List of Star Wars: The Clone Wars episodes
Star Wars: The Clone Wars is an American 3D CGI animated television series created by Lucasfilm Animation, Lucasfilm Animation Singapore, and CGCG Inc. On August 15, 2008, the debut film was released in theaters; it served as the introduction of the series. The series made its debut on the American Cartoon Network on October 3, 2008. It is set in the fictional Star Wars galaxy during the three-year interim between Episode II – Attack of the Clones and Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (the same time period as the previous 2003 Clone Wars series). Each episode has a running time of 22 minutes, filling a half-hour time slot. Star Wars creator George Lucas originally claimed that at least 100 episodes would be produced. During the course of the series, 133 episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars were released over seven seasons, between October 3, 2008, and May 4, 2020.
On March 11, 2013, Lucasfilm announced that The Clone Wars would be "winding down", effectively canceling the series as Lucasfilm ended its contract with Cartoon Network following its acquisition by Disney. The unreleased episodes that had already been produced were referred to at the time as "bonus content". On January 16, 2014, the German television network Super RTL announced their plans to air these episodes as a sixth season, which consisted of 13 episodes. Season 6, along with the other seasons and the feature film, were made available on Netflix on March 7, 2014.
In July 2018, Lucasfilm announced at San Diego Comic-Con that The Clone Wars would return with 12 new episodes on Disney+. The new episodes served as the series' final season, which premiered on February 21, 2020 and concluded the series on May 4, 2020.
|First released||Last released||Network|
|Film||The Clone Wars||N/A||August 15, 2008||Theatrical release|
|1||—||22||October 3, 2008||March 20, 2009||Cartoon Network|
|2||Rise of the Bounty Hunters||22||October 2, 2009||April 30, 2010|
|3||Secrets Revealed||22||September 17, 2010||April 1, 2011|
|4||Battle Lines||22||September 16, 2011||March 16, 2012|
|5||—||20||September 29, 2012||March 2, 2013|
|6||The Lost Missions||13||March 7, 2014[a]||Netflix|
|7||The Final Season||12||February 21, 2020||May 4, 2020||Disney+|
As a lead-in to the TV series of the same name, the film was released theatrically on August 15, 2008, and was distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. Though critical reception was negative, the film was a box-office success and grossed $68.3 million worldwide against an $8.5 million budget.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|Star Wars: The Clone Wars||Dave Filoni||Henry Gilroy & Steven Melching & Scott Murphy||August 15, 2008||1.01 / 1.03 / 1.04 / 1.18|
|As more star systems get swept into the Clone Wars, the valiant Jedi Knights struggle to maintain order. Anakin Skywalker and his Padawan learner Ahsoka Tano embark on a mission that brings them face-to-face with Jabba the Hutt. Plotting against them is Sith Master Count Dooku and his agent, Asajj Ventress - who would ensure that the Jedi fail. Meanwhile, Yoda and Obi-Wan Kenobi lead the clone army against the forces of the dark side.|
Season 1 (2008–09)
The premiere episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars aired on October 3, 2008, and set a new record with Cartoon Network as their most-watched series premiere, attracting 3.992 million total viewers. The season finale, "Hostage Crisis", was broadcast on March 20, 2009, and the original broadcast received 3.297 million viewers. Season 1 depicted the attempts of the Republic and the Separatists to gain the allegiance of many planets and moons.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||1||"Ambush"||Dave Bullock||Steven Melching||October 3, 2008||1.08||3.99|
|Jedi Master Yoda must face off against Count Dooku's dreaded assassin Asajj Ventress and her massive droid army to prove the Jedi are strong enough to protect a strategic planet and forge a treaty for the Republic. Ventress fails against Yoda, so Dooku tells Ventress to kill the king of the planet, who wants to sign the treaty with the Republic. Yoda protects the king from Ventress, who then flees.|
|2||2||"Rising Malevolence"||Dave Filoni||Steven Melching||October 3, 2008||1.07||4.92|
|An attack by a devastating new Separatist weapon—the powerful starship Malevolence—leaves Jedi Master Plo Koon and his clone troopers struggling to survive until Anakin and Ahsoka can find them.|
|3||3||"Shadow of Malevolence"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Steven Melching||October 10, 2008||1.09||2.8|
|With the help of his Padawan, Ahsoka, and Jedi Master Plo Koon, Anakin uses new long-range Y-wing bombers to lead a bold strike on General Grievous's warship, the Malevolence, and its destructive weapon.|
|4||4||"Destroy Malevolence"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Steven Melching||October 17, 2008||1.11||N/A|
|Padmé Amidala and C-3PO are taken hostage by General Grievous, leaving Anakin and Obi-Wan to save the senator and complete the destruction of the Malevolence.|
|5||5||"Rookies"||Justin Ridge||Steven Melching||October 24, 2008||1.14||N/A|
|Alone on a distant outpost, clone officers Rex and Cody must inspire their rookie unit to believe in themselves to stave off a droid commando invasion.|
|6||6||"Downfall of a Droid"||Rob Coleman||George Krstic||November 7, 2008||1.02||N/A|
|R2-D2 is lost during a fierce space battle—and Anakin must find him before the Separatists discover the Jedi military secrets locked in his memory banks.|
|7||7||"Duel of the Droids"||Rob Coleman||Kevin Campbell & Henry Gilroy||November 14, 2008||1.06||N/A|
|Anakin, Ahsoka, and replacement droid R3-S6 embark on a dual rescue/sabotage mission when they discover that R2-D2 is being held at General Grievous's secret enemy listening post, Skytop Station.|
|8||8||"Bombad Jedi"||Jesse Yeh||Kevin Rubio & Steven Melching & Henry Gilroy||November 21, 2008||1.05||2.77|
|On a diplomatic mission to the planet Rodia, Padmé discovers that her old friend and fellow Republic senator Onaconda Farr has allied his planet with the Separatists. In exchange for food and resources for his people, Onaconda captures Padmé and promises to deliver her to Nute Gunray. Sensing that Padmé is in trouble, Jar Jar Binks disguises himself as a Jedi and, with the help of C-3PO, courageously fights to rescue his friend and fellow senator.|
|9||9||"Cloak of Darkness"||Dave Filoni||Paul Dini||December 5, 2008||1.10||1.95|
|Ahsoka and Jedi Master Luminara Unduli escort the captured notorious Separatist leader Nute Gunray to Coruscant so he can stand trial for his crimes. However, they are unaware that Count Dooku has sent his assassin, Asajj Ventress, to free their captive. With the help of Senate Commandos, the Jedi have to thwart Ventress's efforts to free their prisoner, despite the traitorous plans of Senate Guard Captain Argyus.|
|10||10||"Lair of Grievous"||Atsushi Takeuchi||Henry Gilroy||December 12, 2008||1.12||2.14|
|Jedi Master Kit Fisto and his former Padawan, the Mon Calamari Jedi Nahdar Vebb, track escaped prisoner Nute Gunray to a remote world. Following Nute into a mysterious den filled with strange creatures, weapons, and war-time artifacts, the Jedi discover that it is the trap-laden lair of General Grievous. Learning that Count Dooku has led the Jedi there in order to punish Grievous for his recent failures, the general is determined to prove his abilities and destroy the Jedi. Kit and Nahdar, along with a contingent of clones, must now fight their way past Grievous and his caretaker droid A-4D to avoid being caught in Grievous's evil clutches forever.|
|11||11||"Dooku Captured"||Jesse Yeh||Julie Siege||January 2, 2009||1.16||N/A|
|During their own attempt to kidnap Dooku, Anakin and Obi-Wan discover that the Sith lord has already been captured by pirates. Hondo Ohnaka and his gang of pirates hold Dooku captive in their den on Florrum, and hold him for ransom. It is up to Anakin and Obi-Wan to see if the offer is too good to be true.|
|12||12||"The Gungan General"||Justin Ridge||Julie Siege||January 9, 2009||1.20||2.31|
|Anakin and Obi-Wan have been duped and are being held for ransom, along with Count Dooku, by the pirate chief Hondo Ohnaka and his second-in-command, Turk Falso. While Anakin, Obi-Wan, and Dooku unsuccessfully attempt to escape, the Republic sends the ransom via a special envoy, including Representative Jar Jar Binks. When Falso tries to steal the ransom from his boss by shooting down the shuttle, the only survivors are a squad of clones and Jar Jar, who as the most senior officer alive has to take charge of the mission. It becomes a race against time as Jar Jar rushes to deliver the ransom to take custody of Dooku and save the Jedi.|
|13||13||"Jedi Crash"||Rob Coleman||Katie Lucas||January 16, 2009||1.22||2.35|
|Anakin and Ahsoka arrive at a pitched sky battle to help besieged Jedi General Aayla Secura. Anakin is gravely injured in the fight. Aayla and Ahsoka, along with the now-wounded Anakin, Rex, and the surviving clones, crash land on the uncharted grass-covered planet Maridun. Forced to leave Anakin behind in order to save him, Aayla teaches Ahsoka why the Jedi have no personal attachments. They make their way to a Lurmen village. Their ruler, Tee Watt Kaa, explains that they are pacifists in this war and not aligned with either side. Hesitant to have anything to do with the Jedi, Kaa agrees to help save Anakin's life.|
|14||14||"Defenders of Peace"||Steward Lee||Bill Canterbury||January 23, 2009||1.24||2.17|
|Tee Watt Kaa refuses to shelter the Jedi from arriving Separatist forces, fearing that such an action would unnecessarily bring his neutral people into the war. Ahsoka, Aayla, the wounded Anakin, and the rest of the clones respect their wishes as they do not want to jeopardize the village with their presence, so they have to retreat into the wilds of the planet. Separatist Neimoidian General Lok Durd arrives to test a devastating weapon, which they plan to use on the Lurmen. Ultimately, the villagers have to decide whether they will lay down to the Separatists or fight with the Jedi to defend their village.|
|15||15||"Trespass"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Steven Melching||January 30, 2009||1.25||2.62|
|Arriving on the desolate ice world of Orto Plutonia, Anakin and Obi-Wan investigate the disappearance of a clone security force stationed on a remote outpost. The Jedi, accompanied by Senator Riyo Chuchi and Chairman Cho of the nearby moon of Pantora, soon discover their clone troopers were attacked by a tribe of furry natives known as the Talz. Fierce beast-riding warriors, the Talz are very territorial and only want to be left alone. The Jedi manage to negotiate peace with the Talz chieftain, Thi-Sen, when greedy Chairman Cho breaks it by insisting that the planet and the Talz are under his power. The resulting conflict escalates into war between the clones and the Talz, with the Jedi in the middle.|
|16||16||"The Hidden Enemy"||Steward Lee||Drew Z. Greenberg||February 6, 2009||2.01||2.51|
|Anakin and Obi-Wan lead Republic forces in an attempt to defeat the droid armies and free the planet of Christophsis from the Separatist siege. When the Republic is ambushed and forced to retreat, it becomes clear that someone in their midst has set them up. The Jedi believe this infiltration is a Sith-backed operation and go behind enemy lines to investigate. Meanwhile, Captain Rex and Commander Cody set out to uncover the traitor amongst them.|
|17||17||"Blue Shadow Virus"||Giancarlo Volpe||Craig Titley||February 13, 2009||1.26||2.94|
|The Republic discovers a Separatist bio-weapon lab hidden on the planet of Naboo. Rather than wait for help, Padmé explores the lab with Jar Jar. Anakin, Ahsoka, Rex, and Obi-Wan arrive and follow after her. They find that the Senator is being held captive by the sinister Dr. Nuvo Vindi. The mad scientist has been developing a lethal virus for the Separatists. Vindi threatens to set off a bomb and release the virus.|
|18||18||"Mystery of a Thousand Moons"||Jesse Yeh||Brian Larsen||February 13, 2009||2.02||2.11|
|Even though the lab has been shut down, Dr. Vindi manages to activate the dreaded Blue Shadow Virus, infecting Ahsoka, Padmé, and many clone troopers. The plague is fatal within 48 hours. Anakin and Obi-Wan must travel to the mysterious planet Iego to secure the only known antidote to the sickness. They arrive to find its population living in fear of a mysterious force that has been killing anything that tries to leave their world. With the help of Jaybo Hood, a clever Iegoan boy, Anakin and Obi-Wan must solve the planet's mystery before they can leave, and before everyone infected with the Separatist virus dies.|
|19||19||"Storm Over Ryloth"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||George Krstic & Scott Murphy & Henry Gilroy||February 27, 2009||1.15||2.37|
|Ryloth, home world of the Twi'lek people, has been subjected to military occupation by the droid army of the Separatists and surrounded by a blockade of Trade Federation battleships. While launching a surprise attack against the blockade, Ahsoka disobeys Anakin's orders and ends up losing most of her squadron. Even though she is emotionally rocked by this failure, Anakin helps her learn to persevere, placing her in charge of another risky attack.|
|20||20||"Innocents of Ryloth"||Justin Ridge||Randy Stradley & Henry Gilroy||March 6, 2009||1.17||2.49|
|With the space blockade around Ryloth destroyed, Obi-Wan must lead a small clone force into a droid-occupied town to sabotage their anti-aircraft guns. Obi-Wan's mission is complicated when he learns the town's inhabitants are being used as living shields. A pair of clones in his platoon forges an unlikely friendship with a refugee Twi'lek girl, Numa, who has been orphaned by the war. Through their relationship with her, the clones begin to understand the real cost of the war.|
|21||21||"Liberty on Ryloth"||Rob Coleman||Henry Gilroy||March 13, 2009||1.19||3.01|
|The battle for Ryloth rages as the Republic attempts to drive off the occupying droid army led by Techno Union foreman Wat Tambor. With his forces stretched thin, Mace Windu must convince Twi'lek freedom fighter Cham Syndulla to help him save the capital city from the droids' destruction. Initially, the Twi'lek hero is hesitant to aid Mace, but ultimately he realizes that the Jedi can be trusted and joins with him to liberate the city—and ultimately the planet—in the climactic battle.|
|22||22||"Hostage Crisis"||Giancarlo Volpe||Eoghan Mahony||March 20, 2009||2.04||3.29|
|In an attempt to force the release of the crime lord Ziro the Hutt from prison, bounty hunters seize control of the Senate Building and hold members of the Senate hostage. Cad Bane, the leader of the operation, with the help of bounty hunter Aurra Sing, issues his demands to Chancellor Palpatine, who has no choice but to meet his request. Unbeknownst to the hunters, Anakin is loose in the Senate building.|
Season 2: Rise of the Bounty Hunters (2009–10)
The season two premiere, "Holocron Heist", was broadcast on October 2, 2009 and attracted 2.581 million viewers. Episode 15 was first released in Canada. Episodes 16–21 were released in the UK before airing in the US. In season 2, the Sith resort to hiring bounty hunters and mercenaries to steal objects and intel or to assassinate targets for them. Meanwhile, the Jedi lead the Republic forces in an assault on the primary battle droid manufacturing facility. The one-hour season finale combined of "R2 Come Home" and "Lethal Trackdown" was broadcast on April 30, 2010 and the original broadcast received 2.756 million viewers.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|23||1||"Holocron Heist"||Justin Ridge||Paul Dini||October 2, 2009||1.23||2.58|
|Obi-Wan and Anakin try to stop bounty hunter Cad Bane from stealing a holocron from the Jedi temple. Meanwhile, Ahsoka discovers another shapeshifting bounty hunter disguised as a Jedi.|
|24||2||"Cargo of Doom"||Rob Coleman||George Krstic||October 2, 2009||1.13||2.58|
|Cad Bane moves to sell the stolen holocron to the Separatists while Anakin and Ahsoka try to retrieve it and return it to the holocron vault inside the Jedi Temple.|
|25||3||"Children of the Force"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Henry Gilroy & Wendy Meracle||October 9, 2009||2.03||2.8|
|Cad Bane uses the holocron to find and kidnap Force-sensitive younglings. Anakin and Ahsoka try to find them and take them home while Mace Windu and Obi-Wan track down the holocron.|
|26||4||"Senate Spy"||Steward Lee||Melinda Hsu||October 16, 2009||2.05||N/A|
|The Jedi suspect that Senator Rush Clovis is working for the Separatists, so they recruit Padmé to spy on him. Anakin discovers that Padmé and Clovis have a romantic history.[b]|
|27||5||"Landing at Point Rain"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Brian Larsen||November 6, 2009||2.07||N/A|
|Using the information stolen from Senator Clovis, Obi-Wan, Anakin, Ahsoka, and Ki-Adi-Mundi lead a combined clone trooper assault on a massive droid factory on Geonosis.|
|28||6||"Weapons Factory"||Giancarlo Volpe||Brian Larsen||November 13, 2009||2.08||N/A|
|Ahsoka and Luminara Unduli's Padawan Barriss Offee sneak into the droid factory to destroy it while their masters face the new indestructible "Super Tanks".|
|29||7||"Legacy of Terror"||Steward Lee||Eoghan Mahony||November 20, 2009||2.09||N/A|
|Luminara is captured while looking for Separatist leader Poggle the Lesser, and it's up to Anakin, Obi-Wan, and Commander Cody to enter a colony of Geonosian zombies to find her.|
|30||8||"Brain Invaders"||Steward Lee||Andrew Kreisberg||December 4, 2009||2.12||N/A|
|Ahsoka and Barriss are to transport critical supplies to a medical station, but their clone troops are infected with mind-controlling Geonosian worms that try to kill the Jedi. Barriss is also infected by this mind-controlling worm.|
|31||9||"Grievous Intrigue"||Giancarlo Volpe||Ben Edlund||January 1, 2010||2.14||N/A|
|Jedi Master Eeth Koth is captured by General Grievous. While Jedi Master Adi Gallia and Anakin try to rescue him, Obi-Wan plays bait to lure Grievous and capture him.|
|32||10||"The Deserter"||Robert Dalva||Carl Ellsworth||January 1, 2010||2.06||N/A|
|After escaping to the planet Saleucami, Grievous searches for a ship to get offworld. Obi-Wan, Commander Cody, and Rex try to search for Grievous before he escapes the planet. Rex is wounded by a commando droid sniper while scouting ahead and meets a deserter at a farm where he takes shelter.|
|33||11||"Lightsaber Lost"||Giancarlo Volpe||Drew Z. Greenberg||January 22, 2010||2.11||N/A|
|When Ahsoka's lightsaber is stolen by a pickpocket, she gets help from the seemingly feeble elder Jedi Tera Sinube as she tracks down the thief.|
|34||12||"The Mandalore Plot"||Kyle Dunlevy||Melinda Hsu||January 29, 2010||2.13||N/A|
|Obi-Wan is assigned to protect Duchess Satine Kryze of Mandalore from a terrorist organization called Death Watch.|
|35||13||"Voyage of Temptation"||Brian Kalin O' Connell||Paul Dini||February 5, 2010||1.21||N/A|
|As Satine heads to Coruscant protected by clones and two Jedi, Anakin, R2 and the clones find assassin droids in the cargo while Obi-Wan tries to identify the traitor.|
|36||14||"Duchess of Mandalore"||Brian Kalin O' Connell||Drew Z. Greenberg||February 12, 2010||2.16||N/A|
|On Coruscant, Satine disguises herself as a civilian to avoid assassins as she pleads for the Senate to leave her planet in peace.|
|37||15||"Senate Murders"||Brian Kalin O' Connell||Drew Z. Greenberg||March 12, 2010||2.10||N/A|
|Senator Onaconda Farr is poisoned, and Padmé teams up with Bail Organa to unmask the culprit, who turns out to be a fellow senator.|
|38||16||"Cat and Mouse"||Kyle Dunlevy||Brian Larsen||March 20, 2010||2.17||2.02|
|A highly seasoned Separatist strategist stands between the Republic fleet and beleaguered Republic forces on Christophsis. Anakin finds himself in command of an advanced prototype stealth ship with orders to ferry supplies to the weary troops on the planet below. Will he obey orders, or use the stealth ship to launch a sneak attack on the Separatist blockade?|
|39||17||"Bounty Hunters"||Steward Lee||Carl Ellsworth||March 27, 2010||2.19||N/A|
When Anakin, Ahsoka and Obi-Wan crash on the lush rainforest planet of Felucia, they decide to help four bounty hunters protect local farmers from pirates intent on stealing their valuable crops. Obi-Wan and Anakin soon find out that the pirates are led by the duo's old foe, Hondo.
Note: This episode is dedicated to celebrated filmmaker, Akira Kurosawa, and draws parallels from his film "Seven Samurai".
|40||18||"The Zillo Beast"||Giancarlo Volpe||Craig Titley||April 3, 2010||2.22||N/A|
|The Republic's newest droid-annihilating proton bomb awakens a monstrous, gargantuan and near-invincible beast from its underground hibernation. Mace Windu and Anakin Skywalker face a dilemma: save the beast as the last specimen of its kind, or help the Dugs kill it and secure a treaty for critical fuel supplies?|
|41||19||"The Zillo Beast Strikes Back"||Steward Lee||Steven Melching||April 10, 2010||2.23||N/A|
|When the Zillo Beast is brought back to Coruscant in hopes of learning the secret of its impenetrable armour, it instead breaks loose and rampages across the ecumenopolis. As the clones prepare to kill it with poison gas, the Jedi are again trapped in a moral conflict between the value of its life and that of the planet's civilian populace.|
|42||20||"Death Trap"||Steward Lee||Doug Petrie||April 17, 2010||2.15||2.85|
|Boba Fett infiltrates a Republic cruiser and joins a group of young clones with the intention of assassinating Mace Windu for killing his father Jango Fett.|
|43||21||"R2 Come Home"||Giancarlo Volpe||Eoghan Mahony||April 24, 2010||2.18||2.76|
|Anakin Skywalker and Mace Windu are trapped in the crumbling ruins of a crashed ship while searching for survivors, and only R2-D2 can get out a message to save them—if he can elude vicious gundarks and, worse yet, a crew of determined bounty hunters led by Boba Fett and Aurra Sing.|
|44||22||"Lethal Trackdown"||Dave Filoni||Dave Filoni & Drew Z. Greenberg||April 30, 2010||2.20||2.76|
|While Anakin and Mace Windu recover from their injuries, Plo Koon and Ahsoka track down Boba Fett from the underworld of Coruscant to the desert planet of Florrum. Boba's revenge scheme finally leads to a climactic battle, and the life of a Republic admiral hangs in the balance.|
Season 3: Secrets Revealed (2010–11)
The season three premiere, consisting of "Clone Cadets" and "ARC Troopers," was broadcast on September 17, 2010, attracting 2.42 million viewers. These episodes, and certain others in this season, cover events from previous seasons. Episodes 21 and 22 were released in the UK before airing in the US. The season finale, consisting of "Padawan Lost" and "Wookiee Hunt", was broadcast on April 1, 2011, attracting 2.31 million viewers.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|45||1||"Clone Cadets"||Dave Filoni||Cameron Litvack||September 17, 2010||3.01||2.42|
|On Kamino, before the events of "Rookies" (Season 1 Episode 5), five clone cadets of Domino Squad are at risk of washing out unless they pull their team together while trainers Bric, El-Les, and Jedi Master Shaak Ti debate their fate.|
|46||2||"ARC Troopers"||Kyle Dunlevy||Cameron Litvack||September 17, 2010||3.02||2.42|
|General Grievous and Ventress's Separatists forces launch a major attack on the Republic cloning facilities on Kamino with Anakin, Obi-Wan, Jedi Master Shaak Ti, and the 501st defending it.|
|47||3||"Supply Lines"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Steven Melching & Eoghan Mahony||September 24, 2010||2.24||1.69|
|With Ryloth under siege, a trapped Jedi Master Ima-Gun Di and his clone forces rally the local forces of Cham Syndulla. Elsewhere, the Jedi council sends Bail Organa and Jar Jar Binks to go to Toydaria, to ask King Katuunko for aid to Ryloth.|
|48||4||"Sphere of Influence"||Kyle Dunlevy||Katie Lucas & Steven Melching||October 1, 2010||2.25||1.88|
|Chairman Papanoida's family is kidnapped and held for ransom. Ahsoka must team up with the Senator from Pantora, Riyo Chuchi, to aid the new chairman in recovering his family before the Trade Federation can unduly influence the future of his planet.|
|49||5||"Corruption"||Giancarlo Volpe||Cameron Litvack||October 8, 2010||3.04||1.78|
|Padmé, on a diplomatic mission to Mandalore, guarantees the pacifist planet the Republic's full protection, but she and Duchess Satine soon find something sinister lurking beneath the planet's serene facade. Moogan smugglers have been sneaking in supplies, including bottled tea destined for the Mandalorian schools. To increase their profits, they have been diluting the tea with a hazardous chemical.|
|50||6||"The Academy"||Giancarlo Volpe||Katie Lucas & Steven Melching||October 15, 2010||2.26||1.79|
|Ahsoka is assigned as a teacher at the cadet academy on Mandalore while covertly investigating the corruption inside Satine's administration. Soon after she arrives, Satine's zealous nephew Korkie and his classmates uncover a nefarious plot.|
|51||7||"Assassin"||Kyle Dunlevy||Katie Lucas||October 22, 2010||2.21||1.85|
|Having volunteered to protect Senator Padmé Amidala during a political mission to Alderaan, Padawan Ahsoka Tano is plagued by recurring visions of the presumed dead bounty hunter Aurra Sing assassinating the senator.|
|52||8||"Evil Plans"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Steve Mitchell & Craig Van Sickle||November 5, 2010||3.03||1.84|
|While on an important shopping trip on Coruscant, C-3PO and R2-D2 are kidnapped by the sinister bounty hunter Cad Bane in the dastardly plot to free Ziro the Hutt.|
|53||9||"Hunt for Ziro"||Steward Lee||Steve Mitchell & Craig Van Sickle||November 12, 2010||3.05||1.76|
|Due to his possessing of incriminating information, Ziro the Hutt is placed under the custody of the Hutt Council. When Cad Bane is sent to hunt down Ziro, he learns that Jedi Masters Obi-Wan and Quinlan Vos are searching for Ziro too.|
|54||10||"Heroes on Both Sides"||Kyle Dunlevy||Daniel Arkin||November 19, 2010||3.06||1.75|
|When the Senate begins debate on a bill that would eliminate government oversight of the Banking Clan's activities, Padmé and Ahsoka travel in secret to the capital of the Confederacy of Independent Systems, in an attempt to forge a peace agreement with the Separatists. However, after both the Republic and Separatists agree to have a peace conference, Dooku orders General Grievous to dispatch a group of droids to launch a terrorist attack on Coruscant, resulting in a failure of peace.|
|55||11||"Pursuit of Peace"||Duwayne Dunham||Daniel Arkin||December 3, 2010||3.07||1.61|
|Senators Padmé Amidala, Bail Organa and Onaconda Farr push against a new bill in the Senate to buy new clones for the Republic. But someone does not like their opposition and tries to dissuade them.|
|56||12||"Nightsisters"||Giancarlo Volpe||Katie Lucas||January 7, 2011||3.08||1.86|
|Darth Sidious, troubled by Ventress' growing progress with the dark side of the Force, commands Count Dooku to eliminate her. When Ventress survives Dooku's assassination attempt, the jilted former apprentice vows to take revenge, enlisting her kinswomen—the Nightsisters of Dathomir—in her scheme.|
|57||13||"Monster"||Kyle Dunlevy||Katie Lucas||January 14, 2011||3.10||N/A|
|With the results of Ventress's attack on Dooku as a failure, Mother Talzin gives Dooku a new apprentice named Savage Opress, who is the clan brother of Darth Maul and secretly controlled by the Nightsisters.|
|58||14||"Witches of the Mist"||Giancarlo Volpe||Katie Lucas||January 21, 2011||3.12||2.21|
|With Savage Opress connected to the Force he is sent out by Dooku to capture King Katuunko, where he meets Obi-Wan and Anakin, sent by the Jedi to search for Savage Opress as he murdered two Jedi. Opress escapes and is punished by Dooku for killing Katuunko rather than capturing him. Meanwhile, Talzin tells Ventress to attack Dooku after these events. But the attack fails when Opress goes in rage after being confused between his loyalties to Dooku and Ventress and also when Obi-Wan and Anakin interfere. All remain unharmed. Savage returns to Mother Talzin, believing Ventress betrayed him, and is sent by Talzin to look for his long lost brother: Darth Maul.|
|59||15||"Overlords"||Steward Lee||Christian Taylor||January 28, 2011||3.09||1.74|
|Obi-Wan, Anakin and Ahsoka become stranded on a mysterious planet where the Force is very strong. Three powerful entities called the Father, Son and Daughter live there. The Father tries to convince Anakin to stay and remain as Anakin will be the only one able to control the Son and Daughter since he is the Chosen One.|
|60||16||"Altar of Mortis"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Christian Taylor||February 4, 2011||3.11||2.29|
|Before the Jedi can leave Mortis, the Son takes Ahsoka captive in an attempt to entice Anakin into joining him to use their combined strength to overpower his Father and Sister. To this end, the Son casts Ahsoka under the spell of the dark side and she battles Anakin, when he comes to rescue her, and later battles with Obi-Wan. After a battle between the Son and the Daughter stopped by the Father, Ahsoka steals the dagger that controls the Son. The Son is about to kill the Father, but the Daughter sacrifices herself to save the Father and returns Ahsoka to normal as well by the Daughter transferring her life to Ahsoka.|
|61||17||"Ghosts of Mortis"||Steward Lee||Christian Taylor||February 11, 2011||3.13||2.24|
|The Jedi remain stranded on Mortis, and the Son aligned with the Dark Side of the Force renews his efforts to convert Anakin as the Jedi prepare for a decisive confrontation. To turn Anakin to the Dark Side, the Son shows Anakin future images of himself causing so much pain and death as the Sith Lord Darth Vader. This works, and Anakin joins the Son out of fear that what he saw would actually happen. Ahsoka disables the ship upon hearing that Anakin joined the Son, and leaves to help Obi-Wan find the Father. The Father later confronts Anakin and erases his memory of the terrible vision the Son had shown him. When the Son tries to kill the Father, the Father steals the sword and uses it to kill himself, taking away his Son's power, allowing Anakin to kill the Son and restore the balance.|
|62||18||"The Citadel"||Kyle Dunlevy||Matt Michnovetz||February 18, 2011||3.14||1.84|
|An elite team of Jedi attempts to free Master Even Piell, who is in possession of hyperdrive coordinates that could harm both Separatists and Jedi alike, from an impenetrable prison, encountering reprogrammed battle droids, carbonite chambers and a younger Captain Tarkin along the way (before he joined the Galactic Empire). It is revealed that Piell and Tarkin each have memorized half of the coordinates.|
|63||19||"Counter Attack"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Matt Michnovetz||March 4, 2011||3.15||1.87|
|With freed prisoners in their possession and brutal warden Osi Sobeck attempting desperately to thwart them, Obi-Wan and Anakin search for a way out of the Citadel and back to Coruscant. The prison, however, has more traps, perils and pitfalls in store for them than they had imagined and they must work past their differences if they are to escape. ARC trooper Echo is seemingly killed in battle.|
|64||20||"Citadel Rescue"||Steward Lee||Matt Michnovetz||March 11, 2011||3.17||1.55|
|While finding their way out of the Citadel prison which is under the command of the Separatist Osi Sobeck, the elite team's ship was destroyed, forcing them to wait for the rescue by Republic fleet. Along the way to rendezvous point they encounter waves of droid squads, which they have to fight in order to evacuate freed prisoners and save the information they hold. The Jedi attempt to escape, but are cornered by a pack of anoobas who kill Even Piell. But before he dies, he gives his half of the information to Ahsoka, telling her not to reveal it to anyone but the Jedi Council. But as the Jedi are about to escape, they are cornered by Sobeck who tries to kill Tarkin, but is stabbed and killed by Ahsoka. Plo Koon then arrives and rescues the Jedi, taking them back to Coruscant.|
|65||21||"Padawan Lost"||Dave Filoni||Bonnie Mark||April 1, 2011||3.16||2.31|
|Ahsoka gets captured by Trandoshans during a battle on the planet Felucia. They drop her off on a planet where they intend to hunt her and others for sport. Ahsoka encounters three Jedi younglings named Kalifa, Jinx and O-mer, who she teams up with to survive. The next day they set out to escape the Trandoshans but are found and hunted. The lead Trandoshan's son is accidentally killed, and in revenge his father shoots and kills Kalifa. Ahsoka promises to take care of the other two younglings as Kalifa dies.|
|66||22||"Wookiee Hunt"||Dave Filoni||Bonnie Mark||April 1, 2011||3.18||2.31|
|As Ahsoka and her allies struggle to evade the Trandoshan hunters, their efforts receive an unexpected boost when a new captive arrives: Chewbacca the Wookiee. Together, the younglings, Ahsoka and Chewie attack the Trandoshan fortress, and with the help of other Wookiee warriors, are able to kill a large number of Trandoshans. Ahsoka herself kills the Trandoshan leader Garnac with a powerful Force push.|
Season 4: Battle Lines (2011–12)
The season four premiere, consisting of "Water War" and "Gungan Attack", was broadcast on September 16, 2011, and attracted 1.93 million viewers, the lowest premiere viewing of all seasons. The season finale, "Revenge" was broadcast on March 16, 2012, attracting 2.03 million viewers.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|67||1||"Water War"||Duwayne Dunham||Jose Molina||September 16, 2011||3.22||1.93|
|Anakin, Padmé, Kit Fisto and Ahsoka find themselves on the planet of Mon Cala helping to keep the peace in a near civil war. But the Separatists have another plan. Will the Jedi and the inhabitants of Mon Calamari join forces and push back the invaders, or will another planet fall in the hands of the Separatists? An underwater battle takes place for the Republic to save the planet from falling.|
|68||2||"Gungan Attack"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Jose Molina||September 16, 2011||3.23||1.93|
|After the Separatists defeat most of the Republic forces on Mon Calamari, the Jedi Council are forced to call in the help of Jar Jar Binks and the Grand Gungan Army to the Jedi and the remaining Republic forces. However, in the aftermath of the battle, the remaining Republic forces are captured, leaving Ahsoka and Prince Lee-Char to devise a new strategy.|
|69||3||"Prisoners"||Danny Keller||Jose Molina||September 23, 2011||3.24||1.61|
|After Anakin, Padmé, Kit Fisto and Jar Jar Binks are all captured by Riff Tamson, Ahsoka and Prince Lee Char must find a way to free their friends from the grip of the Separatists. Endeavoring to liberate his planet from the sinister Tamson, Lee Char must now convince the Quarren to rejoin his cause.|
|70||4||"Shadow Warrior"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Daniel Arkin||September 30, 2011||3.19||1.56|
|Anakin, Padmé and Jar Jar uncover a plot by the Gungan "shaman" Rish Loo to trick the Gungans into aiding the Separatists in an assault on Naboo. However, as the charade unravels, can Jar Jar convince the Gungan army that they've been deceived? However, shortly after General Grievous arrives, demanding to know why the attack was cancelled. Jar Jar manages to lure Grievous into a trap in which he is captured, but Dooku manages to capture Anakin, who is chasing after Rish Loo. Now Dooku demands the freedom of Grievous in exchange for Skywalker.|
|71||5||"Mercy Mission"||Danny Keller||Bonnie Mark||October 7, 2011||3.20||1.35|
|Plo Koon's clone legion "The Wolfpack", R2-D2 and C-3PO are sent to repair power & communication systems on the planet of Aleen after a series of devastating earthquakes; but the droids discover a severe ecological imbalance between the planet's subterranean ecology and surface biospheres.|
|72||6||"Nomad Droids"||Steward Lee||Steve Mitchell & Craig Van Sickle||October 14, 2011||3.21||1.67|
|On their return voyage to Coruscant, their Republic cruiser is attacked by General Grievous. R2-D2 and C-3PO find themselves in a Y-wing and on a series of four mini-adventures, whilst trying to get back to the safety of Coruscant, the last of which is being trapped on General Grievous' ship with captured Jedi Master Adi Gallia, until Jedi Master Plo Koon and his clone legion the Wolfpack rescues them.|
|73||7||"Darkness on Umbara"||Steward Lee||Matt Michnovetz||October 28, 2011||3.25||1.78|
|When Anakin is forced to temporarily turn over command of his clone troopers (the 501st Legion) to a new commander, Jedi Pong Krell, tensions begin to run high as the clones are assigned with a very deadly mission to take the capital of Umbara.|
|74||8||"The General"||Walter Murch||Matt Michnovetz||November 4, 2011||3.26||1.56|
|General Krell orders Captain Rex and the clone troopers of the 501st Legion to conquer a heavily fortified Umbaran airbase, and will not accept anything less than victory. It is an almost certain suicide mission, unless the clones can use their ingenuity to defeat their new enemy.|
|75||9||"Plan of Dissent"||Kyle Dunlevy||Matt Michnovetz||November 11, 2011||4.01||1.80|
|After the Republic conquers an Umbaran airbase, General Krell orders Rex and his men on towards the heavily fortified capital. Realizing there is a better plan, clone troopers Fives, Jesse and Hardcase disobey orders to carry out a rogue, covert operation.|
|76||10||"Carnage of Krell"||Kyle Dunlevy||Matt Michnovetz||November 18, 2011||4.02||1.62|
|With two of his men (Fives and Jesse) facing execution for disobeying orders, Captain Rex is forced to confront his overly aggressive commander, General Krell, in the conclusion to the action-packed battle for Umbara. Risking charges of mutiny, Rex must make a dark choice as the true face of the enemy emerges.|
|77||11||"Kidnapped"||Kyle Dunlevy||Henry Gilroy||November 25, 2011||4.03||1.57|
Zygerrian slavers are behind the sudden disappearance of an entire colony of people on the planet Kiros. As Anakin and Ahsoka rush to defuse a series of bombs planted by the slavers, Obi-Wan must fight with their imposing leader, who then runs off leading Anakin and Ahsoka to raid and take over his ship.
Note: This episode and the following two are based on a six-part Star Wars Legends comic, Slaves of the Republic, originally published by Dark Horse between September 2008 and May 2009.
|78||12||"Slaves of the Republic"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Henry Gilroy||December 2, 2011||4.04||1.37|
|Anakin, Obi-Wan, Rex, and Ahsoka go undercover to infiltrate the slavers on Zygerria to find the missing Colonists. Obi-Wan, Rex, and Anakin pretend to be slavers, and Ahsoka as the slave (impersonating an heiress). Later on, Obi-Wan is captured for trying to help a colonist escape, and Anakin and Ahsoka are also captured by the Zygerrian Queen. Anakin struggles with his emotions as a wily Zygerrian queen forces him to take questionable actions in order to carry out his mission.|
|79||13||"Escape from Kadavo"||Danny Keller||Henry Gilroy||January 6, 2012||4.05||1.39|
|Anakin tries to convince the Zygerrian Queen that she, too, is a slave and pawn in an evil Separatist plot. Meanwhile, Obi-Wan and Rex are captured and taken to the Planet of Kadavo to toil in the slave camps.|
|80||14||"A Friend in Need"||Dave Filoni||Christian Taylor||January 13, 2012||4.06||1.51|
|A peace conference between Separatists and Republic delegates is interrupted by Lux Bonteri, the son of the late Separatist Senator, Mina Bonteri ("Heroes on Both Sides"). Soon after, he involves Ahsoka in his dangerous search to find justice for his mother's death—which subsequently leads to Ahsoka crossing paths with Pre Vizsla and the Death Watch.|
|81||15||"Deception"||Kyle Dunlevy||Brent Friedman||January 20, 2012||4.07||2.12|
|Obi-Wan fakes his own death and goes undercover (as Rako Hardeen) in a Republic prison, in order to gather information on a plot to kidnap Chancellor Palpatine from a convict named Moralo Eval. While there, he learns that another prisoner, notorious bounty hunter Cad Bane, is also involved. Meanwhile, Anakin seeks vengeance for the death of his former master.|
|82||16||"Friends and Enemies"||Bosco Ng||Brent Friedman||January 27, 2012||4.08||1.62|
|Having escaped from prison, Obi-Wan, Cad Bane and Moralo Eval flee across the galaxy, pursued by Anakin and Ahsoka. Obi-Wan must devise a way to warn his fellow Jedi to halt their chase without blowing his cover.|
|83||17||"The Box"||Brian Kalin O'Connel||Brent Friedman||February 3, 2012||4.09||1.80|
|Count Dooku invites some of the best bounty hunters in the galaxy, including Cad Bane and a still-disguised Obi-Wan, to compete in an obstacle course designed by Moralo Eval known as "The Box", with involvement in the plot to kidnap Chancellor Palpatine as the reward for survival. After facing many challenges in The Box, Obi-Wan survives, along with Cad Bane and three other bounty hunters. Cad Bane is appointed by Dooku to lead the kidnap operation against Palpatine on Naboo.|
|84||18||"Crisis on Naboo"||Danny Keller||Brent Friedman||February 10, 2012||4.10||1.86|
|Supreme Chancellor Palpatine goes to Naboo, guarded by Jedi Knights. Meanwhile, Cad Bane, a still-disguised Obi-Wan and a pack of bounty hunters put their plan into action, but it fails when Obi-Wan alerts the Jedi and Dooku doesn't rendezvous with them to collect his quarry. With the bounty hunters now in Republic custody, Obi-Wan wants to change back to his original self. However, what Obi-Wan doesn't realize was that Dooku was eavesdropping via a hidden recorder when he alerted Mace Windu and Anakin Skywalker, indicating that a deeper conspiracy is still at hand. Will Anakin be able to stop Dooku's plan before it is too late?|
|85||19||"Massacre"||Steward Lee||Katie Lucas||February 24, 2012||4.11||1.46|
|After failing to kill Dooku or control Savage Opress, Asajj Ventress is advised by Mother Talzin to reject the ways of the Sith and rejoin the Nightsisters. Upon discovering Ventress' location, Dooku commands General Grievous to launch an assault in a bid to eliminate Ventress and the entire Nightsister clan. As Ventress and Grievous square off, Talzin uses a voodoo doll against Dooku whilst her relative Daka—the eldest of the sister's clan—awakens an army of undead Nightsisters to hold off the droid forces. Ventress defeats Grievous and escapes while the rest of the Nightsisters are massacred, whereas Talzin escapes when her attempt of finishing off Dooku is ultimately foiled. The episode closes with Talzin's 'spirit' bidding farewell and good luck to Ventress, who is now left to grieve for her sisters and lament her lost future.|
|86||20||"Bounty"||Kyle Dunlevy||Katie Lucas||March 2, 2012||4.12||2.07|
|An aimless Asajj Ventress joins a team of bounty hunters under the leadership of a pre-teen Boba Fett. On an alien world, they undertake a precarious, profitable, subterranean delivery mission that tests the limits of their skills, and the strength of Asajj's character. Realizing that familial love is a ubiquitous virtue throughout the galaxies and that her powers are needed by many, Ventress finds a sense of closure and hope for her future after all.|
|87||21||"Brothers"||Bosco Ng||Katie Lucas||March 9, 2012||4.13||1.99|
With a magical amulet from Mother Talzin, Savage Opress lands on a junk planet in the Outer Rim and searches for his lost brother. With the help of the snake-like Morley, Savage finds his brother, the former Sith lord Darth Maul, who has been driven to insanity from his bisection and near-death experience on Naboo over ten years earlier.
Note: This episode's title card is red instead of yellow.
|88||22||"Revenge"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Katie Lucas||March 16, 2012||4.14||2.03|
Fueled by hatred, Maul and Opress set out to take revenge on the Jedi who had sliced him in half. Maul sends a message to Obi-Wan Kenobi to confront him alone by murdering the inhabitants of a village on a distant planet. Upon arrival, Kenobi is attacked by both Maul and Opress, who leave the planet with Kenobi as their prisoner. Obi-Wan receives aid from an unlikely ally, Asajj Ventress, now a bounty hunter after the one million credit bounty on Opress. Outmatched, Obi-Wan and Ventress flee Maul and Savage in the ship's cockpit, leaving the two Dathomirian brothers to patiently stage their next move—with Maul vowing to exact his revenge on Obi-Wan.
Note: This episode's title card is red instead of yellow.
Season 5 (2012–13)
The season five premiere, "Revival", was broadcast on September 29, 2012, and attracted 1.94 million viewers. Season five consisted of 20 episodes instead of the normal 22 episode count. The season five finale, "The Wrong Jedi", was broadcast on March 2, 2013, and attracted 2.18 million viewers. Unlike the first four seasons, the episodes of the fifth season were released to DVD and Blu-ray in chronological order as opposed to broadcast order.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|89||1||"Revival"||Steward Lee||Chris Collins||September 29, 2012||4.26||1.94|
|Darth Maul and Savage Opress steal a fortune of republic credits, and bribe a squad of pirates to take down a pirate stronghold run by Hondo. Obi-Wan and Jedi Master Adi Gallia intervene, but Savage kills Adi. Hondo ambushes the pirates and wins their loyalty back, while Obi-Wan fights Savage and Maul and cuts off Savage's left arm. The brothers flee to their ship under fire from Hondo and the pirates, but are forced to board an escape pod as the ship is damaged. Obi-Wan returns to Coruscant, where the Chancellor informs him that the brothers are of no importance compared to the Separatists, and no further action should be taken against them.|
|90||2||"A War on Two Fronts"||Dave Filoni||Chris Collins||October 6, 2012||4.15||1.71|
|On the Separatist world of Onderon, a group of rebels call for the assistance of the Jedi. Ahsoka, Anakin, Rex, and Obi-Wan go to train the rebels to fight, and see that former Separatist and Ahsoka Tano love interest Lux Bonteri is among them, as Onderon is his homeworld.|
|91||3||"Front Runners"||Steward Lee||Chris Collins||October 13, 2012||4.16||1.75|
|Ahsoka Tano, now leading the rebels on Onderon, but forbidden to fight, puts their training to use by having them hi-jack an AAT and blow up the main power station for the capital city of Onderon, so that the rebels can wreak havoc.|
|92||4||"The Soft War"||Kyle Dunlevy||Chris Collins||October 20, 2012||4.17||1.57|
|Sanjay Rash, Onderon's puppet king, accuses Ramsis Dendup, the deposed king, of inciting the rebellion against his rule and orders his execution. After an ill-concocted solo effort by Saw Gerrera to rescue Dendup, Steela, Lux Bonteri, and Ahsoka, with no help from the Republic, devise a plan to retrieve the King from the Palace. The plan fails, but as Dendup is about to be executed, the rebels are saved by General Tandin and the Onderonian militia, whom Saw has managed to sway to their side. Now knowing the Jedi's involvement, Dooku grows impatient with his underlings.|
|93||5||"Tipping Points"||Bosco Ng||Chris Collins||October 27, 2012||4.18||1.42|
|The rebels on Onderon struggle to reclaim their home planet. After the Republic and the Jedi High Council refuse to give Ahsoka Tano and the rebels assistance, Anakin Skywalker persuades Hondo Ohnaka to supply illegal rocket launchers to the rebels to combat the Separatist's new gunships. The rebels succeed in taking back Onderon, but Steela is killed in a fall during the battle. With Onderon lost to him, Dooku executes Sanjay Rash and has his forces depart the planet.|
|94||6||"The Gathering"||Kyle Dunlevy||Christian Taylor||November 3, 2012||4.22||1.66|
|Ahsoka and Yoda take a group of younglings to a cave on Ilum to perform a Jedi rite of passage called "The Gathering", where they will each have to face an internal fear or flaw in order to retrieve a Kyber crystal so they can begin building their own lightsabers.|
|95||7||"A Test of Strength"||Bosco Ng||Christian Taylor||November 10, 2012||4.23||1.74|
|While returning to Coruscant with their lightsaber crystals, the younglings are attacked by Hondo, who wants to steal their crystals and sell them. Ahsoka must defend the younglings from the pirates.|
|96||8||"Bound for Rescue"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Christian Taylor||November 17, 2012||4.24||1.96|
|With Ahsoka captured by Hondo, the younglings go to Florrum to rescue her, against the wishes of Obi-Wan Kenobi. However, before Obi-Wan can help the younglings, he is attacked by General Grievous and defeated, but nearly kills the droid general by setting the self-destruct on the Negotiator, allowing his escape. The younglings succeed in infiltrating Hondo's lair, but end up as prisoners themselves.|
|97||9||"A Necessary Bond"||Danny Keller||Christian Taylor||November 24, 2012||4.25||1.39|
|To revenge himself on Hondo for his past capture, Count Dooku has General Grievous attack the pirates' lair on Florrum, so Ahsoka and Hondo must join forces in order to survive this encounter.|
|98||10||"Secret Weapons"||Danny Keller||Brent Friedman||December 1, 2012||5.04||1.46|
R2-D2 is part of a team of Republic droids chosen for an important mission led by the diminutive Colonel Meebur Gascon to obtain an encryption module from a Separatist dreadnought. The droids must overcome numerous challenging obstacles to succeed in this crucial assignment.
Note: This episode's title card is light blue instead of yellow.
|99||11||"A Sunny Day in the Void"||Kyle Dunlevy||Brent Friedman||December 8, 2012||5.05||1.43|
After their ship crashes on a desolate planet, D-Squad and Colonel Gascon must find a way off to get back to Coruscant, or be stranded forever.
Note: This episode's title card is light blue instead of yellow.
|100||12||"Missing in Action"||Steward Lee||Brent Friedman||January 5, 2013||5.06||1.74|
Colonel Gascon and D-Squad discover that Abafar, the planet they are trapped on, is Separatist-controlled, but they also discover a Republic Clone Commando named Gregor, who has been stranded on the planet as well. They must work together to get off the planet safely.
Note: This episode's title card is light blue instead of yellow.
|101||13||"Point of No Return"||Bosco Ng||Brent Friedman||January 12, 2013||5.07||1.47|
After believing themselves safe, Colonel Gascon and D-Squad discover that they are prisoners of the Separatists in a captured Republic cruiser, finding themselves enmeshed in thwarting a plot to destroy a Republic space station holding a strategic conference.
Note: This episode's title card is light blue instead of yellow.
|102||14||"Eminence"||Kyle Dunlevy||Chris Collins||January 19, 2013||5.01||1.85|
|Darth Maul and Savage Opress form an alliance with the Mandalorian terrorist group Death Watch and several crime syndicates, including the Black Sun, the Pyke Syndicate, and the Hutt Cartel, in order to take over Mandalore and defeat Obi-Wan Kenobi.|
|103||15||"Shades of Reason"||Bosco Ng||Chris Collins||January 26, 2013||5.02||1.83|
|Maul's alliance helps the Death Watch and their leader, Pre Vizsla, conquer Mandalore and imprison Duchess Satine, but Vizsla's ambitions surface and he betrays Maul, who later challenges him to a duel. After killing Vizsla, Maul assumes control over a majority of the Death Watch.|
|104||16||"The Lawless"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Chris Collins||February 2, 2013||5.03||1.86|
Maul proceeds to lure Obi-Wan Kenobi to Mandalore with news of Satine's capture. Obi-Wan infiltrates Mandalore, but ends up captured himself. Maul murders Satine, but Obi-Wan is rescued by Bo-Katan (who is revealed to be Satine's sister) and her Death Watch faction, who trigger a civil war against Maul. Meanwhile, the takeover captures the attention of Darth Sidious, Maul's former master, who travels to Mandalore to take care of the rogue Sith brothers. In the Mandalorian Throne room, Sidious kills Opress and takes Maul prisoner, hinting that he has something sinister for him in mind.
Note: This episode is dedicated to Ian Abercrombie.
|105||17||"Sabotage"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Charles Murray||February 9, 2013||5.08||2.02|
|After Ahsoka manages to rescue Anakin from certain peril on Cato Neimoidia, the two are called back to Coruscant from the front lines to investigate a terrorist bombing at the Jedi Temple.|
|106||18||"The Jedi Who Knew Too Much"||Danny Keller||Charles Murray||February 16, 2013||5.09||1.64|
|Ahsoka Tano is blamed for the murder of Letta Turmond, the key suspect in the bombing, and is detained by Admiral Tarkin. Despite Anakin's best efforts to exonerate her, she is forced to escape the military prison where she is interred and flee into the Coruscant underworld to find the actual perpetrator and prove her innocence.|
|107||19||"To Catch a Jedi"||Kyle Dunlevy||Charles Murray||February 23, 2013||5.10||2.06|
|While on the run in the underworld of Coruscant, pursued by Republic authorities, Ahsoka makes a deal with Asajj Ventress to find out who the actual murderer of Letta Turmond really is, leading the two to come to terms with each other in spite of their antagonistic pasts. However, will the real perpetrator's machinations cast such an alliance into doubt?|
|108||20||"The Wrong Jedi"||Dave Filoni||Charles Murray||March 2, 2013||5.11||2.18|
|Prosecution begins for Ahsoka in the High Courts after the Jedi Council expels her from the Jedi Order. As Padmé fights to prove Ahsoka's innocence, Anakin finds the information to relieve Ahsoka of her charges and reveal the true culprit of the crimes to be Barriss Offee. However, though cleared of all charges, Ahsoka is disillusioned by the turn of events and leaves the Jedi Order.|
Season 6: The Lost Missions (2014)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date [n 1]||Prod.|
|109||1||"The Unknown"||Bosco Ng||Katie Lucas||March 7, 2014||5.12|
|Clone Trooper Tup is suffering from a severe neurological disorder that causes the death of a Jedi Master. Trying to find the motives for the murder, the Republic escorts Tup back to Kamino for examination, but then they are attacked by the Separatists, who capture him. Anakin, Captain Rex and ARC Trooper Fives rescue Tup and take him to Kamino safely.|
|110||2||"Conspiracy"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Katie Lucas||March 7, 2014||5.13|
|Tup is undergoing a medical examination in the sterile laboratories of Kamino to find the motives for his shocking attack on the Jedi Master. For the examination to succeed, Fives must enter the depth of Tup's mind, where he finds a secret code manipulation in the cloning program of the Republic.|
|111||3||"Fugitive"||Danny Keller||Katie Lucas||March 7, 2014||5.14|
|Tup is transported back to Coruscant, where his body is to be examined by the Chancellor's personal physician. Fives is also investigating the matter and discovers that a modified code has been hidden in the minds of all the clones.|
|112||4||"Orders"||Kyle Dunlevy||Katie Lucas||March 7, 2014||5.15|
|In an effort to find more answers about Tup's actions, Fives attempts to speak with Chancellor Palpatine personally, only to find himself on the run. While unsuccessfully explaining what he learned to Anakin Skywalker and Rex, Fives is shot and killed by Commander Fox.|
|113||5||"An Old Friend"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Christian Taylor||March 7, 2014||4.19|
|While on a mercy mission to the planet Scipio, Padmé Amidala's old flame Rush Clovis gets in touch with her asking for help. Having made a stand against the corruption on his planet, Clovis has now become the target of the bounty hunter Embo. Together with Padmé, he is now trying to leave his planet and get help.|
|114||6||"The Rise of Clovis"||Danny Keller||Christian Taylor||March 7, 2014||4.20|
|Back on Coruscant, Clovis strikes a dubious deal to become the leader of the banking clan, which is deeply mired in corruption. Anakin doesn't trust Clovis, causing tensions in his relationship to Padmé.|
|115||7||"Crisis at the Heart"||Steward Lee||Christian Taylor||March 7, 2014||4.21|
|Clovis' deal with the Separatists backfires and consequently instigates war to Scipio, thus provoking the Republic to intervene and ultimately win the battle. In the midst of the chaos, Anakin confronts Clovis just as the duo and Padmé are caught in a blast—with Anakin barely managing to cling onto the other two when they virtually fall to their death. Though he intended to pull both up to safety, Anakin merely saves Padmé when Clovis allows himself to be killed.|
|116||8||"The Disappeared, Part I"||Steward Lee||Jonathan W. Rinzler||March 7, 2014||5.16|
|The peaceful world of Bardotta finds itself threatened by an ancient prophecy. Since now, of all times, its spiritual leaders have vanished, Bardotta's people ask their representative in the senate for help. And Jar Jar Binks indeed manages to convince Jedi Master Mace Windu that this matter is of grave importance.|
|117||9||"The Disappeared, Part II"||Bosco Ng||Jonathan W. Rinzler||March 7, 2014||5.17|
|In order to fulfill a dark prophecy, a mysterious cult kidnaps Julia, queen of the planet Bardotta. Now, Jedi Master Mace Windu and Senate Representative Jar Jar Binks need to give everything in order to stop the cult. If they fail, the cult might unleash a dreadful force.|
|118||10||"The Lost One"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Christian Taylor||March 7, 2014||5.18|
|Jedi Master Sifo-Dyas died under mysterious circumstances years ago. When a secret Jedi mission accidentally finds his crashed ship and lightsaber, Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Master Yoda investigate Sifo-Dyas's death again. To keep them from uncovering the Sith conspiracy, Darth Sidious orders Dooku to erase all traces that links up to the murder investigation. This is successful and Dooku escapes shortly after Obi-Wan and Anakin learn that he was the one who killed Sifo-Dyas under his Sith alias "Darth Tyranus".|
|119||11||"Voices"||Danny Keller||Christian Taylor||March 7, 2014||5.19|
|Yoda is deeply unsettled when he hears the voice of his deceased friend Qui-Gon Jinn in his head, because he knows that not even a Jedi can speak to the living from beyond the grave. The Jedi Council is concerned about Yoda’s behavior and wants to examine him further. But with the help of Anakin, Yoda escapes from the hospital and he sets out to find the origin of the voice by himself.|
|120||12||"Destiny"||Kyle Dunlevy||Christian Taylor||March 7, 2014||5.20|
|Guided by the Force, Yoda travels to the heart of the galaxy. There, on the planet where he finds the origin of the Force, he must face difficult trials. Only upon passing them will the Sages deem him worthy of learning the deepest mysteries of the Force.|
|121||13||"Sacrifice"||Steward Lee||Christian Taylor||March 7, 2014||5.21|
|On Moraband (Korriban), the homeworld of the Sith, the time has come for Yoda to pass his final test. Only then will he learn the best-kept secret of his order, but first he encounters a vision that heavily foreshadows what is to come—which involves Yoda facing the spirit of Darth Bane. During this time, Darth Sidious summons Count Dooku to his hideout whereupon the duo plan to break Yoda—which stages an inevitable confrontation in the realm of the mind, between the Sith Lords and Yoda alongside Skywalker and his squad. Yoda realizes that—no matter who wins the Clone Wars or what the future holds—there will one day be a new hope.|
- The first eleven episodes of the sixth season aired on Super RTL in Germany ahead of their original Netflix release. Episodes 1-4 aired on February 15, 2014, episodes 5-7 aired on February 22, 2014, and episodes 8-11 aired on March 1, 2014. The last two episodes of the season aired on Super RTL in Germany on March 8, 2014, a day after the Netflix release.
Season 7: The Final Season (2020)
On July 19, 2018, Lucasfilm announced at San Diego Comic-Con that The Clone Wars would return with 12 new episodes to be released on Disney+ during the service's first year. The seventh and final season premiered on February 21, 2020.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date||Prod.|
|122||1||"The Bad Batch"||Kyle Dunlevy||Matt Michnovetz & Brent Friedman||February 21, 2020[c]||6.09|
|As Jedi generals Anakin Skywalker and Mace Windu lead the campaign on Anaxes to defend the main Republic shipyard from Admiral Trench, they find that the Separatists' droid army had always been one step ahead of them in every engagement so far. Commander Cody, Captain Rex and the "Bad Batch", an unorthodox group of clone commandos with desirable mutations, go behind enemy lines to discover the source of the Separatists' series of victories. Inside the Separatist command center, Rex hears a mysterious signal feeding battle strategies to the droid army, leading him to believe that the lost clone trooper Echo may still be alive.|
|123||2||"A Distant Echo"||Steward Lee||Matt Michnovetz & Dave Filoni & Brent Friedman||February 28, 2020[c]||6.10|
|Anakin, Rex, and the Bad Batch launch a dangerous rescue mission under the assumption that Echo might be alive. Their last infiltration leads them to Skako Minor, where after a brief skirmish with the natives, they trace Echo's signal to Wat Tambor's facility. There they discover Echo alive, used as a living computer by the Techno Union.|
|124||3||"On the Wings of Keeradaks"||Bosco Ng||Matt Michnovetz & Brent Friedman||March 6, 2020[c]||6.11|
|Anakin, Rex, and the Bad Batch escape Wat Tambor's facility with Echo and fight their way past Techno Union droid forces. They retreat to the native village, and with the help of the locals defend Echo from reinforcements sent by Wat Tambor to recapture the Techno Union's "experiment".|
|125||4||"Unfinished Business"||Brian Kalin O'Connell||Matt Michnovetz & Brent Friedman||March 13, 2020[c]||6.12|
|Back on Anaxes, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Mace Windu lead a final stand against the Separatist forces commanded by Admiral Trench. Anakin, Rex, Bad Batch and Echo embark on a mission to strike at the heart of Trench's command ship, all the while questioning the rescued clone's loyalty to the Republic after unwittingly serving the Separatists. Proving his loyalty once more, Echo uses his cybernetic implants to foil the droid forces on Anaxes, but Trench activates a bomb that could destroy most of the planet. Anakin confronts Trench and successfully obtains the deactivation code before executing the admiral. As the Republic emerges victorious, Rex gives Echo permission to join the Bad Batch.|
|126||5||"Gone with a Trace"||Saul Ruiz & Kyle Dunlevy||Dave Filoni & Charles Murray||March 20, 2020||6.05|
|After crashing her speeder in the lower levels of Coruscant, Ahsoka Tano befriends Trace Martez, who offers to help work on her speeder. Some thugs come to ask Trace for some money her sister, Rafa, owes them; Trace and Ahsoka fight them off. Ahsoka then helps work on some of Rafa's droids, which turn out to be violence-prone. By secretly using the Force, Ahsoka helps Trace deactivate them.|
|127||6||"Deal No Deal"||Nathaniel Villanueva & Steward Lee||Dave Filoni & Charles Murray||March 27, 2020||6.06|
|Rafa accepts an assignment to deliver a load of spice from Kessel to the Pyke crime syndicate on Oba Diah, and uses Trace and her self-built ship, the Silver Angel, for the job. When Ahsoka argues with Rafa that the Pykes might not claim just the spice, but the ship as well, Trace jettisons the shipment into hyperspace. Ahsoka tries to deceive the Pykes into thinking that they have been double-crossed by Kessel's king Yaruba, but she, Trace, and Rafa get captured instead.|
|128||7||"Dangerous Debt"||Saul Ruiz & Bosco Ng||Dave Filoni & Charles Murray||April 3, 2020||6.07|
|Ahsoka, Trace, and Rafa attempt to escape their imprisonment by the Pyke Syndicate. The Martez sisters reveal that their parents were accidentally killed by the Jedi as they apprehended Ziro the Hutt. Ahsoka secretly uses the Force to aid their escape, and three Mandalorians catch sight of her. Ahsoka and the Martez sisters end up recaptured by the Pykes.|
|129||8||"Together Again"||Nathaniel Villanueva||Dave Filoni & Charles Murray||April 10, 2020||6.08|
|Ahsoka manages to make a deal with the Pykes which allows the Martez sisters to temporarily leave Oba Diah to retrieve the spice, while she is held hostage. Ahsoka escapes the prison and places explosives all over the facility, where she overhears the Pykes talking to Darth Maul, who is on Mandalore. Meanwhile, the Martez sisters steal spice from the Pykes and bring it back to Oba Diah, where they learn that Ahsoka was a Jedi. They escape by blowing up the facility and are followed back to Coruscant by the three Mandalorians, who were previously part of Death Watch. One of them, Bo-Katan, manages to convince Ahsoka they have a common enemy in Maul, and Ahsoka decides to leave for Mandalore after reconciling with the sisters.|
|130||9||"Old Friends Not Forgotten"||Saul Ruiz||Dave Filoni||April 17, 2020||7.21|
Ahsoka and Bo-Katan contact Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi, asking them for help in apprehending Darth Maul in his new hideout on Mandalore. While Obi-Wan is apprehensive, Anakin and the 501st give Ahsoka a warm welcome until news arrives that General Grievous and the Separatists are attacking Coruscant. Upon Anakin's suggestion, Rex (field-promoted to commander) and part of the 501st accompanies Ahsoka to Mandalore, forcing Maul's loyalists under Gar Saxon into retreat. Bo-Katan apprehends Prime Minister Almec, while Ahsoka follows a trail into the city's tunnel network, only to walk right into Maul's trap.
Note: This episode opens with the classic Lucasfilm logo. The "Star Wars theme" by John Williams is heard and the title card is red instead of yellow. In place of the usual philosophical lesson, the episode title (preceded by "Part I") appears in red.
|131||10||"The Phantom Apprentice"||Nathaniel Villanueva||Dave Filoni||April 24, 2020||7.22|
Ahsoka faces off against Maul, who mentions Darth Sidious before escaping. Ahsoka relays this to Obi-Wan, who says he had inferred from the recently killed Count Dooku that Sidious is the name of the Sith Lord who orchestrated the Clone Wars. The captured Almec mentions that Maul had hoped to lure Anakin to Mandalore, but is assassinated by Saxon before he can reveal why. As Bo-Katan's and Rex's forces lead a final assault against Maul's Mandalorians, Ahsoka confronts Maul again, who reveals that Sidious has engineered the Republic and the Jedi's destruction, and asks Ahsoka to join him so that they could hopefully stop Sidious. When she demands to know his intentions with Anakin, Maul claims that Sidious wants to make him his new apprentice, and that he had hoped to kill Anakin before this happens. Refusing to believe him, Ahsoka fights Maul above the city, where she rescues him from falling to his death. She then leaves Maul to be captured by clone troopers, despite his frantic warnings that everyone will soon die.
Note: This episode opens with the classic Lucasfilm logo. The title card is red instead of yellow. In place of the usual philosophical lesson, the episode title (preceded by "Part II") appears in red. No opening narration is given. The story overlaps with Revenge of the Sith. Through the use of motion capture, Lauren Mary Kim and Ray Park provided Ahsoka and Maul's movements for their duel.[d]
|132||11||"Shattered"||Saul Ruiz||Dave Filoni||May 1, 2020||7.23|
With the Siege of Mandalore over, Ahsoka and Rex prepare to take Maul before the Jedi Council on Coruscant. Mace Windu and Yoda contact Ahsoka via hologram and reveal that Obi-Wan has tracked Grievous down to Utapau, indicating that the war may soon be over. On their way to Coruscant, however, Ahsoka senses Anakin falling to the dark side and helping Darth Sidious to kill Windu, moments before Sidious executes Order 66, which brands all Jedi as traitors to the Republic and orders their deaths. As Ahsoka's clone troopers, including Rex, suddenly turn on her, she is forced to escape, subdue Rex, and release Maul so that he may cause a distraction. With the help of three astromech droids, Ahsoka then discovers and removes the inhibitor chip controlling Rex from his brain, restoring his free will.
Note: This episode opens with the classic Lucasfilm logo. The title card is red instead of yellow. In place of the usual philosophical lesson, the episode title (preceded by "Part III") appears in red. No opening narration is given. The story overlaps with Revenge of the Sith. In addition to the regular cast, the episode features the original voices of Silas Carson as Ki-Adi-Mundi, Ian McDiarmid as Darth Sidious, Hayden Christensen as Anakin Skywalker, and Samuel L. Jackson as Mace Windu via archive recordings.
|133||12||"Victory and Death"||Nathaniel Villanueva||Dave Filoni||May 4, 2020||7.24|
As Ahsoka and Rex try to escape from the cruiser, Maul destroys its hyperdrive, causing the vessel to drop out of hyperspace and into a nearby moon's gravitational field. Forced to fight their way through the clones, Ahsoka tries to prevent Maul from getting away in their shuttle, but fails. Just barely clearing the doomed ship, Ahsoka and Rex escape to the moon, where they respectfully bury the clones and Ahsoka discards one of her lightsabers. Some time later, Darth Vader arrives on the moon and recovers Ahsoka's lightsaber from the wrecked cruiser.
Note: This episode opens with the classic Lucasfilm logo. The title card is red instead of yellow. In place of the usual philosophical lesson, the episode title (preceded by "Part IV") appears in red. No opening narration is given.
While the series is designed to be an anthology of both standalone episodes and small story arcs, various events throughout inform stories, characters, and relationships to create a recognizably continuous narrative. On March 17, 2014, in recognition of the release of the complete series on Netflix, StarWars.com released the official chronological episode order for the first six seasons; this was later updated to include links to the episodes on Disney+. Regarding the seventh and final season, StarWars.com revealed that episodes five through eight are set before the season premiere "The Bad Batch".
The Clone Wars Legacy
At the time of cancellation in March 2013, there were still many episodes in development. Thirteen of these episodes were finished to become part of Season 6: The Lost Missions but there were still additional arcs that were never released. In September 2014, Lucasfilm released details of multiple story arcs from the unfinished episodes. The Bad Batch was eventually completed and aired as the first arc of season 7.
Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir
A four-episode arc continued the story of Darth Maul following the events of the season 5 episode "The Lawless". The four episodes were titled: "The Enemy of My Enemy", "A Tale of Two Apprentices", "Proxy War", and "Showdown on Dathomir" (original production codes: 6.21–6.24). According to Dave Filoni, the four scripts "came out of one of our story conferences with George Lucas". The scripts and designs for the arc were adapted into a four-issue comic book titled Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir, released in August 2014 by the publisher Dark Horse Comics. The comic was the last Star Wars comic published by Dark Horse before Lucasfilm transferred the license to Marvel Comics in 2014 and was collected into a trade paperback by Marvel in 2018.
The plot follows Darth Maul, who has been captured by Darth Sidious. He is tortured by Count Dooku for information about the Shadow Collective and the allies Maul has made. Maul escapes and heads to Zanbar to command the Death Watch army, but is followed by General Grievous and his droids. They battle Maul and the Mandalorians, who are soon overwhelmed by the droids. Maul flees and confers with Mother Talzin, who is revealed to be his biological mother, and plots to draw out Sidious by capturing Dooku and Grievous. The scheme works, and Talzin is able to restore herself to her physical form, but sacrifices herself to save Maul and is killed by Grievous. Although Maul escapes with a company of loyal Mandalorians, the Shadow Collective has fallen apart due to the conflict with Sidious, as the Hutts, Pykes, and Black Sun have all abandoned Maul.
An eight-episode arc with Asajj Ventress and Jedi Quinlan Vos was adapted into a novel by Christie Golden titled Dark Disciple, released on July 7, 2015. The eight episodes were titled: "Lethal Alliance", "The Mission", "Conspirators", "Dark Disciple", "Saving Vos, Part I", "Saving Vos, Part II", "Traitor", and "The Path" (original production codes: 6.13–6.16 and 7.05–7.08). The story follows Vos partnering up with Ventress, hoping to execute Count Dooku. Eric Goldman of IGN gave the book an 8 out of 10, saying it was great.
Crystal Crisis on Utapau
In September 2014, four unfinished episodes were released in completed story reel format, titled: "A Death on Utapau," "In Search of the Crystal," "Crystal Crisis,” and "The Big Bang" (original production codes: 6.01–6.04). The arc takes place on Utapau with Obi-Wan and Anakin investigating an arms deal involving the Separatists and a kyber crystal. The arc also deals with Anakin's feelings after Ahsoka left the Jedi Order. It was included in the season 6 Blu-ray.
The Bad Batch
The story reels for this four-episode arc were screened on April 17, 2015, at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim, and were released on the official Star Wars website on April 29, 2015. Scripted by Brent Friedman, the four episodes were later completed and aired as the first arc of season 7 (with some changes from the original story reels). On July 13, 2020, a spin-off sequel series titled Star Wars: The Bad Batch was announced; it will follow the titular group of clones working as mercenaries in the immediate aftermath of the Clone Wars.
- The sixth season had already premiered in Germany on February 15, 2014 on Super RTL.
- The episode shares the same rough story as Alfred Hitchcock's 1946 film Notorious.
- Screened as a story reel on April 17, 2015, at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim, and released on StarWars.com later that month.
- Park previously portrayed Maul in The Phantom Menace and Solo: A Star Wars Story.
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