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Star Wars: Rebels 

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A brave and clever ragtag starship crew stands up against the evil Empire as it tightens its grip on the galaxy and hunts down the last of the Jedi Knights.
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Season 4 Premiere

Monday, October 16
S4.E1 Heroes of Mandalore: Part 1
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The rebels work with Mandalorian Clan Wren to free Sabine's father from the clutches of the Empire.

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Saturday, March 25
S3.E21 Zero Hour: Part 2
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Hera and Kanan fight to keep the squadron alive while trapped on Atollon. Ezra seeks to break the blockade with help from an unlikely source.

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Saturday, March 25
S3.E20 Zero Hour: Part 1
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Series cast summary:
 Ezra Bridger (57 episodes, 2014-2017)
 Kanan Jarrus / ... (55 episodes, 2014-2017)
 Hera Syndulla / ... (54 episodes, 2014-2017)
 Zeb Orrelios / ... (53 episodes, 2014-2017)
 Sabine Wren (50 episodes, 2014-2017)
 Rex / ... (31 episodes, 2014-2017)
 Agent Kallus (25 episodes, 2014-2017)
 Stormtrooper #1 / ... (23 episodes, 2014-2017)


An animated TV series set between the events of Episode III and IV, Star Wars Rebels takes place in a time where the Empire is securing its grip on the galaxy and hunting down the last of the Jedi Knights as a fledgling rebellion against the Empire is taking shape. Written by Disney Channel

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A spark of rebellion ignites... (season 1) See more »


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Release Date:

26 September 2014 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Rex bares a resemblance to British comedian Alexei Sayle. See more »


Kanan Jarrus: We've faced an Inquisitor before... but this was nothing like that.
Ezra Bridger: Ahsoka, do you have any idea who or what he is?
[Ahsoka sadly looks back on her time as Anakin's apprentice]
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Crazy Credits

C1-10P a.k.a. "Chopper" is listed in the voice cast "As Himself". See more »


Star Wars Rebels Theme
Written by Kevin Kiner
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I've totally changed my opinion of this series...
7 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

About a week ago I wrote a comment that ranked "Rebels" as a 3 of 10 after watching all but the last episode on the 1st Season.

Well I stuck with the series and am about half-way through Season 2 and I gotta admit that the characters are really starting to grow on me. I'm even starting to love Chopper (the overly emotive astromech; think R2D2 on emotional steroids).

Maybe it was the appearance of Darth Vader, or maybe it was Ahsoka, or maybe it was Agent Kallus, or the Inquisitors, or all of the above, but I went from disliking this series to almost loving it. It's not up there with "Clone Wars," but I'd say it's a good, solid sequel.

So now I'd rate this series as 7.5 of 10.

Below is my previous review (I withdraw it).

What a huge disappointment...

A coworker of mine bought me a 3-month Netflix subscription card this past Christmas. So I'm checking out all the possibilities and I see the animated series "Star Wars - Clone Wars" and I think to myself: ah, sure, why not?

Well I got to tell you, that was an excellent choice! I absolutely fell in love with that series. I love the characters (especially Ahsoka Tano), the animation, the plot lines, the dialogue. It's an animated series for adults, with complicated plots and complex moral dilemmas.

But I finished watching the six seasons and felt a need for more Star Wars fare. Then I noticed that there's another animated series, "Star Wars Rebels" that takes place about 15 years after the conclusion of Clone Wars. I was super excited, but Netflix doesn't offer it, so I decided to buy the 1st season DVDs off Amazon.

That was a huge mistake.

A few minutes into the very 1st episode I realized that this is a children's cartoon -- totally different maturity level from Clone Wars. I'd say the target demographics would be children, maybe tweens, or early adolescents, but nothing beyond 16 years old.

Everything about this series is such a letdown: the characters, the silly dialogue, the "god-mode" invulnerability of the six Rebels themselves (no matter how many storm troopers or tie fighters are blasting away, none of the Rebels even suffers a scratch, while all of the Imperials are taken out of action -- with the exception of a newly introduced Dark Side character -- will not mention the name). He is actually a pretty cool antagonist, but he's not enough to make up for all the many, many shortfalls in this unworthy sequel to Clone Wars.

I'm struggling to get through episode 12, figured I spent the money, I should at least watch all 15 -- but it's a tough slog.

Rebels is so awful that I actually miss Jar-Jar Binks, and I never thought I'd live to see the day when I'd type that out onto the intertoobs for all the world to see (or at least the world as represented by IMDb).

3 out of 10.

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