Lucasfilm’s latest Star Wars streaming series, Ahsoka, has by and large been one of the studio’s most consistently strong efforts. Led by a stellar cast including star Rosario Dawson and Ray Stevenson as Baylan Skoll, the series has served as both a continuation of Star Wars Rebels and an effective next chapter in the New Republic era of stories being spun by Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni. Now, with the series finale just two days away, a new report from a reliable source has emerged and gives fans an idea of how long the eighth and final part of the series will run.
Cryptic HD QUALITY, who has reliably reported on runtimes for episodes of Marvel Studios and Star Wars series in the past, has shared that the finale of Ahsoka is set to run 46 minutes and 25 seconds with 42 minutes and 43 seconds of that before the credits roll.
Even before the show debuted on Disney Plus, rumors swirled that the series finale would put the heroes in a tough spot and end on an Empire Strikes Back-esque cliffhanger. Part 7 certainly laid the groundwork for such an ending by reuniting the Ahsoka, Ezra and Sabine just in time to take on Grand Admiral Thrawn and Morgan Elsbeth while separating Skoll from his apprentice Shin Hati. It’s likely that most of those 42 minutes will be spent on some pretty intense action scenes before setting up the next chapter in the Mando-verse.
The final episode of Ahsoka streams Tuesday, October 3rd, at 9 PM ET/6 PM PT.