Star Wars: Visions, which premiered on Disney+ in 2021, was the first anime adaptation of the Star Wars franchise. The anthology series, which was produced by seven of Japan’s top anime studios, lasted nine episodes and told stories set at various points in the Star Wars history. Despite the fact that it was a new entry in the franchise, Visions garnered mostly positive reviews.
“The Duel,” the first episode of Visions, was one of the most popular. It revolves around a character named Ronin who hunts down Sith warriors and collects their kyber crystals after beating them. A novel based on that story was published immediately after the show began, and many fans have advocated for further episodes to be given the same treatment, as well as a Season 2.
Recent reports imply that Season 2 is just around the corner, so those hopes may be answered sooner rather than later.
The second season of Star Wars: Visions
Insider Season 2 of Star Wars: Visions is currently in the works, according to Jordan Maison of Cinelinx. He claims that many sources have not only confirmed this, but have also stated that it would be released as soon as the fall of this year, with September and October being two probable release months. Season 1 was released on September 22, 2021, therefore a Fall release for Season 2 would be over a year apart.
According to the source, some of the Japanese anime studios who worked on Season 1 will return, and some of the same stories that were previously introduced will be continued.
There’s also a speculation that an official announcement of Season 2 would be made at Star Wars Celebration next month in Anaheim, California, which runs from May 26 to 29. There’s a chance that some footage will be shown alongside the announcement, but this hasn’t been verified.
The Ease with Which Star Wars: Visions Can Be Released
Star Wars: Visions is a little different from the other Disney+ originals. Fans have expressed anxiety regarding release schedules, as there are so many Star Wars projects from Lucasfilm and so many Marvel Studios projects that they can’t all fit without overlapping.
The final three episodes of Obi-Wan Kenobi and the first three episodes of Ms. Marvel will be released on Disney+ on the same day as the final three episodes of the former. Many people have suggested that Star Wars films be released on Fridays and Marvel films be released on Wednesdays in order to resolve the problem, but this isn’t happening right now.
With a Disney+ calendar already jam-packed, it’s understandable to wonder if there’ll be enough room for another Disney+ program in 2022. Season 1 of Star Wars: Visions, on the other hand, deviated from the norm by airing all nine episodes on the same day rather than one per week.
This was owing to the fact that each episode was only 10-20 minutes long and that it was an anthology series with no set timetable. It’s safe to presume that, like Season 1, all of Season 2’s episodes will be released on the same day, removing any concerns about Visions crowding the calendar. From the beginning, viewers will have all of the episodes in front of them and will be able to watch them at their leisure.
On Disney+, Season 1 of Star Wars: Visions is presently accessible to watch.