Lucas to Bring "Star Wars" to the Small Screen

by | April 26, 2005 | Comments

You didn’t actually buy all that "one final trilogy and that’s it" material, did you? Seems that George Lucas has not one but two separate "Star Wars" TV series in the works, one a spin-off of his exceedingly popular "Clone Wars" animated adventures … and the other a live-action adventure series that will take place after "Revenge of the Sith," but before "Star Wars."No concrete plans are set yet, but Variety indicates that the live-action series "would focus on some supporting characters who’ve been introduced in the movies."

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