Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008 TV series)

2008 American television series

Star Wars: The Clone Wars is an Canadian computer-animated television series created by George Lucas and by Lucasfilm Animation set during Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones from Three Months after the Battle of Geonosis and before Revenge of the Sith when Anakin turns evil. The series became very popular around the world on Cartoon Network as U.S. Cartoon Network owned rights for season 1-5 but as season 6 was relicenced to Netflix in U.S. and Canada. Disney had cancelled the show due to want more of Star Wars Episode 7 and Star Wars Rebels[1] but in September 7 2014 on star a story arc with rough animation reel was the unreleased episodes due to cancellation and Star Wars Son of Dathomir was turned in to a comic book[2] and another one will come with Asajj Ventress in June 2015.[3]

Star Wars: The Clone Wars
GenreMilitary science fiction
Created byGeorge Lucas
Written by
Directed byDave Filoni (supervising)
Voices of
  • Tom Kane
  • Matt Lanter
  • James Arnold Taylor
ComposerJohn Williams
Country of origin Canada
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons7
No. of episodes133 (list of episodes)
Executive producers
  • Cary Silver
  • Catherine Winder
Running time22 minutes
Production companies
Original release

Plot change

The Clone Wars has begin as the Jedi Knights struggle to maintain peace in the galaxy and are forced to lead the Clone army of the republic against the evil droids army of the Sith lead by Count Dooku, General Grievous and other villains.

Danske Stemmer change

  • Øzlem Saglanmak – Ahsoka Tano
  • Sebastian Jessen – Anakin Skywalker
  • Mette Skovmark – Dronning Amidala
  • Niels Weyde – Grev Dooku
  • Paul Hüttel – Kansler Patpaline
  • Jens Jacob Tychsen – Mace Windu
  • Torbjørn Hummel – Mas Amedda (sæson 2)
  • Lars Thiesgaard – Mas Amedda (sæson 3-6)
  • Lars Lippert – Obi-Wan Kenobi

Additional Voices change

  • Annevig Schelde Ebbe
  • Andreas Jessen
  • Daniel Vognstrup Jørgensen
  • Finn Storgaard
  • Henrik Jandorf
  • Jens Jacob Tychsen
  • Jette Sophie Sievertsen
  • Josef Aarskov
  • Kasper Leisner
  • Lars Lippert
  • Lars Thiesgaard
  • Laus Høybye
  • Mette Skovmark
  • Niels Weyde
  • Paul Hüttel
  • Peter Pilegaard
  • Peter Røschke
  • Peter Zhelder
  • Puk Scharbau
  • Sebastian Jessen
  • Søren Spanning
  • Tara Toya
  • Torben Sekov
  • Torbjørn Hummel
  • Troells Walther Toya
  • Vibeke Dueholm
  • Øzlem Saglanmak

Production change

The series was spinoff the 2D cartoon series made to a 3D series. George Lucas (executive producer) had first the idea as wanting to make a series based on the clone wars. George Lucas intended to make 100 episodes in five seasons.[4]

Episodes change

The first set of episodes were combined to form a movie, which was released in theaters in 2008. Then the television series continued from there.

Lucasfilm had Originally produced 100 episodes divided in 5 seasons but Dave Filoni had confirmed on his Facebook a sixth season coming in Early 2014 on Netflix and a sixith season came with 11 episodes but there were still unfinished episodes and story arcs so the Clone Wars Legacy had an unreleased rought animatic story arc on and turned in to comic books and novels.

In 2020, a seventh and final season was released on Disney Plus. This was an additional 12 episodes.

Release change

Broadcast change

The series airs on Cartoon Network U.S. and Cartoon Network Worldwide. First in U.S. in 2008. Netflix had obtained rights for season six.[5]

Home media change

The seasons of the show was made in DVD released in volumes as Season Two Volume titled Commando Commanders. DVD called Return of Darth Maul containing Darth Maul return story arc and Asajj Ventress new life. After Season Six came on Netflix the season came on DVD titled The Lost Missions' [6]

References change

  1. Lesley Goldberg (11 March 2013). "'Star Wars: Clone Wars' Ending its Run on Cartoon Network - The Hollywood Reporter". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2 April 2015.
  2. Star Wars: Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir: Jeremy Barlow, Juan Frigeri: 9781616555511: Books - ASIN 1616555513.
  3. "BREAKING: 'The Clone Wars' Legacy Stories Revealed - The Star Wars Underworld". Retrieved 2 April 2015.
  4. shadowman123. "Star Wars: Clone Wars (TV Series 2003–2005)". IMDb. Retrieved 2 April 2015.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)
  5. "Star Wars: The Clone Wars - The Lost Missions Now on Netflix -". Retrieved 2 April 2015.
  6. "Netflix - Unlimited TV Shows & Movies Online". Archived from the original on 17 March 2015. Retrieved 2 April 2015.

Other websites change