The second season of the Ahsoka series will be produced, according to the published news, this work will continue, but due to the strike of writers and actors, a contract for this issue has not been signed. Stay tuned with Filmotime.
According to Deadline
With the release of the eighth episode of the first season of Ahsoka, it ended, but the end of the series was in such a way that many expected the second season of this series from the world of Star Wars to be confirmed and announced quickly. Now, according to the latest news of cinema and television, the second season of the Asuka series will be made. Deadline reported that talks and negotiations have now begun regarding the production of the second season of Ahsoka, but nothing is certain and no contract has been signed.
Deadline says that Asuka’s second season is more talk than reality, but the final green light hasn’t been given and it’s still in the early stages of production. Negotiations for the second season of the Ahsoka series have been postponed and delayed after the end of the writers’ and actors’ strike. Since the writer’s strike is almost over, we can expect to start writing the scripts for the second season if there is an agreement, but we will have to wait until the official announcement from Disney.
The cast of Ahsoka season two
Rosario Dawson as Asuka Tano, Lars Mikkelsen as Grand Admiral Thrawn, Hayden Christensen as Anakin Skywalker and Darth Vader, Natasha Liu Bordizo as Sabine Wren, Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Hera Sindola, Genevieve O’Reilly as Man Matma, Faith Esfandi as Ezra Bridger, Ray Stevenson as Bilan School, Ivana Sakhno as Shane Hattie, David Tennant as Huyang, Diane Lee Inosanto as Morgan Elsebeth and Wes Chatham are among the actors who appear in the Ahsoka series and play have played a role
Dave Filoni wrote the script for Ahsoka and also served as an executive producer on the Star Wars series with The Mandalorian creator Jon Favreau. According to Lucasfilm, Dave Filoni, Peter Ramsey, Steph Green, Jennifer Getzinger, Geeta Patel and Rick Famoya have been responsible for directing various episodes of the Asuka series.