USA Today take a look at the offerings available on Disney Plus, with three of the four modern Star Wars TV series – The Mandalorian, Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars: Rebels – represented.

The Mandalorian

More than just Baby Yoda, the “Star Wars” drama, Disney+’s most prominent original series to date, is an old Western in space clothing. Pedro Pascal stars as the always-masked title character, a bounty hunter with a strict moral code and impressive fighting skills. After a safe, quiet first season, Season 2 is more ambitious and incorporates a bigger cast that brings new life to the series (and some familiar “Star Wars” characters).

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

A superb animated series, which originally aired on Cartoon Network, is set between “Attack of the Clones” and “Revenge of the Sith.” George Lucas was ambitious and experimental in an animated format, and with returning characters from the prequels we love (and some, like Jar Jar, we love to hate) it’s familiar and new at the same time.

Star Wars Rebels

“Star Wars” animation is really some of the best work from Lucasfilm in recent years (and yes, that includes the new trilogy films). “Rebels” debuted on Disney XD in 2014 and takes place a few years before “A New Hope,” following the early days of the rebellion. Its young hero, Ezra, is a refreshing protagonist for the franchise.


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