Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures will follow Jedi Master Yoda and a group of Younglings through The High Republic era
A new class of aspiring Jedi younglings is coming to introduce the next generation of fans to the Star Wars universe. Touted as the first-ever full-length animated Star Wars series created for preschoolers, Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures will be a new CG animated series and will be headlining Disney Plus and Disney Junior in the spring of 2023.
The series will follow Jedi Master Yoda and a new group of Younglings as they navigate their way through The High Republic era; in a time centuries before the events of The Phantom Menace. Read on for the full reveal.
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The first full-length animated Star Wars series created for preschoolers, early grade-schoolers, and their families, these original stories will follow Younglings as they are swept off into adventures and start their journeys on the path to becoming Jedi Knights, learning valuable skills for our galaxy and the galaxy far, far away. The Jedi-in-training will tackle topics of compassion, self-discipline, teamwork, patience, and friendship.
The new series will be part of the era known as the High Republic, set centuries before the events of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace and currently being explored in the New York Times bestselling series of books and comics for all ages, Star Wars: The High Republic.
The new series was unveiled by executive producer James Waugh; executive producer, and showrunner Michael Olson; supervising director Elliot Bour, and consulting producer Lamont Magee during yesterday’s Star Wars Celebration live stream. Which has proven to be a treasure trove of reveals this year. What can we expect from today’s proceedings? More reveals, more news, and more fun than you can shake a lightsaber at! So check back throughout the weekend for the latest updates as they emerge. You’ll never miss a thing with Future Of The Force.
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