Tales Of The Jedi Is Already Changing How You See Revenge Of The Sith

Despite being a compilation of short stories focused on two characters only, Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi is already changing how audiences perceive Star Wars: Episode III –

Revenge of the Sith. An anthology series produced by the same team behind Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars: The Bad Batch, Tales of the Jedi season 1 will follow different

moments in the lives of Count Dooku and Ahsoka Tano. Dooku’s Tales of the Jedi episodes all seem to take place before the Clone Wars, but Ahsoka’s episodes will tackle the Revenge

of the Sith timeline. More than two years after the Clone Wars finale, viewers

will get to revisit the Star Wars prequel era in the form of six 15-minute episodes. Three of those will be dedicated to Ahsoka Tano while the other three will focus on Count

Dooku. Tales of the Jedi will show what Dooku was like as a Jedi, and it will likely reveal how exactly Dooku left the Jedi Order to become a Sith. As for Ahsoka, the Tales of the

Jedi trailer suggest that the show will follow Anakin’s padawan's childhood, her training with Anakin during the Clone Wars, and what happened to Ahsoka after order 66.

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