It’s HERE! New trailer for the last season of Star Wars Rebels!!

A brand-new trailer for the final few episodes of the very last season of Star Wars Rebels has just dropped, and it sure packs a punch!!

Wow. The first and only word that comes to mind here is, “Wow.”

From the opening sequence, showing Ezra’s journey over the course of Star Wars: Rebels so far, the journey that has led him to now, to the small glimpses of what these few episodes hold, this was a total roller-coaster ride.

“I wanted this trailer to have a sense of This Is It… This is going to sum up everything about this particular Star Wars family.” – Dave Filoni (Source)

And the trailer certainly accomplished that, in an amazing, heart-racing, anxiety-quadrupling sort of way. If you weren’t worried for the family of the Ghost before, you definitely should be now.

This trailer also draws some fascinating connections to a trailer for its predecessor show, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, which prepped fans for the last several episodes of the show to be completed and released, and detailed Ahsoka’s fall from grace within the Jedi Order she was raised by, and the beginning of her life away from them. (If you’d like to check out that trailer, which really is a work of art as well, you can do so here.)

I, for one, am on the edge of my seat to know what happens to these characters in the end, though at the same time I’m already battling sadness over the show coming to an end. The short distance of time between now and the show’s release can be seen as both a blessing and a curse.

Along with the trailer, we also got the official U. S. airdates for the last few episodes of the series, and official episode titles for each one:

Monday, February 19

  • Premiere telecasts of “Jedi Night” (9:00 p.m. EST) and “DUME” (9:30 p.m. EST) on Disney XD and will be released on the DisneyNOW App (DisneyNOW.com) at 10:00 p.m. EST.

Monday, February 26

  • Premiere telecasts of “Wolves and a Door” (9:00 p.m. EST) and “A World Between Worlds” (9:30 p.m. EST) on Disney XD and will be released on the DisneyNOW App (DisneyNOW.com) at 10:00 p.m. EST.

Monday, March 5

  • Premiere telecasts of “A Fool’s Hope” (8:30 p.m. EST) and “Family Reunion – and Farewell” (9:00 p.m. EST) on Disney XD and will be released on the DisneyNOW App (DisneyNOW.com) at 10:00 p.m. EST.

To avoid spoilers and allow fans to experience the episodes together during each telecast, new episodes will be available on VOD and digital platforms the day after their linear premieres. You can catch all previously-aired Star Wars Rebelsepisodes from Season Four on the DisneyNOW App.

(Source)

And to top it all off, we also got some more amazing art for these last episodes!!

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What do you think of the trailer, art, titles, and other info on the upcoming episode of Star Wars Rebels? Do you have any special plans for the mid-season premier? Let us know in the comments (just us, we’re dying to discuss this new trailer!! 😉 )

9 thoughts on “It’s HERE! New trailer for the last season of Star Wars Rebels!!”

  1. Wow… And oh, man! Any hints on Kanan’s fate? I don’t want him to die, but my instincts keep saying, “They’re going to kill him, they’re going to kill him, darn it, they are SO going to kill him….” I don’t want to be right, but it’s an annoying outcome for these kinds of instincts.

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    1. I’m not gonna make any calls yet on whether he’ll live or die, but I do have to admit that I’m facing the same feelings as you… I really do hope this will take the same turn as The Clone Wars did, however, and come up with an inventive way to carry on the character, yet make sure they’re still useful later on, instead of simply keeping them alive as a fan service. Many fans were claiming all the way through TCW that the only way it could possibly end would be with Ahsoka’s death, but we all know how that turned out.
      Most of all, though, I want them to be responsible with whatever decision they make concerning him. If they do kill him, it has to be meaningful and just be the only way for the story to possibly go. As they’ve already conveniently removed all the important characters from Rogue One to keep any possible continuity issues at bay, it’s going to really start looking bad if they make a habit of resolving every new Star Wars story set during a pre-existing time period this way. It really will begin to look like they’re wanting to make a ton of new products as a money grab, but not be responsible for what happens to the characters and story changes they’ve made at the end. What really finally sold me on the idea that TCW actually *was* worth considering Canon was the act of bringing back Ahsoka and Captain Rex, main characters from that show, into Rebels, in order to responsibly finish up their stories, and show how they actually did make a significant impact on the Star Wars galaxy as a whole.

      Sorry for ranting at you over this, I’m all crazy after watching that trailer!! 🙂

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  2. Wow, it was amazing. Though I have to say the part that caught me the most was when Ezra was standing before the wall/door and on it it shows the son, father, and daughter and on the daughter’s shoulder is the bird like creature that is also in the trailer.

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    1. Yeah, I think I’m leaning that way too…
      It’s actually started to grow on me just a bit since I first saw it… I was extremely against it at first, but now I do have to appreciate how much it makes him look like the young Caleb Dume… I still think there was probably a way to achieve that with a different hairstyle, though. XD

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      1. I like how much younger it makes him look, the way he did when he went by Caleb Dume, too. But you’re right – it could have been a better style! 🙂

        Hey, do we know where Caleb Dume came from? I began to think the episode “DUME” might reveal that his family is from Lothal.

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        1. Everyone assumed for a long time that he was from Coruscant, but I don’t think that’s necessarily where he was born; it’s just where he grew up because he was part of the Jedi Order and lived in the Temple there.
          The thought that he might actually turn out to be from Lothal has become pretty popular among fans of the show lately… I think it would be a neat tie-in to throw in there, but I’m pretty good either way with it. I actually kinda like the way it is understood now, that each of the crew comes from a different world, different culture, and all with a different backstory, yet they’re still together to fight the Empire and they’ve made this strong family connection in spite of their differences.

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