Star Wars Resistance returns tonight on the Disney Channel. The animated series follows pilot Kazuda Xiono as he gets recruited by Poe Dameron and goes on a string of thrilling adventures to defeat the First Order. The second season premieres at 10/9c.
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‘Star Wars Resistance’ Season 2 Preview
A trio of executive producers; Justin Ridge, Brandon Auman, and Athena Portillo, talked to io9 about the the second season and how it sets up the upcoming live-action film, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
“Season two is the opportunity to move into different planets, explore new characters, new creatures and all the conflict that season one left behind,” said Portillo. “Now you have to try to figure out how to resolve that conflict. The platform doesn’t have food. It’s running out of fuel, constantly being chased after the First Order. So we have the opportunity to tell those stories in season two and I can’t wait for everybody to see that.”
“[With] season one you have to set up the characters [and] there’s a lot of worldbuilding,” Ridge added. “Now that we are more familiar with the characters we can dive in deeper, so you get a little more information about the different people on the platform and such… It’s bittersweet for us because we want to see these characters live on. But we felt that this was a really nice conclusion that fits in between Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker.”
Christopher Sean, who provides the voice for Kaz, said that he’s excited for fans to see season two. “It’s been such a joyous ride let me tell you,” he gushed. “This show, the team, the cast, the crew, everyone is amazing and to be honest, being rooted in the sequel trilogy and with the Rise of Skywalker ending in December, it just seems to be the perfect place for the series end. But I’m so excited because everything about season two is so good…[We] really developed the characters in the first season and now we…just develop the adventure.”
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