jedi Order.


Ahsoka returns in the series “Rebels” as a secret operative for the Rebellion. She provides intelligence and supplies to the Ghost crew before being revealed in the season one finale. She is a recurring character in season two where she learns the truth about Anakin Skywalker and Darth Vader and goes to battle with her former master. She returns in the fourth season to assist the Ghost crew, and the show ends with Ahsoka and Sabine Wren on a mission to find the missing Ezra Bridger.


Ahsoka also appears in three episodes of the Lucasfilm and Disney+ Original Series, “Tales of the Jedi.” Her three episodes look at her birth, her life as a toddler and her Padawan training.


So far, Ahsoka has appeared in episode five of season two of “The Mandalorian.” She tells the audience Baby Yoda’s name is Grogu and leads Mando and Grogu toward Luke Skywalker.


She appears again in episode six of “The Book of Boba Fett.” In this episode, she speaks to “The Mandalorian” outside the place that will become Luke Skywalker’s Jedi Training Academy. She also interacts with Luke much in the same way she once interacted with Anakin.


And, if you want to go all-in on Ahsoka content, check out “The Rise of Skywalker.” She makes an audio only appearance in the scene where former Jedi help inspire Rey to fight Darth Sidious.

That’s all of the current Ahsoka content on Disney+. Have fun. And may the Force be with you.

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Jeremy Brown

Jeremy has been a big Disney fan since he was a kid growing up during the Disney Renaissance. One day he hopes to go to every Disney Park in the world.

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