‘The Acolyte’ to Be Release in 2024

During a call this morning Disney CEO Bob Iger shared about the state of Disney, where it has been, and where it is going. During part of this conversation, Iger discussed some of the projects that are in the Star Wars pipeline. In particular, Iger mentioned The Acolyte.

When talking about this new Star Wars series, Iger shared that he had watched a clip of it the night before. He also indicated that he really enjoyed what he saw. He wrapped up this short portion of the call by saying it would be arriving in 2024.

The context of this news was that Iger was sharing about the strategy that is being taken my Disney regarding Star Wars. He shared that Disney had been very happy with the results of the Skywalker Saga movies that had been release and also Rogue One. Solo, however, Disney didn’t feel met it’s goal. This led to a Cha he in their theatrical release strategy.

Iger shared that they were quite happy with their Star Wars series that are led by the The Mandalorian. He shared briefly about all of the different series from the Star Wars universe admitting that there were a lot of them for him to get his mind wrapped around.

The Acolyte Official Description

“The Acolyte” is a mystery-thriller that will take viewers into a galaxy of shadowy secrets and emerging dark-side powers in the final days of the High Republic era. A former Padawan reunites with her Jedi Master to investigate a series of crimes, but the forces they confront are more sinister than they ever anticipated. 

From creator, showrunner and executive producer Leslye Headland (“Russian Doll”), “The Acolyte” has begun production in the U.K. The executive producers are Kathleen Kennedy, Simon Emanuel, Jeff F. King and Jason Micallef. Rayne Roberts and Damian Anderson are producing. Headland will also direct the series pilot.

What do you think of the The Acolyte arriving on Disney+ in 2024? Are you excited about this new Star Wars series? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!

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