The third season of the Disney XD animated series, Star Wars Rebels, will premiere on October 16. This is a great opportunity for fans to continue their adventures with Ezra and his crew as they fight against the Empire in a time where there is no Jedi Order.
‘Star Wars Rebels’ Season 3 Premieres With a New Episode on October 16th
A Star Wars Story trailer coming, and we’ll get our next chance to go into the galaxy far, far away before it releases in theaters. We’ve now discovered when the next season will begin. Season 3 of Star Wars Rebels will premiere on Disney+ in the fall, the company announced today, officially bringing Legends’ favorite Grand Admiral Thrawn into the official continuity. The remainder of the show is, perhaps surprisingly, a lot more competent. What’s most remarkable about Season 3 is how many characters there are in it to care about.
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30 p.m., as announced through a press release today. The Thrawn and Bendu debuts in the season six premiere, with both voiced by Lars Mikkelsen and Tom Baker, respectively. Have you finished season 2 yet? There will be more of you in season 2, so keep an eye out for it on Blu-ray and DVD on August 30.
Although Thrawn has never appeared in any of the films, he became a fan-favorite character owing to Timothy Zahn’s novels from the ’90s. This is the first time that he’s been featured in an official Disney adaptation, making him a canonical character. He’s already completed two novels, and his fourth isn’t due out until 2020. And he’ll be releasing a new book in 2019, written by Zahn and simply titled.
Bendu is a relatively unknown individual. During the press conference at Star Wars Celebration, creator Dave Filoni referred to him as a “large old beast” and a “quirky personality” who differs from previous types of Force-sensitive characters.
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As you can see, the returning voice cast includes Freddie Prinze Jr., reprising his role as Kanan, Vanessa Marshall as Hera, Steve Blum as Zeb, Tiya Sircar as Sabine, Taylor Gray as Ezra, and Dee Bradley Baker in his capacity of Captain Rex.