Star Wars: The Bad Batch (2021): S01E01 – Aftermath


Introduction

Star Wars: The Bad Batch is an American animated series created by Dave Filoni for the streaming service Disney+.

It is part of the Star Wars franchise, acting as both a sequel to, and spin-off from, the series Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

Outline

Before the end of the Clone Wars, while the Bad Batch – defective clones Hunter, Tech, Crosshair, and Wrecker plus cyborg clone Echo – are assisting Jedi Master Depa Billaba and her Padawan Caleb Dume on Kaller, Order 66 is issued and Billaba is killed by her clones. The Bad Batch receive the order too, but only Crosshair feels compelled to obey it, and Hunter lets Dume escape. Returning to Kamino, the Bad Batch learn that the war is over, that an Empire has replaced the Republic, and they meet a young girl, Omega, who is another defective clone. Admiral Tarkin arrives to evaluate the clones’ viability, and sends the Bad Batch to eliminate a group of insurgents on Onderon. When they discover that these “insurgents” are actually fugitives under Saw Gerrera who refuse to submit to the new Empire, Hunter has his men abandon the mission and return for Omega. They are arrested for treason, and Tarkin has Crosshair’s inhibitor chip enhanced, turning him against his squadmates and forcing the Bad Batch and Omega to flee without him.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Series

you can find a full index and overview of Star Wars: The Bad Batch here.

Production & Filming Details

  • Release Date: 04 May 2021.
  • Running Time: 23-75 minutes.
  • Rating: TV-PG.
  • Country: US.
  • Language: English.

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