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It's been a long wait for Star Wars: The Bad Batch season two. Of course the return of the animated Star Wars series has been met with joy by the franchise's legion of fans.
The Bad Batch is a sequel and spin-off of the popular series The Clone Wars, focusing on the eponymous gang (who were initially introduced in the previous show). Hunter, Wrecker, Tech, Crosshair, Echo, and Omega's fans are, needless to say, pumped up for a new adventure.
This week saw the double debut of the show's return to Disney Plus, with the first two episodes being released at once on Wednesday. However, if you've already watched the first two episodes of season 2 on Disney Plus and are wondering when the third one will be available, you should know that The Bad Batch has a history of getting moved around the calendar.
When Will the Bad Batch Season 2 Episode 3 Be Released?
On Wednesday, January 11, 2023, the third episode of Star Wars: The Bad Batch season 2 will become available to stream on Disney Plus. The third episode, which will be accessible to stream at the same time as the previous two episodes, will be named “The Solidarity Clone,” and it will go live at 12:00 a.m. PT, 2:00 a.m. CT, and 3:00 a.m. ET.
Despite the fact that the new season of the show started out with two episodes, it will now go back to its regular schedule of airing a single new episode every week. In addition, each of those episodes will be made available on Wednesday, which has rapidly become the most important release day for all of the main shows that are available on Disney Plus.
Bad Batch Season 2 Reviews
Since the premiere of The Clone Wars more than 15 years ago, the animation division of Star Wars has been on an extraordinary roll, a streak that appears to be continuing with the premiere of Season 2 of The Bad Batch.
The animation seems to be up to the normal standard, and with all but two episodes having been sent out to critics at this point, the general feeling is that Lucasfilm has yet another winner on its hands from the point of view of the tale.
Fans have already received hints about some of the big story lines that are going to occur throughout this season, such as the shock that will be witnessed with Commander Cody and an eventual reunion for the entire crew. Even though there are just two episodes left to air, there is still going to be a lot of thrilling action that viewers are looking forward to seeing over the course of the next few months.
Recap of Previous Two Episodes
Season 2 follows the same format as Season 1: each episode is a quest with a few larger plot arcs. Even when they get repetitious, the enormous background arcs are the true draw.
One of those broader arcs concerns all galaxy clones. The Empire is considering conscripting them after destroying their home. The Bad Batch knows that the Empire would do everything to attain its goals, which puts them in a perilous situation. The clones and their genetic brethren are in danger because those greater goals do not involve them.
This is a significant issue for The Bad Batch, but Lucasfilm is becoming better at employing street-level characters to show why the galaxy hates the Empire. After all, you could be going about your normal business and discover you're an Empire enemy and they're trying to wipe out your bloodline.
Star Wars films had cameos. The marketing has teased Captain Rex, Commander Cody, Emperor Palpatine, and Gungi, the Wookie Jedi. The season's final two episodes may have more. I still like empty fan service Star Wars cameos. Even though it was forced and awkward, I loved seeing Dr. Evazan and Ponda Baba in Rogue One.
Season 2 follows Omega, who has become a skilled bounty hunter/mercenary and a beloved squad member. Great change. Omega, Hunter's space baby, is more interesting than Hunter. The Bad Batch taught her a lot, and this is in her DNA. She's Boba Fett's sister (kind of).
Will There Be Bad Batch Season 3?
While a third season of The Bad Batch is not confirmed, Disney is showing no indications of slowing down on Star Wars content production. Given the resources being poured into shows like Obi-Wan Kenobi and the anthology series Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi, it's hard to think that Lucasfilm's creative director Dave Filoni would end one of his favourite projects before it was ready.
Undoubtedly, season 2 of Star Wars: The Bad Batch will live up to the high standards established by season 1. There are connections and references to both Star Wars Rebels and Star Wars: Republic Commando. Bad Batch accomplishes this while also delivering a moving story of a group of veterans who help a young woman become an independent adult.
From the ultimate Star Wars enthusiast who has seen and read it all to the family looking for an energetic, A-Team-style entertainment to enjoy together, Star Wars: The Bad Batch is a terrific show for everyone.