Star Wars: The Clone Wars made a miraculous return to our screens on Disney+ after being cancelled midway through production on its sixth season (by Disney, ironically).
The final run of episodes tie directly into Revenge of the Sith, as well as featuring the return of fan-favourite character Ahsoka Tano after her emotional departure from the Jedi Order in season 5.
She's back to try and rescue the planet Mandalore from none other than Darth Maul.
These episodes are highly-anticipated by fans, and Ahsoka's voice actress Ashley Eckstein has said they are well worth the wait, but stresses they will be even better by watching the other Ahsoka-focused episodes in season 7 before.
Speaking to CBR, she said: "I've read a lot of people's comments online and they like these four episodes, sure, but they can't wait to get to the Siege of Mandalore.
"But I will tell you these four episodes are so important because [Ahsoka] has to go through that before she can jump into the Siege of Mandalore, we need to see that part of her journey.
"And I said that to the fans back in the beginning of season 1 of Clone Wars – in the beginning, people felt that she was bratty and she was annoying and she was too snippy and how dare she say all these things.
"We were always a season ahead [in production] from what the fans were seeing and so I knew how much she evolved season by season. And so I asked fans for their patience and I asked them to go on this journey with her because no character's perfect from the beginning and, if they were, they wouldn't be that interesting."
She continued: "This is a long way of saying I just watched the Siege of Mandalore and those episodes are mind-blowing. I mean, truly some of the best Star Wars, in my opinion, that has ever been created. I feel like everyone brought their best on these episodes and so they really are worth the wait.
"But these first four episodes are going to be very important because it's going to make the last four episodes so much more impactful when you understand Ahsoka's entire journey."
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