Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Over the course of five broadcast seasons, the Emmy®-winning Star Wars: The Clone Wars introduced a new generation to the power of the Force, and pushed the boundaries of animated programming.

After the events of Attack of the Clones, the Separatist droid army, led by General Grievous and Sith Lord Count Dooku, battles the clone troopers of the Republic. The Jedi Order, including Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker, along with Anakin’s new Padawan, Ahsoka Tano, have become leaders in the war as it rages across the galaxy.

Initial broadcast on October 3, 2008

Star Wars: The Clone Wars features over 40 hours of story directly from George Lucas. Supervising director Dave Filoni worked closely with Lucas on the series' entire run.

Abandoned character concepts from the Star Wars films were included in Star Wars: The Clone Wars. The Nightsisters, powerful female witches, were based on early Darth Maul designs.

Many of the show's characters were designed as clay sculptures to best define their look in three dimensions.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars featured writing talent from critically acclaimed live-action TV series, including The Wire, Sons of Anarchy, and 24.

The series included a wide array of guest appearances, including David Tennant, Jon Favreau, Katie Sackhoff, Simon Pegg, and Liam Neeson.

Over the course of five broadcast seasons, the Emmy®-winning Star Wars: The Clone Wars introduced a new generation to the power of the Force, and pushed the boundaries of animated programming.

After the events of Attack of the Clones, the Separatist droid army, led by General Grievous and Sith Lord Count Dooku, battles the clone troopers of the Republic. The Jedi Order, including Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker, along with Anakin’s new Padawan, Ahsoka Tano, have become leaders in the war as it rages across the galaxy.

Initial broadcast on October 3, 2008

Star Wars: The Clone Wars features over 40 hours of story directly from George Lucas. Supervising director Dave Filoni worked closely with Lucas on the series' entire run.

Abandoned character concepts from the Star Wars films were included in Star Wars: The Clone Wars. The Nightsisters, powerful female witches, were based on early Darth Maul designs.

Many of the show's characters were designed as clay sculptures to best define their look in three dimensions.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars featured writing talent from critically acclaimed live-action TV series, including The Wire, Sons of Anarchy, and 24.

The series included a wide array of guest appearances, including David Tennant, Jon Favreau, Katie Sackhoff, Simon Pegg, and Liam Neeson.