The still untitled "Obi-Wan Kenobi" series has now paused production as it seeks new scripts. Rumours were circulating about the status of the show, but this will reportedly only be a temporary delay. The creative team at the helm of the series still has every intention of making it happen, Ewan McGregor included. Director Deborah Chow, who recently worked on The Mandalorian, remains with the project as well.
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What to expect from the "Obi-Wan" series on Disney+
The "Obi-Wan" series is planned to be the next Star Wars content from Disney+, which recently released the highly successful The Mandalorian on its platform. One potential change stemming from the script delay is that the series could be reduced from six episodes to four. In the meantime, the series is looking to quickly arrange for a new writer.
This entry in the Star Wars universe is expected to take place eight years after the events of The Revenge of the Sith. The Revenge of the Sith, from 2005, was also the last time that McGregor portrayed "Obi-Wan" on-screen.
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More "Baby Yoda"?
Here's to hoping that the "Obi-Wan Kenobi" series is able to get back on track quickly. The Mandalorian and "Baby Yoda" have left fans eagerly awaiting new Star Wars content from Disney+!