Video: You don’t have to wait until December for new Star Wars stories. There will actually be some released next week when short-form animated series Star Wars: Forces of Destiny officially premieres on YouTube.
Sabine and Leia talk on Star Wars: Forces of Destiny. Image: YouTube
The show, which features the voices of Star Wars actresses Daisy Ridley, Felicity Jones, Ashley Eckstein, Tiya Sircar, Lupita Nyong’o and others, will debut on YouTube.com/Disney on July 4. Then, a new short will appear on the page every day at 3:00AM AEST, culminating in a TV broadcast on Disney Channel in the US July 9.
Here’s a new look at the series.
And since we know you’re wondering if these stories are canon — it seems like they are. You can read more specifics on the stories and where they fit into the timeline below.
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