If you have been watching Star Wars: The Bad Batch you are probably still wondering about the finale to season 2. So much happened in those final minutes that had you going through a million emotions. While our review of the first 8 episodes of season 3 is going to be spoiler-free, we can say that the intensity of those final minutes carries over into Season 3.

The new episodes continue where the finale left off with Omega being a prisoner and the remaining members of the Batch Batch in hiding and trying to figure out a way to rescue her. While held prisoner, Omega continues to try to help Crosshair and plan for an escape out of Hemlock’s Imperial science lair. As this is going on we also see Hunter, Wrecker, and Echo trying to find where Hemlock is and how to save Omega.

Omega in a scene from “STAR WARS: THE BAD BATCH”, season 3 exclusively on Disney+. © 2024 Lucasfilm Ltd. & ™. All Rights Reserved.

For these final episodes, Dave Filoni, has given the viewers an amazing experience. From the dialogue to the action and right down to the music each episode takes the viewer on an incredible journey. You can tell that a lot was put into making these final episodes powerful because they do stay with the viewer after it is over. We saw old friends, new friends, team-ups with unlikely allies and a few surprises.

The missions we have been on with Clone Force 99 have been memorable ones and it is sad to know that they will be ending soon. Seeing how this team has become a family reflects the themes we have seen lately in shows the The Mandalorian and Ahsoka. While Star Wars is about action scenes and the Force it is also about family and how they are there for one another. Clone Force 99 and Omega have given us some incredible adventures and we are thankful for the time we have spent with them.

Asajj Ventress in a scene from “STAR WARS: THE BAD BATCH”, season 3 exclusively on Disney+. © 2024 Lucasfilm Ltd. & ™. All Rights Reserved.

Catch the action-packed new season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch now streaming on Disney Plus.

Final Thoughts: The first 8 episodes show why this is one of the best new animated Star Wars series. Each episode delivers with its writing and/or action. The story of Clone Force 99 AKA The Bad Batch gave us many amazing moments and they continue in these episodes. Though it’s been stated that this would be the last season, I am curious as to how they are going to wrap it all up.

Kid-Friendly: If your children have seen the other animated Star Wars cartoons, they have seen these types of stories before. The stories are universal and children will learn about loyalty, family, and standing up for what you believe in through the show.

Violence: There is a lot of animated violence throughout the 8 episodes. There are some hand-to-hand fighting and use of explosives.

In the epic final season of “Star Wars: The Bad Batch,” the Batch will have their limits tested in the fight to reunite with Omega as she faces challenges of her own inside a remote Imperial science lab. With the group fractured and facing threats from all directions, they will have to seek out unexpected allies, embark on dangerous missions, and muster everything they have learned to free themselves from the Empire.

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