Source: Super RTL kündigt neues "Star Wars: The Clone Wars"-Material an [UPDATE]
Finally, Canadians, the British, New Zealanders, Australians, and people from Brazil will be in the same boat as Americans in watching another country get first dibs on a must-watched show. The premiere of the ever-elusive Star Wars: Clone Wars "bonus content" will happen on Germany's SuperRTL channel.
Revealed by Wunschliste, on it's February 15 return it'll air a two-hour movie (containing four episodes) featuring a Clone Soldier named Tup executing Order 66 a bit too early. The glitched clone is then before Palpatine and his personal doctors for analysis. Also wanting answers is ARC Trooper Fives (the character was heavily featured in previous "Clone" centric episodes from the series) and his investigation into the incident results in him being accused of a plot to kill the Chancellor of the Republic.
The remaining seven episodes will then air in packs of three after that. As for the plot for the last seven? Well thanks to Star Wars Union we know the arc following the Order 66 one will be a three-parter hold-over from last season in the Clovis arc. The very named senator seeks Padme out for assistance as he's hunted by the bounty hunter Embo. Following that, we have a two-parter that'll have Mace Windu teaming up with Jar Jar Binks as they look into what happened to the spiritual leaders of of the world Bardotta. Not much is known on the final episodes other than we know this final arc will involve Yoda and we know the episode names: "Voices", "Destiny", and "Sacrifice".
As for the rest of us sorry folk we'll just have to wait, or study the German language to download the episodes off torrent sites.
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