The Star Wars Disney+ TV show Ahsoka will consist of eight episodes that will be released weekly, with the season 1 finale airing on Wednesday, October 4. The show follows the character of Ahsoka Tano, a Jedi Master, as she searches for Grand Admiral Thrawn. Ahsoka introduces live-action versions of animated Star Wars characters, including Hera Syndulla and Sabine Wren.
Ahsoka is created by Lucasfilm’s Dave Filoni and runs for eight episodes, following the same format as other live-action Star Wars TV shows like The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett. The first two episodes of Ahsoka will premiere on Wednesday, August 23, with subsequent episodes releasing once per week on Wednesdays at the same time.
The runtime of Ahsoka’s episodes will be similar to shows like The Mandalorian, with the first two episodes reportedly running for a combined hour and 36 minutes. The exact runtimes of the other episodes have not been specified.
The season 1 finale of Ahsoka will air on Wednesday, October 4. The release schedule for the show is as follows:
– Episodes 1 & 2: Wednesday, August 23
– Episode 3: Wednesday, August 30
– Episode 4: Wednesday, September 6
– Episode 5: Wednesday, September 13
– Episode 6: Wednesday, September 20
– Episode 7: Wednesday, September 27
– Episode 8: Wednesday, October 4
While Ahsoka will conclude in October, there are plans for further expansion in the Star Wars galaxy. Ahsoka is expected to set up the upcoming The Mandalorian-era movie, and star Rosario Dawson has expressed her hopes for a second season.
Overall, Ahsoka promises an exciting journey for Star Wars fans with its live-action adaptation of animated characters and the search for Grand Admiral Thrawn. The show’s release schedule and episode runtimes offer an engaging viewing experience, and viewers can look forward to the season 1 finale in early October.