‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch’ Season 2 Trailer Promises More Action, More Planets, And More Omega

No breaks. If you’re tired of the steady stream of Star Wars content on Disney+, I don’t know what to tell ya. With Andor having wrapped up its first season, the next series on the horizon is season two of the animated hit, The Bad Batch, which is about as different as two shows in this particular franchise can get.

Whereas Andor was appreciated for its grounded, realistic take on the war with the evil Empire, The Bad Batch is big, colorful characters, Clonetroopers with superhuman traits, Jedi, and so much more. This season finds the elite squad of Clone Force 99 navigating their place in the universe following the fall of the Republic, and the rise of the Empire.  More importantly, they have to deal with the increased abilities of Omega, the female clone who has become a part of their family.

The Bad Batch season two hits Disney+ on January 4th.

When the new season opens, months have passed since the events on Kamino, and the Bad Batch continue their journey navigating the Empire after the fall of the Republic. They will cross paths with friends and foes, both new and familiar, as they take on a variety of thrilling mercenary missions that will take them to unexpected and dangerous new places


Travis Hopson
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