While the eighth and final episode of Ahsoka left no doubt that there are more adventures in store for the former Jedi, the lack of an immediate announcement of a second season left fans wondering where those adventures would unfold. With creator Dave Filoni also tapped to bring the New Republic era of stories to the big screen, it’s reasonable to wonder if the cliffhangers from “The Jedi, The Witch and The Warlord” were meant to be resolved in the “Heir to the Empire” film and if Ahsoka would be a one and done. While it’s possible much of what went on in Ahsoka might be addressed in the film, it now seems a second season is a very realistic possibility as well.
According to Deadline’s Anthony D’Alessandro, though nothing is “locked yet”, due at least in part to the lengthy WGA strike, a second season of Ahsoka seems pretty likely and is “in the conversation” about what project is up next for the main cast of characters. If that’s the case, it seems more foundation needs to be laid before Filoni’s film, which is said to be the capstone of the Mando-verse projects, hits theaters.
Lucasfilm’s Star Wars streaming series Skeleton Crew is thought to be the next New Republic-era story headed to Disney Plus though there seems to be some uncertainty when that will stream despite it having previously been announced as a late-2023 drop. Beyond that, it’s believed that a fourth season of The Mandalorian is ready to head into production as soon as possible after the resolution of the SAG strike. If filming were to get underway in 2023, it’s possible it would be ready for release in the Spring of 2025. While it hasn’t been officially announced yet, it seems as though Lucasfilm is angling for Filoni’s film to hit theaters in 2026 so it’s possible that a second season of Ahsoka might have some space carved out for it in 2025 or early 2026.
All episodes of Ahsoka are streaming now on Disney Plus.