Jon Watts Reveals Release Window for Star Wars ‘Skeleton Crew’

After originally being planned as a 2023 release, Lucasfilm’s Star wars steaming series Skeleton Crew found itself bumped into 2024 as Disney reshuffled their D+ slate following Bob Iger’s return and the Hollywood strikes. With so much Star Wars content ahead of it in line, it was clear the Jon Watts‘ project was destined for the second half of the year. Now, thanks to Watts, fans can narrow down the release window even more.

While taking part in a panel at CCXP, Watts shared that Skeleton Crew was slated to hit Disney Plus around Christmas.

Barring any surprises, Skeleton Crew will be Lucasfilm’s fourth streaming series of 2024 following the recently wrapped final season of The Bad Batch, the six-episode anthology series, Tales of the Empire, and The Acolyte. Set in the same New Republic era as The Mandalorian and Ahsoka, Skeleton Crew stars Jude Law and Kerry Condon and features an impressive list of directors including The Daniels, Jake Schrier, Bryce Dallas Howard and, of course, Watts.

With Watts sharing the news, it’s worth watching social media tomorrow, May 4th, to see if Disney follows up with some official news on Skeleton Crew as part of their Star Wars Day celebration.

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