Even though shows like Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars: Bad Batch have filled in a lot of what people thought was missing from the prequel trilogy, there are still a few stories that haven't been told.
The new show Tales of the Jedi is about Ahsoka Tano and Count Dooku, two people who can use force. Both of these people started as dedicated Jedi, but their lives went in different directions. This miniseries shows how they turned into the characters we know.
What Do We Know About Storyline of the Jedi?
Tales of the Jedi is set up uniquely, with many different people and stories. So far, we know that it has been reported before and after Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. Each 15-minute episode will take place in a different period, most of which will be in times we haven't seen before.
We know that most of the stories about Count Dooku take place when he is still a Jedi and before he loses his power. We also know that it happens while he is Qui-master. Gon's This section should explain how and why he decided to leave the Jedi order. They look like they have a few cameos from the Legend content.
From Ahsoka's point of view, we have seen more clear footage. We see a young Ahsoka training with Captain Rex (Dee Bradley Baker) and Anakin Skywalker (Matt Lanter). The scene of Ahsoka training with the clones seems to be a strange hint at what will happen with Order 66.
Next, Ahsoka goes to Padme's wedding, where she meets a new bad guy. If you look at the captions in this scene, you can see that this new lousy guy is called an inquisitor. In the book Ahsoka by E. K. Johnston, Ahsoka fights an inquisitor and takes the crystals from his lightsaber.
This could be what the episode is about, or it could be a retcon for a new plot. We have also seen some interesting people on the Jedi Council who just vanished out of nowhere.
Everyone likes Grogu and Yoda, but now we will see another green face. Since the trailer shows Master Yaddle, we may find out what happened to her and how Grogu ended up at the Jedi Temple.
Who's in the Tales of the Jedi Cast?
We don't know everything about the cast of Tales of the Jedi yet, but what we know is excellent. Ashley Eckstein is coming back. She was the voice of Ahsoka Tano in Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars: Rebels.
Even though Rosario Dawson will play Ahsoka in Star Wars: Ahsoka, she has become an essential part of the new Star Wars era. The actress who played Iden Versio in Star Wars: Battlefront II and Shiva in The League will play Ahsoka's mother, Pav-ti.
Liam Neeson will play Qui-Jon Jinn again. He just did a cameo in Obi-Wan Kenobi and will do it again this time. This is the first time we'll see Qui Jon as Count Dooku's apprentice before he falls and turns into Darth Tyrannus.
We will also see Mace Windu working with Count Dooku, and the voice actor for Mace Windu, Terrence “T.C.” Carson, is likely to come back. As for the crew, Kevin Kiner, who has been in Star Wars before, will be in charge of the music.
He is joined by Nathaniel Villanueva and Carrie Beck, the producer of The Mandalorian, Star Wars: Resistance, and Star Wars: The Bad Batch. Nathaniel Villanueva started as an artist for the first Star Wars series. When Star Wars: The Bad Batch emerged, he was given a more significant role.
Dave Filoni, the executive director of all of the animated Star Wars, shows and the writer, producer, and director of The Mandalorian, The Book of Boba Fett, and the upcoming Ahsoka and Star Wars: Skeleton Crew, rounds out the crew.
When and Where Can I Watch Tales of the Jedi?
Even though Disney has been changing the dates for Star Wars movies, and both Star Wars: Andor and Star Wars: The Bad Batch have been delayed, we have to hope there won't be any more delays.
Currently, Tales of the Jedi will come out on Wednesday, October 26. There are six episodes, and each one is said to be 15 minutes long. Altogether, that will take an hour and a half. All six episodes will be out on the 26th, so there won't be too long of a wait.