Good news from the Star Wars universe! According to the official accounts of Star Wars: The Bad Batch on Twitter, the series starring the Clone Force 99 has been renewed for a second season, which will premiere next year.
— Star Wars: The Bad Batch (@TheBadBatch) August 5, 2021
The galactic saga will continue to be focused on animation, a genre that has already left us with two great series such as Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars: Rebels.
In The Bad Batch, which is near to its end, we saw Omega for the first time – a pure clone of Jango Fett – Boba Fett, and great cameos of Fennec Shand and the great Cad Bane. All of this while the Galactic Empire‘s planned to end the clones production and replace them with loyal civilians.
Despite this, some fans criticized the series for the lack of a flowing story and a large number of fillers (episodes that do not advance the plot). Still, we must remember that both Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars: Rebels started the same way and were two great projects.
So, as a wise Jedi master named Qui-Gon Jinn said, “the ability to talk doesn’t make you smart,” so we must criticize less and learn to enjoy the most remarkable saga of all time.
So, what do you think about Star Wars: The Bad Batch being renewed for a second season?