May4th

One of our Rebel spies Katarzyna in Poland gave us the heads up to a new teaser video released by Disney XD for the upcoming May the 4th Star Wars holiday.

Airing on May the 4th will be a new animated special, “Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles – Escape from the Jedi Temple.” According to our friends at MakingStarWars.net the special will air at 7 pm and 9 pm. This air date and time was confirmed by the writer Mike Price.

 

According to the Polish fan site Bastion (via Google Translate), we can also expect to see some short form content called either “Champions of the Force” or “Masters of the Force.”

About half a year ago, there is information about Darth Vader TV Specials – project related to the latest animated television series gwiezdnowojennym Fri Rebels. However, it was not clear what it could be. In a recent television program for Disney XD and Disney Channel appeared a short, 5-minute episodes of the series called Masters of the Force (in the original Master of the Force). The official description of this promotional series is: Each episode is presented hero of the TV series “Star Wars: Rebellion.”

Champions of the Force may be this mysterious project called Darth Vader TV Specials, but nowhere has not been confirmed officially. All sections of Champions will be seen on the Polish channel Disney XD and Disney Channel on Sunday, May 4 at the following times: Disney XD : 11:25, 12:20, 13:40, 15:40, 16:35, 17:30 , 18:45, 20:05, 22:40 Disney Channel : 9:25, 17:25 UPDATE – 4/25/14. appeared on the web advertising the Disney Channel, which, in addition to new pieces of “Escape from the Jedi Temple”, We can see that indeed the day the channel is to show something related to the “Rebels”. We invite you to watch.

It hasn’t been confirmed yet that these rumored 5-minute interstitials are the four that were rumored in the Star Wars Rebels marketing materials.

Stay tuned to Rebels Report and @RebelsReport on Twitter for the latest breaking Star Wars Rebels news.

SOURCES: Bastion Polskich, Making Star Wars, and Twitter

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