Cosmic Wars A party brought a lot of good news for the fan base where Cosmic Wars TV shows are concerned about whether it was the trailer for the upcoming live-action show Andor (2022), or confirmation of that Ahsoka (2023) will be a live-action sequel to Star Wars: Rebels (2014).
But to the surprise of fans, the first official trailer for Star Wars: The Evil Set Season 2 has also been revealed, which gives us our first look at the return of Clone Force 99 and young Omega (Michelle Ang), who were the main heroes in the first season of the show at Disney + last year.
Watch the official trailer for Star Wars: The Evil Set Season 2 below:
However, if “Streaming Fall 2022” leaves you feeling a little frustrated, don’t worry, as the show’s official release date has finally been revealed by Disney. Star Wars: The Evil Set Season 2 will premiere at Disney + on Wednesday, September 28, 2022.
The show’s first season premiered on May 4 last year, also known as “Cosmic Wars Day “, so when the second season lands on Disney +, fans waited much longer than a year to find out where things would later go for Clone Force 99.
Star Wars: The Evil Set reunited fans with a team of “defected” clones first featured in the seventh and final season of a beloved animated show. Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008) – Echo, Wrecker, Crosshair, Tech, and Hunter, all voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.
The show follows the team in the wake of Order 66 as the Galactic Empire rises to power. When they learn what plans the Empire has for the galaxy, they decide to leave their home in the clone facilities on Kamino, bringing with them a young female clone known as Omega.
It is revealed that Omega is Boba Fett’s sister – Like him, she is the direct clone of “fountain clone” Jango Fett. However, where the team gains a new member, they lose one in Crosshair, who decides to remain loyal to the Empire, hunting down his old teammates at every opportunity.
According to the official Cosmic Wars website, here is the synopsis for Star Wars: The Evil Set:
Star Wars: The Evil Set follows the elite and experimental clones of the Evil Set (first launched in Star Wars: The Clone Wars) – and their young charge, Omega – as they find their way into a rapidly changing galaxy in the immediate aftermath of the Clone Wars.
The first season ends on a major suspense. Following the destruction of the cloning facility on Kamino, Clone Force 99, along with Omega, goes back on the run, while a somewhat conflicted Crosshair chooses to go its separate ways.
However, we then see Kaminoan doctor Nala Se (Gwendoline Yeo) taken to a new imperial cloning facility at an unknown location, which has caused much speculation among Cosmic Wars fans of the show’s possibility of becoming tied to the widely hated sequel trilogy.
Like the trailer for Star Wars: The Evil Set Season 2 reveals, we can expect to see much more action involving Clone Force 99 and Omega, while Emperor Palpatine (Ian McDiarmid) seems to have a larger presence this time aroundhaving only been briefly teased in the first season.
While Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen) and Captain Rex (Dee Bradley Baker) appear in the first season, it remains to be seen whether or not others Cosmic Wars signs will appear. Here’s to hoping we’ll see Ahsoka Tano (Ashley Eckstein) and Bo-Katan Kryze (Katee Sackhoff).
Like the first season, Star Wars: The Evil Set Season 2 consists of 16 episodes, with a new episode released each week after the premiere on September 28 (although it is not yet known how many episodes will be released on the release date).
There are many others Cosmic Wars shows are aimed at Disney +. Andor will premiere on August 31, while second season for an anime anthology series Star Wars: Visions (2021) has recently been confirmed. And considering the success of the show, Obi-Wan Kenobi (2022) will also receive a second season.
Other upcoming shows include The Mandalorian Season 3 (2023), Ahsoka, Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi (2022), and the recently announced Star Wars: Skeleton Crew (2023), which will be a real performance and will star A-list actor Jude Law.
Star Wars: The Evil Set Season 1 is now flowing at Disney +, along with many others canon and non-canon Cosmic Wars TV shows.
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