Star Wars Rebels

Wednesday 9:30 PM on Disney XD Premiered Oct 03, 2014 In Season


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AIRED ON 3/30/2016

Season 2 : Episode 21

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Star Wars Rebels is a thrilling new CGI animated series. It takes place 14 years after Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and 5 years before Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. During this time the Empire is consolidating its grip on the galaxy, hunting down Jedi and dissidents alike. Comes a small group of Jedi Knights creating a rebel alliance against the empire. Watch as a group of rebels band together aboard the starship Ghost.

Featuring Kanan Jarrus (Freddie Prinze, Jr.) a renegade Jedi who uses a blaster to cruse under the ever vigilant eye of the Empire. He is ever the sarcastic leader of the crew of the Ghost.

Ezra Bridger (voiced by Taylor Gray) A 14-year-old con artist, thief, and pickpocket with no alegance to anyone but himself. He unknowingly uses the Force to turn the odds in his favor

Zeb Orrelios (voiced by Steven Blum) The muscle of the band he is a seasoned and intelligent Lasat enforcer.

Sabine Wren (voiced by Tiya Sircar) A Mandalorian graffiti artist who tags the galaxy with anti-Imperial propaganda. She is a combat, weapons, and explosive expert.

Hera Syndulla (voiced by Vanessa Marshall) The heart of the group and also the owner and pilot of the Ghost. Her personality keeps the crew together.

C1-10P - C1-10P (aka Chopper) an astromech droid who is quite cheeky and resents being made of spare parts.


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    • The show has great promise, sometimes. Postive + 8

      The show's writing goes from having good mature story-line to juvenile ridiculous disappointments. First episode the Darth Vader great!! The next episode with former clones fishing ridiculous! The writers need to decide what audience it's trying to reach. Or, make a more acceptable compromise.
    • Love this show

      This series really reminds me a lot of the original trilogy. It's a lot of fun and exciting.
    • I, like it.

      SWR fits well in between previous movies. It is bringing young viewers into fandom. Don't expect from the series more than it has to offer, just appreciate it for what it is. My grandchildren and I enjoy this new Star Wars series and it lets fan generation number one connect with a third generation of followers. I, or I should say, we look eagerly forward to Season Two Episode One. I even enjoyed Fineas and Ferb's " Star Wars" episode. Lots and lots of direct scene take offs from the movies. Very entertaining. Remember to not take these to seriously folks, they are made for a specific audience and not you fifty-five year old 'first generation' Star War geeks. Sit back and enjoy!moreless
    • Mixed bag

      I'm not going to be hating the show automatically because clone wars ended. That said, for all the hype for this show, it just seems too silly with some of the banter/bickering among the team and the same character actions thru each episode is more or less the same. Hopefully Ahsoka survived and joins the show as she's a character that deserves a proper ending for.

      On the Disney stuff, their cartoons like the marvel comics ones suck and seem more aimed for young kids [10 and under] than for an even and more mature audience [at least low teens even]. I am hoping the new star wars movie isn't watered down for the family market and is in the same vein as revenge of the sith or empire strikes back.moreless
    • Something to watch until Star Wars Episode 7

      I'm not going to lie, at first the show was just like the Clone Wars. It didn't have a central plot and just made everything random, although it at least had the central characters. It was in episode 3, "Rise of the Old Masters" that the show really started for me. In the episodes before this, other than the pilot movie, they were just a small group that was merely an annoyance for the empire. During episode 3 though, they transformed from that into a ragtag crew of vigilantes waging war against the empire. In this episode, they actually started hitting the empire, which really brought the whole "Star Wars: Rebels" title out. Also, I disagree with the opinion that the franchise has been "kidified". The only thing they did was make a TV show better than the "Clone Wars" that has material that attracts people of all age groups, ranging from the old die-hard Star Wars veterans to the new generation of Star Wars fans, thus effectively eliminating the alienation of any specific age group/category. All in all, I feel that this show had a poor continuation of episodes at the start, but in time it will improve constantly. Thanks for reading this, and may the force be with you-moreless

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