Where to watch Star Wars: The Bad Batch?

Last Modified Jan 25, 2023 05:59 GMT
Source: Official Twitter Account of Star Wars: The Bad Batch

Star Wars: The Bad Batch can be streamed on Disney+. The time for the release of new episodes is usually 12 a.m. PT (3 a.m. ET/8 a.m. GMT/7 p.m. AEST).

An American animated show called Star Wars: The Bad Batch was produced by Dave Filoni for the Disney+ streaming service. It is a member of the Star Wars saga and both a prequel and a spin-off of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Brad Rau is the supervising director on "The Bad Batch," which is made by Lucasfilm Animation, with Jennifer Corbett serving as the head writer.

The "Bad Batch," a group of elite clone soldiers with genetic mutations, is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker. He reprises his role from "The Clone Wars” and also provides the voices for other clones in the series. Omega, a female clone who joins the team, is portrayed by Michelle Ang. As a spin-off from The Clone Wars, the series was formally ordered by Disney+ in July 2020, with Filoni, Corbett, and Rau attached.

What is the plot of Star Wars: The Bad batch?

The plot of the series is about the years following the Clone Wars, when the elite clone troopers known as Clone Force 99, also referred to as the "Bad Batch," who were first introduced in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, undertake perilous mercenary missions.

In contrast to the majority of the clone army, the majority of the Bad Batch was able to repel Order 66, which transformed their brethren into vicious and blindly obedient slaves of Emperor Palpatine. As a result, they escape the Galactic Empire, and Grand Moff Tarkin starts transitioning away from the use of clones in favor of regular humans.

What is the background of Star Wars: The Bad Batch?

The supervising director of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels, Dave Filoni, had resigned from that position by September 2016 in order to concentrate more on the writing of the latter series and the creation of upcoming animated series for Lucasfilm. The Clone Wars' final season will be available on the streaming service Disney+ in 2020, according to Filoni's announcement from July 2018.

The season features a four-episode arc introducing a group of genetically altered clone troopers known as the "Bad Batch." The episodes were derived directly from George Lucas's Star Wars plans and were originally story reels for an earlier, unfinished season of the show.

Source: Official Twitter Account of Star Wars: The Bad Batch

Star Wars: The Bad Batch, a spin-off from the final season of The Clone Wars that follows the Bad Batch clones in the wake of the Clone War, will premiere on Disney+ in July 2020 after being officially ordered by the streaming service. According to the announcement, the show is Dave Filoni's vision, and he serves as executive producer alongside Athena Portillo, Brad Rau, and Jennifer Corbett, as well as Carrie Beck and Josh Rimes from Lucasfilm as co-executive producer and producer, respectively.

The series, according to Filoni, is "very much in the vein" of "The Clone Wars," and it will adhere to Lucas's intention that it tell grand, thrilling adventures. Before the two-part first season finale was released in August 2021, the show's official renewal for a second season was announced.

What is the cast of Star Wars: The Bad Batch?

Dee Bradley Baker would return from The Clone Wars to voice every clone trooper in the series, including the members of the Bad Batch and Captain Rex, according to the first trailer for the show, which was released in December 2020. Additionally, it was revealed that a younger version of Fennec Shand from The Mandalorian would appear in the show.

Shortly after, actress Ming-Na Wen announced that she would return to the role of Shand. Also returning were Stephen Stanton and Andrew Kishino in the roles of Saw Gerrera and Admiral Tarkin, respectively.

How was Star Wars: The Bad Batch received?

Star Wars: The Bad Batch ranked fourth among anticipated returning television series in September 2022 and fifth among anticipated new television series in May 2021, respectively, according to Whip Media's TV Time viewership tracking app. Star Wars: The Bad Batch ranked seventh among all original series streamed during the week of May 3, 2021, to May 9, 2021, according to Nielsen.

Source: Official Twitter Account of Star Wars: The Bad Batch

Based on 90 reviews, the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported an 86% approval rating for the first season, giving it an average rating of 7.20/10. The consensus of the website's critiques reads, "The Bad Batch's beautifully animated adventure may be too plot-heavy for casual viewers, but fans will enjoy diving deeper into this dastardly cast of characters."

Based on 9 reviews, the weighted average review site Metacritic gave the movie a score of 67 out of 100, classifying it as having "generally favorable reviews." Based on 15 reviews, the second season has an 87% approval rating and an average rating of 7/10. According to the website's critical consensus, "The second bundle of The Bad Batch retains all the same virtues and vices as the first: a slick Star Wars adventure geared toward diehard fans at the expense of more casual viewers."


Q. Where to watch Star Wars: The Bad Batch?

A. Star Wars: The Bad Batch is available to stream on Disney+.

Q. How many seasons does Star Wars: The Bad Batch have?

A. There are two seasons in Star Wars: The Bad Batch, each with sixteen episodes.

Q. When will Star Wars: The Bad Batch season two conclude?

A. Star Wars: The Bad Batch's second season started on January 4, 2023 and will end on March 29, 2023.