tar Wars: The Clone Wars is coming back and fans are pumped for it
Presented by: Shana O'Neil
It took five years and we had the entire run of Star Wars Rebels in the meantime, but the fans dream of seeing Star Wars: The Clone Wars return has finally been realized.
— Star Wars (@starwars) July 19, 2018
The original series, which ran for five seasons on Cartoon Network was abruptly canceled mid-season 6 when Disney bought Lucasfilm, leaving fans wondering what happened next in the story and what Dave Filoni had planned. Over the years, some of those episodes have been posted in various states of completion, but no one ever learned how it all ended.
The new season will reportedly consist of 12 episodes and be released on Disney's upcoming streaming service.
Thanks to Dave Filoni, we're about to find out what happened next and Star Wars fans are losing their ever-loving minds.
— Dave Filoni (@dave_filoni) July 19, 2018
I’ve been sitting here for an hour frantically refreshing my twitter feed. This show is so important to me and really made me fall in love with Star Wars all over again. I am literally in tears I am so happy #CloneWarsSaved
— Clare Stribling (@cstribs) July 19, 2018
Co-worker: "Are you crying??"
Me: "Clearly!" as the trailer blasts on my laptop.
— Mike DeCosta 🇵🇷 (@mikedecosta77) July 19, 2018
I kept saying that this could happen during the 10th anny panel over the past few weeks but I only thought it was a fool's hope. I can't believe it is actually happening. I am so freaking excited!!!!!!!! Thank you, @starwars!!!!!! #CloneWarsSaved #CloneWars #StarWars
— Bobby (@Man_of_Feelz) July 19, 2018
— Andrew Cassel (@andrewbcassel) July 19, 2018
My wife and I just screamed at each other over the phone for five minutes and then we cried, of course, because it's Ahsoka. I know I'm a big baby. I don't care. #CloneWarsSaved
— Ryan Pollard™ (@rdpollard) July 19, 2018
SIEGE OF MANDALORE! #Clonewarssaved
— Bryan Young (@swankmotron) July 19, 2018
— Lillian Skye Noble (@LillianSkye_) July 19, 2018
And this one, I have to include this one. Because Heath Williams and his Zuvio obsession cannot be denied.
i'm crying pic.twitter.com/v3lzKPT1CT
— heath (@heathdwilliams) July 19, 2018
Details are certainly still forthcoming but one thing's for sure. Star Wars fans all over the world are happier tonight and The Clone Wars have been saved.
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