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Star Wars: The Clone Wars heads towards its end on Disney+ with final season trailer

By Jacob Oller & Josh Weiss
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While The Mandalorian was the first Star Wars series to grace Disney+'s streaming service, it was full of Easter eggs for the show that many fans were waiting to return: The Clone Wars.

The beloved show's final season is heading to Disney+ and has finally released its first full trailer for its return — including peeks at the Siege of Mandalore, Ahsoka Tano, Anakin, Maul, Captain Rex, and more favorites after teasing some footage at Star Wars Celebration back in April.

Despite leaving the Jedi Order at the end of Season 5, Ahsoka is back and ready to throw down with Maul. That said, she's still unable to accept the fact that the Jedi have become warriors when they were always meant to be simple keepers of the peace.

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While it's been almost six years since Season 6 finishing airing, you can rest assured that all of your favorite characters will still be voiced by their original actors. 

Matt Lanter (Anakin Skywalker) Ashley Eckstein (Ahsoka), Dee Bradley Baker (Captain Rex and the clone troopers), James Arnold Taylor as (Obi-Wan Kenobi) Katee Sackhoff (Bo-Katan), and Sam Witwer (Maul) have all returned for the swan song that is the seventh and final season.

Star Wars The Clone Wars final season poster

"I've put a lot of thought into the end. I've really taken from everything I have learned over the years—from George [Lucas and] now from Jon [Favreau] making The Mandalorian and applied it [to Season 7]. I'm very proud of it, but I think it's time to bring that chapter to a close," Filoni told IGN at D23 over the summer. "And it's not like some of the characters can't go on, so I'm sure that there are more stories, I don't know if I'd call them Clone Wars stories, but I think that there are things in the vein of Clone Wars and animation that we're always gonna be doing now."

Dave Filoni brings twelve final episodes, closure, and — yes — lightsabers to the end of his series when Star Wars: The Clone Wars comes to Disney+ Friday, Feb. 21.