Star Wars Rebels

Series Summary
This animated entry in the "Star Wars" franchise fills the gap between the events of "Episode III" and "Episode IV." Imperial forces occupy a remote planet and are ruling -- and ruining -- its inhabitants' lives with an iron fist. A clever, disparate crew aboard the starship Ghost takes a stand against the Empire, facing new villains and colorful adversaries. The rebels on the Ghost include leader Kanan, ace pilot Hera, feisty heroine Sabine, tough guy Zeb and 14-year-old con artist Ezra.

Air Dates: 2014 - Present

Genres: Children, Adventure, Science fiction, Action, Animated

Network: DXD


Next Episode:

Season 2, Ep. 13 : The Call Feb 10, 2016

The crew works to protect space creatures from the Techno Union asteroid mining operation.

  • Season 2, Ep. 12 : Legends of the Lasat Feb 3, 2016

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    The crew of the Ghost agree to help two refugees who are revealed to be surviving Lasat.

  • Season 2, Ep. 13 : The Protector of Concord Dawn Jan 27, 2016

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    In need of new hyperspace routes due to Imperial pressure, the rebels find a shortcut but must first gain permission to use it.

  • Season 2, Ep. 16 : A Princess on Lothal Jan 20, 2016

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    An aide to Bail Organa is sent to Lothal with ships for the rebel fleet, but an Imperial lockdown forces the rebels to come up with a new plan to steal the vehicles.

  • Season 2, Ep. 11 : Legacy Dec 9, 2015

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    As the Empire attacks the rebel fleet on Garel, Kanan and Ezra return to Lothal and find a former prisoner with knowledge about Ezra's parents.

  • Season 2, Ep. 10 : The Future of the Force Dec 2, 2015

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    Having learned the Inquisitors are making retrievals, Ahsoka sends Ezra and Kanan to investigate; it seems they are seeking out Force-sensitive infants.

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Based on 4 Critics
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  • Though firmly in the Lucas tradition, this is also a Disney cartoon, for a Disney crowd and a Disney corporation--watching, you can almost feel the plastic and the plush--and whatever the characters are up to, however cute or sentimental the business, it is smartly designed and cinematically staged, and not hard to enjoy. Show More

  • In terms of succeeding creatively, they haven’t just tried; done it, they have. Show More

  • It’s a better-than-average, serious-minded science-fiction cartoon, with well-executed space chases and battles but also an introspection more reminiscent of Japanese anime than of the usual American children’s animation. Show More

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