The Star Wars show Tales of the Jedi got big updates by following two paths and two choices in Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi. The latest six-part animated anthology already streaming from 26th October. From Lucasfilm animation and supervision director Dave Filoni, Tales has featured such parables built across Jedi from the prequel era of Ahsoka Yano and Count Dooku.
Appearances by some characters from George Lucas’ Star Wars prequel trilogy include the Jedi Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Qui-Gon Jinn, and Master mace Windu getting the witness never-before told Tales from both sides of the Force.
Tales of the Jedi: How to Watch
The Tales of the Jedi is streaming exclusively on Disney+. All of the episodes already premiered on Wednesday 26th October. You just need to watch Tales of the Jedi and other Star Wars shows starting at $7.99 per month. The show is also available for the Disne6y Plus annual membership and the discounted Disney Plus bundle that contains subscriptions to Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu. The latest Disney Bundle was just available with the ad-supports Hulu just for $13.99 per month or with the ad-free Huli for $19.99 per month.
Tales of the Jedi: Episodes Count
There are six episodes of tales of the Jedi: three devoted to Ahsoka the three devoted to Dooku. We have shared the titles of the episodes.
1. Life and Death: In this episode, we will see a child goes through a rite of passage with unexpected results.
2. Justice: we have two Jedi are dispatched to resolve a hostage situation on a distant planet.
3. Choices: Jedi Knights investigate the mysterious death of their own.
4. The Sith Lord: A Jedi Padawan is also given a seemingly impossible exercise.
Revolve: There is a former Jedi who has faced the truth that they cannot be something they are not.
Tales of the Jedi: Cast
In Tales of the Jedi we will see Ashley Eckstein as Ahsoka Tano, Corey Burton as Count Dooku, Liam Neeson as Qui-Gon Jinn, Michael Richardson as young Qui-Gon Jinn, TC Carson as Mace Windu, Phil Lamarr as bail Organa Brown as the Inquisitor, Matt Lanter as Anakin Skywalker, James McDiarmid as Darth Sidious.
Tales of the Jedi: Plot
The entire references from the philosophical underpinnings of Star Wars and the other animated shows may make it sound like Tales of the Jedi is for fans only and an impenetrable web of cross-references for the uninitiated. That’s not the case. Similarly, the small scale of Tales of the Jedi compared to other animated entries in the franchise may put off established fans, but they would also be missing the mark.
After 10-15 minutes of run times of these six episodes, set moments away from the grander sweeps of the Star Wars space opera, allow Filoni and his team to employ a more elegant storytelling style, relying more on atmosphere and mood than on action. It puts the group’s storytelling artistry on display in a way that even Star Wars novices can appreciate while delivering stories that, for all their subtlety, still cut deep enough to penetrate even a jaded Star Wars veteran’s defenses.
These six Tales of the Jedi are beautiful, moving, and deceptively layered for their brevity while packing a few surprises and jaw-dropping moments along the way. Lucasfilm Animation managed to squeeze a lot of Star Wars magic into these shorts, and viewers will only be disappointed that there aren’t more of them.
Tales of the Jedi: Upcoming Shows
Tales of the Jedi holds a fantastic lineup of Star Wars movies and shows streaming now on Disney+, including the ongoing Andor and all episodes of the live-action series Obi-Wan Kenobi, The Book of Boba Fett, and The Mandalorian. Also available are animated series Star Wars: The Bad Batch, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels, and Star Wars Visions.
Along with anthology films Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Solo: A Star Wars Story, the Disney+ library is home to the nine-episode Star Wars Skywalker Saga, spanning Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace to Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker.
Upcoming Star Wars spin-offs include Filoni’s live-action Ahsoka, featuring Rosario Dawson as the former Jedi Padawan, Star Wars: Skeleton Crew, the new series from Spider-Man director Jon Watts and starring Jude Law; the Dark Side mystery thriller The Acolyte, which will feature Amandla Stenberg and Jodie Turner-Smith; and Lando, with Donald Glover expected to reprise his Solo role as a younger Lando Calrissian. Also announced is the animated Young Jedi Adventures series, set within the era of the High Republic.
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