Obi-Wan Kenobi''s first season has concluded, and Kathleen Kennedy, Lucasfilm''s president, has said that there might be a second season.
Certain Star Wars fans are holding out that the Star Wars spinoff series Obi-Wan Kenobi will be renewed for a second season now that the first season has ended. It has come to our attention that the program''s owners are weighing up whether this specific Star Wars narrative will continue with another chapter.
The second season of Obi-Wan Kenobi demonstrates its fair share of challenges, as one may expect. Some people believe that the guy who is finally referred to as Old Ben in the original Star Wars trilogy does not have much of a story to tell.
Given that he is still in a relatively early age when the events of this series take place, that is certainly not the case. On the other hand, very little information on Lucasfilms'' plans for the streaming series has been revealed up until today.
In this extensive interview, what do Kennedy and Chow have to say?
Deborah Chow and Kathleen Kennedy were recently talking to Entertainment Tonight. They appeared to express their concern that even if there was one plan, things might alter for the extremely popular Obi-Wan Kenobi now that this season has ended.
When the series was first planned, Chow had said that there was never a desire for it to be a limited one. She also stated that the season had a beginning, a middle, and an end, and that they weren''t thinking beyond that.
Chow would not exclude the possibility of a second season. The director of the films has been quoted as saying there would need to be a strong reason for the production of the next component in the series. She did not specify precisely the requirements for a reasonable reason.
Despite the fact that the ratings may be at least one of those requirements. In all likelihood, the program success in all aspects, with new records for viewership on Disney Plus.
The Final Verdict
The producer of Chows''s statements expressed his opinion mostly through Kathleen Kennedy. She said that the show''s objective has always been to have a limited season, but that a continuation of the program might not be completely out of the question if there is sufficient demand for it.
It is not out of question that Disney may continue to investigate this historical period in the Star Wars world from a different perspective. It''s for a long time that a new show centered on Cal Kestis, a character from the computer game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, may go viral in the near future.
The beginning of the first season of Obi-Wan Kenobi was also written in a manner that opens the possibility of the show being renewed for a second season. According to the Empire, there appears to be plenty to demonstrate Darth Vaders'' continued purpose. However, I will not divulge exactly what they could be.
On Disney Plus, you may now see Obi-Wan Kenobi episodes.