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Zechs wrote: Yeah these last two storylines have been fantastic pieces. It's amazing how Ventress has literally become such different character than she was from S1. The same came be said for Ahoska and our mystery assassin. If the person is who many including myself theorize is. Dang this is gonna be great Earth shattering twist.
IGN: There are so many questions, obviously, about the future of the show, but back last summer at Celebration, you talked about work being done on Season 6. We know that there are completed episodes that we haven’t seen. Might we get an announcement one way or the other about when and where we’ll be seeing that, any time soon?
Filoni: [Laughs] Well, that’s the interesting part, this wait-and-see thing, I know, for fans. But there are more stories to tell, and as I’ve said, we’ve been working on them for awhile. I’ll be excited when we can share more details with you about that, but at this point, there isn’t really much I can say. Unfortunately, that’s all I can say. Sadly, for you guys. [Laughs] I see cool stuff every day… it’s totally unfair!
IGN: That’s very encouraging, because there are some more extreme rumors saying, “The show is over!” But I kept thinking, “But they’ve been making episodes, so that can’t be the case!”
Filoni: Right? Always in motion is the future. This is where I can be very vague and quizzical. [Laughs]
Witwer, who voiced Darth Maul in the since-canceled Cartoon Network show, was nominated as an outstanding performer in an animated program, along with fellow “Clone Wars” actors Jim Cummings and David Tennant (yes, the same Tennant). “Clone Wars,” which has never previously been nominated, also received recognition for best direction, music direction, sound mixing and “special class animated program.”