As The Book of Boba Fett comes to an end, Disney Plus has turned the page to the next Star Wars streaming series, Obi-Wan Kenobi. After months of speculation, an official release date for the Ewan McGregor-led streamer has been revealed. After a long wait, the series will finally make its way to Disney+ on May 25th. It also confirms recent rumors that hinted at the series making its debut sometime in May.
It’s still surprising they wouldn’t want to bank on May 4th landing on a Wednesday, but they have been planning in breaks between their various Disney+ shows, especially with Moon Knight making its debut at the end of March. So, we’ll have a bit of a break after the Marvel Studios series premieres its finale.
The logo is also given a slight adaptation, as you can see it falling apart into the sand, especially with the first poster showcasing the Jedi wandering the desert of Tatooine. We just spent quite a bit of time on the planet throughout The Book of Boba Fett. So, hopefully, we might also get to visit different locations throughout the series run.