Complete Timeline Of All Star Wars TV Shows

Keeping track of Star Wars’ TV shows' timeline can be difficult, especially because the Star Wars shows span hundreds of years and involve multiple eras. While Star Wars’ television history traces back to 1985’s Star Wars: Droids, the Disney+ platform changed how Star Wars content is produced for the small screen. The majority of the Disney+ Star Wars shows are canon, meaning that they fit in the broader Star Wars timeline along with the movies.
Star Wars’ TV shows were usually synonymous with animation due to series such as Star Wars: Clone Wars, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Star Wars Rebels. This began to change with The Mandalorian, Star Wars’ first live-action series. The Mandalorian opened the door for other live-action Star Wars shows to be produced and even set up its own “pocket universe” within the Star Wars universe. That said, animated shows are still a huge part of Star Wars' TV output. From The Acolyte to Star Wars Resistance, here is when each canon Star Wars TV show takes place in the Star Wars timeline.
Star Wars: The Acolyte (132 BBY) The Acolyte is a live-action Star Wars High Republic show that will take place around 100 years before the events of Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. This timeframe places The Acolyte in the High Republic's final years, making it the first Star Wars show in chronological order as of now. The Acolyte cast includes names such as Amandla Stenberg, Lee Jung-jae, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Jodie Turner-Smith.
Star Wars has been recently diving into the High Republic era, a period that ranges from 300 BBY to 82 BBY, in comics and novels. However, The Acolyte will be the first live-action Star Wars production to go that far back in the Star Wars timeline. Emmy-nominated Leslye Headland is the writer and executive producer, and the show is being described as a mystery thriller about the emergence of the dark side in the galaxy.


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