10 Star Wars Shows on Disney+ for Your No-FOMO List

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Disney+ Philippines Star Wars Movies and Shows
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(SPOT.ph) Nerd or not, you’ve probably seen and even been bombarded by Star Wars memes as long as you can remember. Or at least, ever since Disney+ started streaming exclusive Star Wars Lucasfilm content we couldn’t get our hands on (legally). No doubt you’ve felt the FOMO, as we’ve been curious about what the fuss is all about and whether the shows truly are hype-worthy to begin with. With the Disney+ app already up in the Philippines, wonder no more as the streaming giant drops some of the memorable shows under the franchise. We round up the Disney+ Star Wars titles you can watch when you have the force, er, urge to do so and the ones to keep note of. 

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Got FOMO? Here are the Disney Plus Star Wars movies and shows to keep note of:

The Mandalorian (2019)

The Mandalorian follows Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal), a lone Mandalorian bounty hunter in the far reaches of the galaxy. He is hired by surviving Imperial forces to retrieve the Grogu (David Acord). The story opens five years after the events of Return of the Jedi (1983) and the fall of the Galactic Empire.

The Bad Batch (2021)

In the immediate aftermath of the Clone Wars, the elite and experimental clones known as the "Bad Batch" travel through a constantly evolving galaxy. Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen), Omega (Michelle Ang), and Cid (Rhea Perlman) are just some of the top casts in this Jennifer Corbett and Dave Filoni TV series.

Andor (2022)

A prequel to Rogue One from the Star Wars saga is Andor, a show that Tony Gilroy created. Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) sets out on a route that will make him a rebel hero in a time fraught with peril and deceit.

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Tales of the Jedi (2022)

If you're viewing Tales of the Jedi in the sequence that Disney+ lists, it opens with Ahsoka Tano (Ashley Eckstein) as a newborn. The POV will then shift to three episodes about Dooku (Corey Burton), then swings back to Ahsoka. This TV series consists of anthology-style standalones that take place at different turning points in each character's life.

Ahsoka (2023)


Release date: No confirmed month as of writing

Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni created the next television series Ahsoka for Disney+. It is a Star Wars franchise property and a spin-off of The Mandalorian. The events in Ahsoka occur after those in the Return of the Jedi. For this show, Rosario Dawson will play as the character namesake of the series.

Skeleton Crew (2023)


Release date: No confirmed month as of writing

Jon Watts and Christopher Ford developed this show for Disney+. The events in this coming-of-age show takes place after those in the Return of the Jedi, making this in the same time period as The Mandalorian and its other linked spin-offs. And yup, we've got Jude Law as the main star.

The Acolyte (2023)


Release date: August 2023

A former Padawan and her Jedi Master meet to look into a string of crimes, but what they find is far more evil than they could have ever imagined. The Acolyte takes place roughly 100 years before Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999).

A Droid Story (2025)


Release date: June 2025

The robotic Star Wars heroes R2-D2 (Ben Burtt) and C-3PO (Anthony Daniels) will appear in the Disney+ show A Droid Story. In this newest entry on Disney+, C-3PO once again collaborates with R2-D2. We can anticipate witnessing the friends leading a brand-new hero on a secret mission. This time, what could possibly go wrong?

Lando (TBA)


As of this writing, it is unknown specifically what Lando may be about (apart from the titular character, of course). The same can be said about its release date on Disney+. So far, what we know is it’s still in the early phases of production, and we can definitely count on the possibility it will be airing on the streaming giant someday. In the canon of Star Wars, Lando has a long history, beginning with his days as a smuggler and ending with his rise to prominence in the Resistance. Either of these two unique phases of his life are possible arcs that will be further delved in when the series finally gets released. The actor is not yet confirmed, but will most likely be the OG Billy Dee Williams; Donald Glover portrayed the character once in the 2018 Solo: A Star Wars Story.

Zen (TBA)

Like Lando, it's not entirely apparent what Zen might be about at this point. But Disney+ already offers a collection of short films called Zenimation, which can provide a hint. Although it's not yet known if there will be other entries after this short film, there’s circulating word that it's possible there will be other Star Wars-themed future endeavors similar to this one.

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