Lucasfilm has announced two new Star Wars TV shows: Star Wars: Rangers of the New Republic, and Star Wars: Ahsoka, both of which will be spinoffs from The Mandalorian. Both shows will be executive produced by Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau.
The two shows will crossover with future seasons of The Mandalorian, and culminate in a “climactic story event.” Disney has yet to reveal much information on the two new projects, but Rosario Dawson is set to reprise her role as the live-action Ahsoka Tano for Ahsoka, which the company describes as a “limited series” that will be written by Filoni.
The two series are just several of the new Star Wars shows coming to Disney Plus in the future, along with Star Wars: Andor, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Star Wars: Lando, The Acolyte, the animated Clone Wars spin-off The Bad Batch, and the anime anthology Star Wars: Visions.
Disney has yet to say when exactly to expect either Rangers of the New Republic or Ahsoka, but teased that “the next chapter” of the story will debut Christmas 2021.
Update December 10th, 9:30pm: Added more details.