Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ CORRECT Viewing Order

Star Wars: The Clone Wars' was frustratingly aired out of chronological order, so its episode listing on Disney+ reflects this – but, fortunately, Star Wars has provided the right way to view the show. The reason behind The Clone Wars’ interestingly release order was caused by George Lucas' struggle with writing certain episodes and the core team making creative decisions on the fly. When George Lucas and Dave Filoni began Star Wars: The Clone Wars, they modeled it on something like a monthly comic book series, with groups of episodes linking together into one story arc, and multiple story arcs comprising each season.
These arcs range from focusing on specific clone troopers to Jedi Knights like Star Wars’ Ahsoka Tano to the Mandalorians and the resurrected Darth Maul. Despite Star Wars: The Clone Wars' loose, almost storytelling methodology, knowing Clone Wars' correct viewing order improves its continuity and narrative payoff. This allows audiences to more easily keep track of all the myriad story arcs, Star Wars characters’ histories, backstory reveals, and how each new installment - some released entire seasons apart - fits into them. It also maximizes character development and the flow of certain conflicts on the battlefield. With the chronological viewing order, Clone Wars is somewhat transformed into a more traditional TV series.


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