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A complete timeline of every ‘Star Wars’ movie and TV show




If you’ve ever wondered how the sprawling “Star Wars” universe all fits together, look no further than the newly unveiled chronology of movies and TV shows gathered here.

The first live-action “Star Wars” series, “The Mandalorian,” is one of several new original shows coming to Disney Plus this fall. Then, in the following year, fans will also get two untitled shows — one about Obi-Wan Kenobi ( played by Ewan McGregor), and one about the Rebel hero of “Rogue One,” Cassian Andor (played by Diego Luna).

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During the D23 Expo panel on Disney Plus, the media company showed audiences a look at the new narrative timeline of events and how the new projects — including the currently untitled shows — will work to tell one massive galactic space opera.

Insider took that timeline and reworked it into an easy-to-scan format, which you can see below.

Notably, the coming Obi-Wan Kenobi series will take place during the span of time covered in “Solo: A Star Wars Story”— which means we could see more of Darth Maul on the coming TV show.

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Then there’s the Cassian Andor series, which will of course take place before the events of “Rogue One” (when Cassian and all the other Rebels in the movie were killed in the course of their mission).

“The Rise of Skywalker” premieres this December, and will mark the end of what Disney is calling the “Skywalker saga.”

We know there are two other trilogies in the works. The first announced trilogy is coming from Rian Johnson (writer and director of “The Last Jedi”). The other trilogy of movies will be written by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss (the cocreators of “Game of Thrones”). Disney has yet to announce major details about those sets of films, but we do know Benioff and Weiss’ will be the first to debut, and they will take place some time after the events of “The Rise of Skywalker.”

Insider will add those movies (and other “Star Wars” projects) to our timeline once new information is revealed.

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