‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch’ season 2 premieres in September

These rowdy rascals dubbed The Bad Batch are returning for another season on Disney Plus this fall, as recently announced at Star Wars Celebration 2022 in California.

Amidst new information revealed at the geek event about more live-action “Star Wars” shows like “Andor,” “The Mandalorian” season three, and “Ahsoka,” animation fans got their own treat with a new teaser for “Star Wars: The Bad Batch” season 2 and it looks like another exciting collection of heartwarming conflicts for the genetically modified soldiers.

The motley crew of clone troopers is back, this time with young Omega on the team in “Star Wars: The Bad Batch”. (Image credit: Lucasfilm)

Produced by Lucasfilm Animation, “The Bad Batch” first arrived last year as a spinoff of “Star Wars: The Clone Wars.” Executive producer Dave Filoni (“The Mandalorian,” “Star Wars: The Clone Wars”) is also back in this second season to oversee the explosive antics. (You can check out our picks for the best Star Wars: Clone Wars episodes to prepare for season two.)

This adventurous series chronicles the courage and glory of Clone Force 99, which is comprised of the clone-enhanced Hunter, Wrecker, Echo, and Tech, and their unmodified female clone Omega, as they race across a galaxy far, far away during the turbulent Imperial era of Emperor Palpatine after the Clone Wars.

Clone Force 99 from “The Bad Batch” checks out the vision in season two. (Image credit: Lucasfilm)

Last Sunday’s Star Wars Celebration “Bad Batch” special panel was filled by series supervising director/executive producer Brad Rau; writer/executive producer Jennifer Corbett; and story editor Matt Michnovetz. Dee Bradley Baker, the vocal talent behind all the character voices; and Michelle Ang, the voice of Omega, joined the rest of the performance.

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