Star Wars Movies In Order: Chronological & Best Viewing Plan

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  • Star Wars: The Machete Order What is the best order to watch all the Star Wars movies and TV show? Star Wars is one of the greatest transmedia franchises of all time. While George Lucas launched Star Wars on the big screen in 1977, the first tie-in novel - Alan Dean Foster's Splinter of the Mind's Eye - was published less than a year later. The Expanded Universe grew to include books, comics, video games, and more, and although the canon was essentially rebooted after Disney acquired Lucasfilm in 2012, it has since flourished anew.
    If you want to stay abreast of all things Star Wars, you have to dabble in a lot of different mediums; there are movies, live-action and animated TV shows, comics, and novels. It's easy to feel intimidated in the face of such a broad range of content, so for many fans a better alternative is to settle for the movies and TV shows. This is easier than ever before, courtesy of the Disney+ streaming service. In total, there are 16 Star Wars movies and TV shows for fans to view (with more on the way on screens both big and small). But what is the best order to watch all this? Opinions differ, but here are the four main options.
    Star Wars in Chronological Order The most obvious viewing order is, of course, chronological in terms of in-universe events. This approach gives a proper sense of the generational nature of Star Wars, kicking off with a strong focus on Anakin Skywalker, passing the torch to Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa, and then to Rey and Kylo Ren. The TV shows make matters rather more complicated, given Star Wars: The Clone Wars ran through thematic arcs rather than placing events in a chronological sequence, but Lucasfilm has officially confirmed the best viewing order to get a consistent timeline. Moving to the sequel era, Star Wars Resistance starts before the sequels but catches up by season 1, episode 20, where it prominently features the destruction of Hosnian Prime. Star Wars Resistance season 2 is initially concurrent with, and then runs beyond, Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The Tales of the Jedi anthology is scattered across the entire prequel era timeline, making it rather awkward.


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