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In the endless universe of Star Wars, a newbie can still go astray, even if not tempted by the Dark side. With events happening at lightspeed and movies, and shows getting released way before Gen Z was born, you can survive only if the Force wishes.
Even in my journey, I stumbled, got lost, and ended up on the verge of giving up. There were countless moments when nothing was making any sense, and I was totally unable to understand the events happening in the shows. But as Master Yoda says, ‘Patience, you must have;’ I survived.
The Star Wars universe consists of several live-action, anime, and animated shows, but they were never released according to the main Star Wars timeline. So, if you want to complete your Star Wars journey, this Star Wars shows history and chronology guide is the perfect hyperlane for you to look for the most wanted answers while also saving yourself from getting lost in the Galaxy far, far away.
Bottom Lines Up Front
Star Wars has a lot of things going on, and different shows and series are being produced to cover all these events. However, watching these shows can be a bit confusing as they are never released in chronological order. Therefore, these shows are best to be watched in the following order:
- The Clone Wars.
- The Bad Batch.
- The Droids.
- The Rebels.
- Obi-Wan Kenobi.
- The Mandalorian.
- The Book of Boba Fett.
Star Wars Movies Summed Up
Although it’s a show guide and not a movie guide, I truly believe adding a brief chronological summary of all nine Star Wars movies/episodes will help many Padawans familiarize themselves with the chronology of the original saga. So, if you are new to the Star Wars journey or it has been a long since you watched the complete saga, this portion is going to help you recall the order of the main events while also giving you a good head start to arrange your Star Wars shows’ watchlist.
The Prequels: (Episodes I-III, The Tale Of Anakin And The Republic)
- With the constant threat of the broken political faction, the Separatists, the Republic tries hard to counter the emerging power but finds itself short of military Force. Therefore, Chancellor Palpatine, who is later revealed to be Darth Sidious, obtains emergency powers and brings in the Clone army to help the Jedi fight the Separatists Forces, apparently led by Count Dooku.
- Anakin, the grown-up freed slave from Tatooine who is also a Jedi now, has constant visions of losing her secretly married wife, Padme Amidala, as she gets pregnant. Consequently, Anakin gives in to the Dark side and joins Sidious hoping to save her. With the rise of the Dark Lord of the Sith, Jedis fight for their survival as the Empire takes over the Republic.
- In a fight-off between Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin’s former master, Anakin, now Darth Vader, is badly burnt and barely survives. Meanwhile, Padme gives birth to twins Leia and Luke Skywalker but dies during childbirth, and the twins are separated to ensure their survival.
The Original Trilogy: (Episodes IV-VI, The Story Of Luke And The Empire)
- Obi-Wan, living his life as Old Ben, watches over a young Luke Skywalker before he is approached by a droid named R2-D2 with a message from Princess Leia Organa to save her from the Imperial Forces. Obi-Wan, along with Luke, joins Han Solo and Chewbacca, and they set off on their Imperial Falcon to rescue her. They successfully rescue Leia, who also witnesses the destruction of Alderaan by Death Star; however, Obi-Wan gets killed by Darth Vader.
- The Rebels join hands to destroy this star destroyer and continue to fight against Galactic Empire. Meanwhile, Luke Skywalker gets trained in the ways of the Force by the Jedi Master Yoda and then successfully destroys the DS-I.
- In a standoff between Emperor Darth Sidious and Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader returns to the Light side of the Force and throws Emperor down the reactor’s core to save his son, Luke; however, Vader dies in the process. In the end, Luke discovers the truth that Leia is her sister, and the Rebels alliance wins the war against the Galactic Empire.
The Sequels: (Episodes VII-IX, The Tale Of Rey And Kylo)
- First Order, the remnant of the Galactic Empire, starts spreading its rule in the Galaxy. The First Order, under the leadership of Supreme Leader Snoke and his apprentice Kylo Ren, uses Starkiller Base to annihilate the Hosnian star system, which crumbles the rule of the New Republic.
- Rey, a scavenger, is found by BB-8, a droid carrying the final piece to a map showing the location of Luke Skywalker, who was believed to be the last Jedi. As Rey discovers the Force hidden within her, she accompanies Finn (a defector clone) and Poe (a Resistance pilot) to deliver the map to Resistance leader Leia Organa, consequently locating Luke. Luke then trains Rey and joins the Resistance efforts against the First Order. Anyhow, against all odds, Resistance succeeds in destroying the planet killer, Starkiller Base, but Han Solo gets killed by his son, Kylo Ren.
- Rey faces Kylo Ren and discovers a secret Force connection with him. Kylo turns against his master and defeats Snoke, becoming the Supreme Leader. During his reign of terror, Kylo comes to know that Palpatine is still alive and is planning to take over the Galaxy with the help of his Sith Eternal army. Kylo returns to the Light side and joins hands with Rey to defeat the Final Order and kill Palpatine, while Resistance, joined by fourteen thousand ships from across the Galaxy under Poe, destroys the Sith army of Darth Sidious and consequently brings an end to the rule of the First Order.
The Clone Wars
Talking about my favorite Star Wars series, the Clone wars animated series consists of 7 seasons, of which five were aired on Cartoon Network, one on Netflix, and the finale on Disney plus. The series is set between Star Wars Episode: II, The Attack of Clones, and Star Wars Episode: III, Revenge of the Sith, mainly featuring the adventures of all-time favorite Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi.
As the series is linked to the original saga, it shows a very conflicted Anakin Skywalker, as he feels like he is falling more and more toward the Dark side of the Force. Not to mention there is also a sweet romance between the secretly wedded Anakin and Senator Amidala (Padme). However, as this series is based on the role of the Clones, Clone Wars also includes in detail the wars fought between the Republic and the Separatists and how the Clones selflessly laid their lives down for the service of the Republic.
Being a challenging Padwan himself who was constantly troubling his Master, Anakin gets to know what it is like to be a master when he gets his own Padwan, Ahsoka Tano. With her inquisitive and “snippy” nature, Anakin becomes skeptical that Ahsoka will slow him down. But a very determined “Snips” turns into a reckless student of the Sky Guy, just like her master, and becomes one of the most trusted friends of Anakin.
With Clone Wars raging across the Galaxy and the continuous escalation of the Dark Force, one of the long-killed double lightsabers yielding guys is resurrected. And if you haven’t guessed it right, I am talking about the infamous Darth Maul. Maul, guided by his vengeance, continues to get stronger and stronger after multiple encounters with his arch nemesis Obi-Wan. With his taking control of Mandalore and killing its Duchess, the love of Obi-Wan’s life, he eventually escapes into the Galaxy after the rise of the Empire.
In my view, one of the most interesting things Clone Wars introduces us to is the emotions that Clones possess. Despite being Clones and having the same genetic makeup, each and every one of them has a different personality, making many troopers our favorite, Rex being one of them. However, with the inhibitor chips being installed in their brain, our favorite Clones turn against the Jedi following Order 66 issued by Palpatine.
If you weren’t scared by Maul and Lord Sidious enough, the series has Count Doku, General Grievous, and Mother Talzin to make sure it happens. Not to mention Clone Wars also introduces some intimidating bounty hunters and wielders of the Dark Force, including a Cad Bane, Death Watch, Asajj Ventrus, and Savage Opress.
The last season of Clone Wars also mentions that not all Clones share the same features, and some are “genetically defective.” However, these defects prove a blessing in disguise for the troopers. And, by taking the whole Techno Union head-on and saving ARC trooper Echo, who later joins the Clone Force 99 as well, they become the most skilled soldiers the Clone army has ever seen.
As the series continues, the characters mature and realize there is no absolute truth and heroes can be found on both sides of the Force. But in the end, with Anakin turning to the Dark side, liberty dies, and the Empire arises.
The Bad Batch
The Bad Batch is an animated series with one season already released and another set for 2023. It is placed after Star Wars: Clone Wars and continues the story of the “genetically defective” Clone Force 99. The group now consists of five main members: Hunter, Tech, Cross Hair, Recker, and Cyborg Echo.
The Bad Batch series discusses their story after Order 66 is issued. Following the Emperor’s order, the Clone Force 99 kills Jedi Deepa Billaba, but after chasing her Padwan, Caleb, the squad lets him go.
Back on Kamino, they meet a girl Clone named Omega, and she tags along with them. As these Clones are not your regular Clones, when they are ordered to open fire on civilians of Onderon, Hunter refuses to do so. The squad then makes an escape with the help of Omega; however, Cross Hairs stay behind, as ‘Good soldiers follow the order.’
The story evolves with the bond strengthening between Omega and Hunter. Omega stays with La Queen, a Clone trooper on Selcurm, and helps Bad Batch by retrieving a capacitor for them. As Omega is an unmodified clone of Jango Fett, so only her DNA can be cloned. Therefore, Lama Su wants her back on Kamino so he can develop strong ties with Empire by making advanced clones for them and terminate Omega afterward, a plan not liked by Omega’s former master Nala Se.
Omega is captured by Cad Bane, who asks Lama Su for the bounty before handing her over. However, Fennec Shand, a bounty hunter secretly working for Nala Se, the Kaminoan Chief Medical Scientist, helps Omega escape Cad Bane and rejoin Bad Batch.
In the meantime, Bad Batch takes a criminal deal that involves running an errand for Pykes and placing Omega as security. They successfully complete the mission and return the spice to Pykes in exchange for Omega.
After removing their inhibitor chips, thanks to Rex, and disobeying the Empire’s orders to assassinate the people of Saw Gerrera, the Resistance leader of Onderon, the Bad Batch becomes an enemy of the Empire, something I like to call “the transformation of the Bad Batch to the Good Batch.”
In a face-off with the Imperial forces, Hunter turns himself in so that his squad can escape, and he is brought to Tipoca city. The Bad Batch, or should I say, Good Batch, attempts to retrieve their leader by sneaking into the facility before they face Cross Hair.
The Empire, becoming more devoid of the need for Clones, proceeds to bring Clone production to an end and launches an attack on the planet Kamino. Cross Hair confronts Hunter again, but he betrays his elite squad to help Hunter. As Vice-Admiral Rampart bombards Tipoca city, the land to the cloning facility, Cross Hair saves Omega but again refuses to join the Bad Batch. The season ends with Lama Su being detained and Nala Se being escorted to Weyland to do cloning research for the Empire.
Star Wars: Droids (1985)
Star Wars Droids, an animated series, features events of R2-D2 and C3-PO after Revenge of the Sith and before they meet their new master, Luke Skywalker, in Star Wars: A New Hope. These droids, made by Anakin Skywalker, have been a chaotic duo, with R2-D2 always up for adventures, whereas C3-PO, an ethical robot, is hesitant to do something risky.
The series is not part of the main canon story, and it features a total of 13 episodes along with an hour-long special. In the first cycle, the droids pair up in desserts of Igno with bike speed racers such as Jord, Thall, and Kea. They get entangled with Tig Fromm of the Fromm gang and end up destroying one of his ships Trigon One, putting Boba Fett on their tail. However, the droids and racers have to part ways as racers go on to pursue their career.
The second cycle tells the tale of our favorite droids, along with Jann Tosh and Mon Julpa. They help Mon in capturing his rightful place as the king of Tammuz-an. However, while dealing with pirates and smugglers, they are left masterless once again as their master Jann Tosh goes on to join Imperial Space Academy; after all, who could say no to the most powerful Force of that time?
Now, coming towards the last cycle and the hour-long special, they feature the journey of R2-D2 along with Mungo in search of Roon stones as they fight off evils like Koong and Great Hepp. Putting it short, as a part of legends, in my opinion, this show adds little to the main Star Wars saga while focusing more on the adventures of one of the best pairs the Star Wars universe has ever seen.
Star Wars: Rebels is another animated series comprising four seasons. It is placed between “Revenge of the Sith” and “A New Hope” and is about an orphan boy named Ezra living on Lothal. Ezra meets the crew of the Ghosts, a gang of Rebels that includes Hera (the pilot), Sabine (A Mandalorian Cadet), Chopper, Zeb, and Kannan (the leader). And Kannan, after recognizing Ezra as a Force-sensitive boy, takes him on board. Not to mention the show revolves around many characters from the main Star Wars timeline.
With the Grand Inquisitor on Ezra’s tail, they get instructions from Fulcrum, a Rebel spy, and try to get support from the Outer Rim to help them with their cause. Meanwhile, Kannan gets captured and rescued, resulting in the death of the Grand Inquisitor.
In the course of events, it turns out that the Fulcrum is actually Ahsoka. With Vader on his feet, they get helped by the famous Rex. Yoda also appears on the scene by guiding Ezra and Kannan and sending them on a quest to find Malachor.
Things start to fall in favor of the Dark side as Ahsoka learns the truth about Vader. With Ahsoka fighting Vader (imagine the state she is going through!), Ezra gets manipulated by Maul into retrieving the Holocron. However, while escaping the temple and Admiral Thrawn after them, Kannan gets blinded when Maul shows his real face.
The series also goes on to talk more about the side characters. Sabine, a Mandalorian Cadet, attempts to rescue defector cadets and gets trained with the Darksaber while trying her best to get Mandalorian on board. Somewhere in the series, Hera struggles to retrieve her family heirloom, sacred thing.
Continuing their struggle against the Imperial forces, the Ghosts infiltrate an Imperial factory to collect data. They get to know that their new Fulcrum is Agent Kallus, a member of the Imperial Security Bureau. But when Kalluse’s cover blows away, Rebels are saved by none other than Bendu, the Force-sensitive beast.
With the Rebels’ cause gaining momentum, an open denunciation of the Empire begins. However, at the same time, fighting the enemy of my enemy is not my friend; Ezra fights and tries to save Obi-Wan Kenobi from Maul but ends up getting rescued by him instead.
In the final season, things get heated for real as Ezra makes new discoveries regarding his powers. A plot is drawn to draw Ghosts out by capturing Sabine’s father. However, the plot is turned against the Imperial forces, as Sabine gets control of a Star Destroyer.
Meanwhile, with situations getting more intense for Rebels, Ezra meets a rare white loth-wolf, another Force-sensitive creature and the master of space and time, who helps them against the Imperial forces. Finally, after escaping a stranded situation, Ezra can open a ‘Portal’ between worlds by using his Force. With a significant increase in his powers, Ezra saves Ahsoka from Vader but fails to save Kannan.
At the end of the series, the Imperial forces surround the Rebels, and Ezra sacrifices himself to save them all, eventually disappearing into hyperspace.
Obi-Wan Kenobi is a live-action series concluded in a single season of 6 episodes aired earlier this year. It tells the tale of none other than Obi-Wan, ten years after the Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
After losing almost all of his fellow Jedis, Obi-Wan is seen spending his time at Tatooine looking after Luke Skywalker while the Galactic Empire is still on the hunt for Jedis. The Imperial forces kidnap Princess Leia Organa to draw Obi-Wan out. And just as everyone predicted, Obi-Wan attempts to rescue Leia. During his rescue mission, Obi-Wan meets a con man named Haja Estree, who pretends to be a Jedi but ultimately helps her escape.
Obi-Wan gets to know about the most shocking truth while being chased by a third sister, Reva, who tells him that Anakin is still alive. Well, if you put yourself in Kenobi’s shoes, this could have been an upsetting experience for you as well.
To make things more emotionally damaging for the viewers, the duel between Darth Vader and Obi-Wan continues. Obi-Wan gets burned in kind of a tit-for-tat situation and barely escapes Vader, while Leia gets kidnapped by Reva, who takes her to Inquisitor headquarters. With a lot of action, Obi-Wan finally manages to get Leia freed.
Reva, whose hidden goal was to take revenge on Darth Vader, gives up her vengeance. Consequently, she helps Obi-Wan and eventually goes on to pursue Luke Skywalker. And Obi-Wan, in the end, finds his lost connection to the Force and disappears into the Galaxy after delivering Leia to Bail Organa.
In a galaxy far far away in the Outer Rim, there is a planet called Mandalore, where the code even forbids Mandalorians to remove their helmets. The tale of these best warriors, or should I say, the ex-Jedi hunters, is sublimely captured in the Star Wars show called The Mandalorian, by capturing the adventures of Din Djarin, aka Mando, and our lovely baby Yoda.
The series consists of four seasons, out of which the first two were aired in 2019 and 2020, with the third set for 2023. It is placed five years after the Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi with Mando on a quest to retrieve his fifty-year-old (baby Yoda) consignment back to his client.
Mando succeeds in acquiring his consignment, but he gets attached to the Child and runs away with him to the planet of Sorgan. On Sorgan, he hires Cara Dune, a former Rebel warrior, and makes a deal with the farmers to protect and train them against ATST, the Imperial Walkers, for shelter and some credits.
After helping the villagers defeat their enemies, Mando decides to leave the Child there with Omera, one of the villagers. But before Mando can bid farewell, the village gets attacked by bounty hunters again, and he has to leave the village with his cute little green friend.
Mando then leaves for Tatooine to repair his razor crest. There he agrees to assist Calican, an aspiring bounty hunter, with finding Fennec Shand. However, after finding Fennec, Calican has a change of heart after he comes to know that delivering Mando to the Bounty Hunter’s Guild will earn him the place he was looking for, and he goes after Din Djarin. Therefore, Din is left with no option but to kill him.
With bounty hunters on his tail all the time, Mando has no option left but to end what he started. And he comes out to be the champion of doubling-crossing by going after all those who deceived him in the first place. In doing so, he returns to Greef Karga, the person who hired him to retrieve the Child, and both decide to take out the Client, an Imperial officer working for Moff Gideon, an Imperial governor.
Mando, Cara, and Greef deceive the Client into believing they have finally delivered baby Yoda. However, Moff Gideon has enough of this game of cat and mouse and orders his soldiers to open fire on the tavern where the Client is still busy with Mando. The Client gets killed, but with the sacrifice of IG-11, a bounty hunter droid, and Kuiil, Mando’s friend, Mando makes it out safely with the Child. The season ends with Moff Giddeon revealing the revered Darksaber and the members of Deathwatch helping Mando with his escape.
Season two brings more adventures, with Mando pairing up with Marshall, another bounty hunter, to kill Krayt Dragon to obtain Boba Fett’s armor. As his quest to return the Child to Jedi continues, he gets trapped in a spider’s cave while carrying the eggs of a frog lady, more like a gecko lady if you ask me, but survives with the help of some old friends. Not to mention, he also meets Bo Katan, the queen of Mandalorian.
Mando gets hired for another side quest that involves killing a Jedi. However, it turns out that the Jedi is no other than Ahsoka. Mando teams up with the Jedi he was supposed to kill, and together they fight the Imperial magistrate and her army. Not to mention it is in this chapter where we all come to know our baby Yoda also has a name, i.e., Grogu.
Moff then returns to take what he thinks belongs to him, i.e., Grogu, and bombs Razor Crest. With no option left, Mando teams up with his clan and goes after Gideon. And an epic duel is fought between Mando, having the Beskar spear, and Moff with Darksaber.
The season ends with Mando pinning Gideon down and retrieving Grogu. Not to mention the surprise appearance of Luke Skywalker, who takes Grogu’s custody with a hint leading to The Book of Boba Fett.
The Book Of Boba Fett
With his rare appearances, Boba was an intriguing character of the original saga with very little information about him. But seeing his determined appearance in the Clone Wars and the Mandalorian, I always knew there was more to him than meets the eyes.
The Book of Boba Fett is a series of six episodes filled with the adventures of Boba Fett. It was released in 2022 and is placed after Star Wars Episode VI: The Return of Jedi. Boba, along with his sidekick, Fennec Shand, tries to take the place of Jabba the Hutt and becomes the crime lord of Tatooine.
Boba collects some tributes while having visions from his time with Tusken Raiders. However, his authority gets challenged when there is an attempt on his life by the mayor of Tatooine. Furthermore, Jabba’s cousins, the Twins, also come into the picture when they try to claim Jabba’s place.
The series takes exciting turns with the back-and-forth screenplay of present and future events. It explains events after Boba escapes from Sarlacc’s pit, and him getting involved with the Tuskens and teaching these raiders to fight against Pykes. In the meantime, Boba hires our very own Mandalorian, Mando, to help him with affairs at Tatooine.
From here, the series diverges a bit and goes on to talk more about Mando. Mando, who currently has both the Beskar spear and the Darksaber, is struggling a lot; after all, who can forget little Grogu? At this point, Ahsoka and Luke also come into the scene. And baby Grogu is asked to pick either Mando’s armor or Yoda’s lightsaber. Grogu, who is still learning to jump, chooses the former.
Back on Tatooine, Boba faces many betrayals, especially by the rulers of Mos Espa, and a full-on war rages, with a lot of ruthless action from Shand and Mando. Our favorite duo of bounty hunters, Boba and Mando, fights together against Pykes while also enjoying some assistance from biker gangs. At last, Boba defeats Cad Bane in a one-on-one battle, bringing an end to the most infamous bounty hunter of the Clone Wars.
At the end of the season, Boba Fett becomes a true leader of Mos Espa, while Mando and Grogu continue their journey ahead.
Kazuda Xino, son of Senator Xino of the New Republic, comes into action in Star Wars: Resistance, an anime-styled animated series placed before Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens, consisting of only two seasons.
Kaz is an undercover agent and a Resistance fighter pilot under Poa Dameron. He is stationed at Colossus, a refueling station run by Captain Doza, who is struggling to keep his station away from the influence of the Imperial officers and, at the same time, encountering the threats of pirates.
The first season is all about a goofy and clumsy Kaz, who is always heading toward trouble, but still getting his job done in the most unique possible manner once he is in the cockpit. It also has our all-time favorite BB-8, Poe’s astromech droid. Not to mention, this season has appearances of Phasma and General Hux, members of First Order’s High Command, as well.
While working under Yeager’s fireball team, Kaz manages to befriend Torra and build some enemies like Tam and Rucklin. Poe and Kaz also engage in some jaw-dropping escape from Theta Black station. After Torra is kidnapped and First Order tightens its claws around Colossus, they seek help from Resistance but are denied; luckily, they soon discover that the station is a starship. After things get a lot messier, like Tam abandoning First Order and Kaz’s identity being blown up, they lift up into hyperspace.
The second season happens before the Rise of Skywalker. Colossus appears at D’Qar, but to their dismay, the Aces Squadron finds any Resistance bases. They barely manage to refuel with First Order on their tail. Meanwhile, Kaz tries to reach Tam to convince her to come back.
With an interesting turn of events, as things are falling apart with pirates being stationed at Colossus, Kaz goes along with Torra to kill Jakoosk, a wild flying creature of Celsor 3. Venissa Doza, the wife of Captain Doza and mother to Torra, being a Resistance fighter pilot, is also seen in a lot of action. With pirates falling off and leaving Colossus, the giant starship finally finds a home at Aeos Prime. With Tam returning to the Ace Squadron while helping Kaz and Yeager, they manage to destroy First Order Thunderer, a formidable battlecruiser, and at last, Colossus is freed.
The dreams of Manga Fans and Star Wars fans came true when the Star Wars Visions anthology aired in September 2021. Visions consist of an altogether nine different stories, what we call arcs in anime, being played out in nine separate episodes. With its first season already aired, the second is expected to stream in 2023. However, they are placed in different periods in the Star Wars chronology.
The episodes feature a lone Sith warrior, Ronin, ferociously fighting bandits to protect a small village. The series brightens your heart with the story of a Jedi Padwan, Jay, becoming a singer for Glee the Hutt and Jabba the Hutt. It also talks about the story of two Force-sensitive twins, Karre and Am, raised by the Dark side, who, blinded by their training to destroy every enemy of the Empire, still possess a little love in their hearts.
Star Wars: Visions also features very dramatic anime-like events such as saving Saku, a village chief’s sister, at the neck of time, and the adventures of Juro, Kara, Ethan, and Homen to save what is left of Jedi.
The series is full of new characters, exposing you to new stories, including Mitaka’s quest to become a Jedi and the heart-warming adventures of Jedi Master Tajin to save his apprentice, Dan, from the wrath of the Dark Force. Not to mention the tale of two close friends, Ocho and Lop, who turn into bitter enemies, submitting to different sides of the Force.
Talking about the last episode, it is very close to the tale of Anakin, making it my favorite episode of the whole series. Tsubaki, just like Anakin, has visions of losing the love of her life, Misa. However, fighting Masago, a Dark Force warrior, Tsubaki accidentally kills Misa, and in order to revive her, he gives in to the Dark side of the Force.
What Is Next?
If you are still not satisfied after watching these shows and want more of the Star Wars content, you do not want to miss the following shows in the future:
- Tales of Jedi: coming out on October 26, 2022.
- Ahsoka: coming out in 2023.
- Skeleton: coming out in 2023.
- Acolyte: TBA.
- Lando: TBA.
Question: Should I watch all the movies before getting down to any of the Star Wars series?
Answer: As each show is placed between different movies, it is not necessary to watch all the movies beforehand. However, I would recommend watching all those movies that discuss the events happening before the show. This will help you understand the timeline of events and the show more easily.
Question: Do I have to chronologically watch every show to make some sense?
Answer: Well, although not all of the Star Wars series discuss the original saga, they still make up the Canon. So, it is recommended to watch these shows chronologically so that you would not miss any details related to some previous event.
Question: Which Star Wars show is the best?
Answer: The Star Wars shows attract a very wide audience. Some are anime fans, some are more story-oriented, and some want pure action. However, the most popular show among Star Wars fans is Star Wars: Rebels, with The Book Of Boba Fett being the least favorite.