Not sure what you’re going to do now that “Star Wars Rebels” is on it’s hiatus? Don’t worry, Lucasfilm has you covered! While we wait for “Star Wars Rebels” to return with new episodes on January 5th, Lucasfilm has sent us over the programing scheduled for the series during the course of it’s break, so you can re-watch your favorite episodes over again, or you can catch up if you have yet to start watching the show. Below is all the information on how you can watch the all the current episodes of “Star Wars Rebels.”
[blockquote cite=]After seven solid weeks of brand new episodes since the series debut, the critically-acclaimed Star Wars Rebels is giving fans a chance to catch their breath during the holiday season. The series returns in January with all-new episodes starting with – “Path of the Jedi” – which will premiere Monday, JANUARY 5 (9:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney XD.
Don’t know how you’ll make it through to the New Year without your Star Wars Rebels fix?
Well, here’s the latest “Rebels Recon” video with an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the latest episode “Gathering Forces” – PLUS – a sneak peek at “Path of the Jedi,” an episode which promises to be worth the wait!
Still need more?
StarWars.com has the first five episodes of Star Wars Rebels streaming for free now until DECEMBER 7 (11:59 p.m. PT).
Tune into Disney XD on Sunday, DECEMBER 7 (5:00-9:30 p.m., ET/PT) or Friday, DECEMBER 12 (12:30-5:00 p.m., ET/PT) and catch the entire series from the very beginning in a Star Wars Rebels Reloaded Marathon — now there’s an indulgence not even a Jedi could resist.
To date – Star Wars Rebels has reached over 31 million total viewers in the U.S. since its October debut.
Follow @DisneyChannelPR and @StarWars for the latest news on #StarWarsRebels,
and check out StarWars.com for more exciting news on the series.
There’s no excuse now to not get caught up with “Star Wars Rebels”! And if you’re already caught up, the marathon on Disney XD sounds like a great way to experience all the great episodes again in one sitting.
is it January yet?December 17, 2014 at 9:53 am