By Kieran Burt.
Lucasfilm has announced that Star Wars: Visions season two will be debuting on May 4, 2023, or more commonly known as Star Wars day to fans.
The titles of the episodes have been released, alongside which studio will be making them:
‘Sith’ – El Guiri from Spain
‘Screecher’s Reach’ – Cartoon Saloon from Ireland
‘In the Stars’ – Punkrobot from Chile
‘I Am Your Mother’ – Aardman from United Kingdom
‘Journey to the Dark Head’ – Studio Mir from South Korea
‘The Spy Dancer’ – Studio La Cachette from France
‘The Bandits of Golak’ – 88 Pictures from India
‘The Pit’ – D’art Shtajio from Japan in collaboration from Lucasfilm Ltd from the United States
‘Aau’s Song’ – Triggerfish from South Africa.
This list shows an expansion to international studios. The first season of Star Wars Visions was made by nine different studios from Japan.
It’s unclear whether all nine episodes will debut on the series at once, or if they will be released weekly.
The first season of the show dropped all nine episodes back in September 2021. It had an option to be watched in the original Japanese language with subtitles, or dubbed in English.
The series is not considered as belonging to either of the continuities in Star Wars, canon or Legends.
Visions will be the fifth Star Wars series to release in 2023. Other shows coming out this year are Star Wars: The Bad Batch season two, The Mandalorian season three, Skeleton Crew, and Ahsoka.
Its release date puts it to come out right after The Mandalorian season three, which will finish midway through April.
A trailer for the new season is yet to be shown.
Star Wars Visions season two will be released on May 4, 2023 on Disney+.