Celebrate Star Wars Day: How to Watch “Star Wars: Tales of the Empire” on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV & More




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One of the most iconic series in American history adds another chapter to the franchise today. May the 4th be with you this Star Wars Day with the first look at Star Wars: Tales of the Empire, the latest original animated series streaming on Disney+.

The second installment in the “Tales” series comes after the critically acclaimed Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi which launched in 2022. All six episodes of Tales of the Empire will be available to stream today, so fans can binge without the hassle of waiting. The series will focus on two warriors diverging on two different paths within the terrifying behemoth known as the Galatic Empire.

The latest entry into the Star Wars franchise has a talented ensemble voice cast. Cast members include Diana Lee Inosanto (Morgan Elsbeth), Meredith Salenger (Barriss Offee), Rya Kihlstedt (Lyn aka Fourth Sister), Wing T. Chao (Wing), Lars Mikkelsen (Thrawn), Jason Isaacs (Grand Inquisitor) and Matthew Wood (General Grievous). The series was created by Dave Filoni who also serves as supervising director.

Sign up for Disney+ today to begin streaming this and thousands of other shows and movies. With today being Star Wars Day, you can find many other Star Wars movies, live-action and animated shows on the platform to celebrate as well,

Check out the trailer for Star Wars: Tales of the Empire, below.

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