Every Star Wars TV Show Ranked From Worst To Best
With the present abundance of programming on Disney+, it's easy to forget that Star Wars TV programs have existed since 1985
George Lucas was always aware that he was constructing something much larger than a film franchise.
Alan Dean Foster's Splinter of the Mind's Eye, the first Star Wars tie-in novel, was published in 1978, before The Empire Strikes Back.
After completing the original trilogy with 1983's Return of the Jedi, Lucas' focus shifted to television, where he continued to license stories set in a galaxy far, far away.
Disney has transformed Star Wars into a groundbreaking transmedia phenomenon; the films have been largely on hiatus since the conclusion of the second trilogy,
but the tale lives on in high-profile Disney+ TV shows. These have had unparalleled cultural ramifications,
ensuring that Star Wars remains an important component of popular culture. Every TV show differs from the others in terms of style and theme,
Ensuring that they all have value. Despite this, it's intriguing to compare the various Star Wars TV episodes
as it provides a window into the franchise's developing nature. Here is a list of all Star Wars TV series, rated from worst to finest.
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