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Earlier today at Star Wars Celebration Orlando, fans were treated to the brand-new trailer for season four of Disney XD’s Star Wars Rebels. As some had already been anticipating, the fourth season has been confirmed to be the final season – something that certainly saddens me, but hopefully means that the door will open for something else. As Star Wars Rebels keeps moving toward the events of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, we see the return of Saw Gerrera (Forest Whitaker) and the appearance of Rebel U-Wing Fighters, Imperial Death Troopers (recently glimpsed at the end of season 3) and more, as executive producer Dave Filoni delivered news of the show’s must-see conclusion alongside the voice cast of the entire Ghost crew including Freddie Prinze Jr., Tiya Sircar, Taylor Gray, Vanessa Marshall and Steve Blum. Check out the trailer…

Filoni announced, “‘Star Wars Rebels’ will be the complete journey that it was meant to be from the very beginning. We all felt that the time was right and that the characters were at a point where their story, and their destinies, should finally be revealed. We deeply appreciate all our fans who have journeyed with the Ghost crew, and I promise season four will be like no other.”

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STAR WARS REBELS – Executive Producer Dave Filoni, Steve Blum, Taylor Gray, Tiya Sircar, Freddie Prinze Jr, and Vanessa Marshall from “Star Wars Rebels” attend Star Wars Celebration in Orlando on Saturday, April 15, 2017. (Disney XD/Todd Anderson)

Now in production, the fourth and final season of “Star Wars Rebels” will premiere this fall on Disney XD and conclude the thrilling and inspiring galactic adventures of fan-favorites like Ezra Bridger, Sabine Wren and the entire Ghost crew!

The critically acclaimed series has carried a new era of beloved characters, exploring storylines that span the entire Star Wars offering of movies, television, and diverse media. Season four promises a whole new batch of excitement and revelation as the series draws closer to the events of “Star Wars: A New Hope.” 

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Now, can I just point out how badass it is to see General Hera Syndulla piloting an X-Wing Fighter with Chopper riding in the back? Hasbro needs to get on making that into a toy for the kids to play with.

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