The Untitled Star Wars live-action TV series is a science fiction television series currently set to debut in 2012.[1][2] The series will be set between Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.[3] The project, which has yet to be given an official title, was first announced in April 2005 by Star Wars creator George Lucas at the Celebration III fan convention in Indianapolis, Indiana.[4]

The production will focus on minor characters from the Star Wars galaxy, rather than the main characters from the films. Originally, 100 one hour-long episodes were proposed, but at Celebration Europe in July 2007, producer Rick McCallum explained that it had the potential to run for up to 400 episodes, and “it’s something that can go on for years and years. One of the ideas is that we’ll have multiple series going on in about two or three years’ time.”[5] This supports a description given by Lucas as “one show that will split into four shows, focusing on different charactersShow Aims to Attract New “Adult Audience” on Cable Television

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