Lucasfilm’s first 2024 streaming series will be the third and final season of the Star Wars animated series, The Bad Batch. Announced at Star Wars Celebration Europe in April 2024, Season 3 of The Bad Batch will see what’s left of Clone Force 99 go on one last mission in an effort to rescue Omega. Disney recently revealed that the series will debut with three episodes on February 21st and now they’ve shared the full release schedule along with the titles of all 15 episodes.
In addition to the three-episode premiere, Season 3 of The Bad Batch will also drop multiple episodes on March 13th and April 3rd, which means the series finale will stream on May 1st, just ahead of Star Wars Day 2024.
In addition to the release dates, Executive Producer and Head Writer Jennifer Corbett revealed the titles for each of the 15 episodes.
Of note, the title of the series finale, “The Cavalry Has Arrived”, are the words said by Wrecker when Clone Force 99 was introduced in the first episode of Season 7 of The Clone Wars when the Batch arrived on Anaxes. A pair of episodes, “The Return” and “Identity Crisis”, stand out as potential ones to watch for the return of fan-favorite Asajj Ventress, who is seemingly back from the dead for the new season.
About The Bad Batch Season 3
In the epic final season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, the Batch will have their limits tested in the fight to reunite with Omega as she faces challenges of her own inside a remote Imperial science lab. With the group fractured and facing threats from all directions, they will have to seek out unexpected allies, embark on dangerous missions, and muster everything they have learned to free themselves from the Empire.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch showcases a talented voice cast, including Dee Bradley
Baker (American Dad!), Michelle Ang (Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462), Keisha Castle-Hughes (Whale Rider), Jimmi Simpson (Westworld), Noshir Dalal (It’s Pony) and Wanda Sykes (The Upshaws).
Star Wars: The Bad Batch is executive produced by Dave Filoni (Ahsoka, The
Mandalorian), Athena Portillo (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels), Brad
Rau (Star Wars Rebels, Star Wars Resistance), Jennifer Corbett (Star
Wars Resistance, NCIS) and Carrie Beck (Ahsoka, The Mandalorian), with Josh
Rimes (Star Wars Resistance, Star Wars: Visions) as co-executive producer and Alex
Spotswood (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels) as senior producer. Rau
is also serving as supervising director with Corbett as head writer.