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Ahsoka: new trailer for the Disney+ tv series reveals what we need to know about it

In the coming years, the Disney+ Star Wars collection is poised for expansion with an exciting array of live-action series. Among these, the spotlight shines brightly on a highly anticipated show centered around Ahsoka Tano, a character renowned for her origins in the animated series, The Clone Wars.

Ahsoka's entrance into the realm of live-action unfolded within The Mandalorian's thirteenth chapter, aptly titled "The Jedi." For those seeking deeper insights into this series, read on.

Our comprehensive overviews also extend to the upcoming seasons of Andor and Obi-Wan Kenobi. The esteemed Rosario Dawson is set to reprise her portrayal of Ahsoka Tano from her appearance in The Mandalorian. While originally voiced by Ashley Eckstein in Clone Wars and Rebels, Dawson's embodiment of the character has garnered positive feedback thus far.

Hayden Christensen, known for his role as Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader, will also make a triumphant return (as reported by The Hollywood Reporter). In the annals of The Clone Wars, Anakin and Tano shared a profound connection, with the latter serving as the padawan of the former. The timeline of Ahsoka aligns with that of The Mandalorian, a period five years subsequent to the events of Return of the Jedi. As such, the presence of Anakin could manifest through flashbacks or in the ethereal form of a force ghost. Ahsoka's narrative tapestry will weave into the same temporal backdrop as The Mandalorian.

Ahsoka's reference to her quest for Grand Admiral Thrawn (known as Mitth’raw’nuruodo) during her cameo in The Mandalorian evoked memories. This villain, renowned from Rebels, vanished along with Jedi-in-training Ezra Bridger. Teasers hint at Thrawn's central antagonistic role in the upcoming series, with Ezra also poised to play a pivotal part in the unfolding narrative.

Following suit with other exclusive Star Wars content, Ahsoka will be available solely on Disney+. Subscriptions are priced at £7.99/$10.99 monthly or £79.90/$109.99 annually for new subscribers opting for the ad-free package.

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