Watch the Trailer for the Lost, Final Season of ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’
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In the sixth and final season of ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars,’ we get to see the origins of Order 66, the creation of the clone army, Yoda visiting the Sith’s home planet and a long-awaited return from Liam Neeson as Jedi master Qui-Gon Jinn.
Details are now starting to emerge on the closing chapter of the ‘The Clone Wars’ TV show. The entire series is being added to Netflix, and with it, the sixth and final season, — titled ‘The Lost Missions’ — will make its debut exclusively on the streaming service. And unlike ‘The Phantom Menace,’ it looks like the last few episodes will be well worth the long wait.
With surly teen rebel/padawan Ahsoka finally gone from the series following the events of season five, the final season of ‘The Clone Wars’ appears to be dropping the kid-friendly tone that weighed down some seasons of the show. Given that the entire series was supposed to take place between ‘Attack of the Clones’ and ‘Revenge of the Sith,’ there’s only so much you can cram within that small time frame before things became stagnant.
No matter how the series ends, it all needs to coincide with the opening of ‘Revenge of the Sith.’ Luckily, it looks like ‘The Clone Wars’ will be going out with a bang the size of an exploding Death Star.
In the above trailer, we get to see Yoda receive telepathic messages from Qui-Gon Jinn from the great beyond (with Neeson returning to voice the character he played in ‘The Phantom Menace’). as the departed Jedi guides the little green dude into discovering all the great mysteries of the force.
Unfortunately, one of those mysteries is the painful reminder that ‘The Phantom Menace’ actually happened. Nevertheless, Yoda can be seen watching the ghosts of a previous Sith and Jedi war. What could be more amazing than Yoda fighting off the ghosts of the ancient Sith? Finally getting to see what Yoda’s dark side looks like and watching him fight it!
‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars – The Lost Missions’ will finally close the bridge between Episodes II and III once it debuts exclusively on Netflix starting March 7.