"Despite occasional forays onto the small screen, Star Wars has always been a big screen brand first and foremost," says Brandon Katz. "Yet Disney+’s The Mandalorian has indisputably helped to repair some of the damage the franchise suffered as a result of the divisive sequel trilogy (which still earned an envy-inducing amount of money). Next year, Mandalorian will be joined by confirmed upcoming TV series featuring Ewan McGregor’s Obi-Wan Kenobi, Diego Luna’s Cassian Andor, and the animated Bad Batch. There are also a handful of rumored series, such as one for Rosario Dawson’s Ahsoka Tano, that are unconfirmed but possible additions to Disney+’s growing library. At the same time, the coronavirus pandemic has delayed Taika Waititi’s theatrical Star Wars feature until 2023, cementing the small screen as the go-to home for a galaxy far, far away for the immediate future. The unknown is if audiences will become so accustomed to immediate access blockbuster Star Wars TV series that the allure of a theatrical release begins to dull."