In March 2013 following the acquisition of Lucasfilm by Disney the series was cancelled. The unreleased episodes that had already been produced were referred to at the time as "bonus content". The German television network Super RTL began to air these episodes as a sixth season, which consisted of 13 episodes in February 2014. Season 6, along with the other seasons and the feature film, were made available on Netflix on March 7 the same year. The series returned with 12 new episodes on Disney+, serving as the seventh and final season. It premiered February 21, 2020. During the course of the series, 133 episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars were released over seven seasons, between October 3, 2008, and May 4, 2020.
As a lead-in to the TV series of the same name, the film was released theatrically on August 15, 2008, and was distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. Though critical reception was negative, the film was a box-office success and grossed $68.3 million worldwide against an $8.5 million budget.
While the series is designed to be an anthology of both standalone episodes and small story arcs, various events throughout inform stories, characters, and relationships to create a recognizably continuous narrative. In recognition of the release of the complete series on Netflix, StarWars.com released the official chronological episode order for the first six seasons on March 17, 2014; this was later updated to include links to the episodes on Disney+. Regarding the seventh and final season, StarWars.com revealed that episodes five through eight are set before the season premiere "The Bad Batch".
The story reels for this four-episode arc were screened on April 17, 2015, at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim, and were later released on the official Star Wars website on April 29. Scripted by Brent Friedman, the four episodes were later completed and aired as the first arc of season 7 (with some changes from the original story reels). A spin-off sequel series titled Star Wars: The Bad Batch was announced in 2020; it follows the titular group of clones working as mercenaries in the immediate aftermath of the Clone Wars.
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