The end of Ahsoka season 1 certainly left us with more questions than answers. Be careful, if you have not yet watched the last episode of the first season, which is available on Disney+, because the article will contain spoilers.
While Disney+ has just broadcast the last episode of the first season of Ahsoka, the Star Wars series ended with many unresolved elements, which suggests that a season 2 is already in the works. However, at the time of writing these lines, Ahsoka has not been officially renewed for a second season.
Another season of the Star Wars series is still far from certain, with Disney having described the series as a “mini-series”. However, its good audience figures and its worth-continuing storylines could earn it a new set of episodes.
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Unanswered questions at the end of season 1
Season 1 clearly did not close the various adventures of the protagonists, since it left many questions unanswered. We don’t really know what Baylan was looking for (the Mortis gods from the Clone Wars, perhaps?), or the importance of Thrawn’s cargo, or why the trip to Dathomir was so important. But the most shocking thing is that we don’t even know if Ahsoka Tano and Sabine Wren will ever return to their original galaxy.
Asked about a possible season 2, Rosario Dawson, who plays Ahsoka Tano, said thatshe was really hoping for a sequel. “ We joke about it, but I bring it out because I feel like I helped [le créateur d’Ahsoka et le producteur de la série] Dave [Filoni] to realize this role. So I’m ready. I am enthusiastic. I am ready. I prepared my ice packs for season 2 and beyond! I wouldn’t be upset “.
For their part, the official Star Wars X (formerly Twitter) and Instagram accounts sparked a wave of speculation among fans aftera recent post may have nipped in the bud the hope of seeing an Ahsoka season 2. On the post, we can read “ Get ready for the ‘Ahsoka’ series finale tonight. Catch up on episode 7, now streaming on Disney+ “. The official account therefore clearly evokes the end of the series, and not simply the end of the season.