When Disney bought Lucasfilm one of the casualties of the sale was the animated series The Clone Wars that had been airing on the Cartoon Network since the fall of 2008 when it premiered.
The show ended after just five seasons, but when it was cancelled, production was already underway on a sixth season. Producers then promised that the season six episodes, would eventually be made available at some future point.
Fans not sure if these episodes would ever be seen will now have a chance thanks to Netflix announcing that it has acquired the steaming rights to the entire series, including the never-before-seen sixth season.
Every episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, including the final 13-episodes of the six season will become available for streaming on Netflix in the United States and Canada on March 7th. This will hopefully bring some closure to the fans of the show.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars takes place during the three-year time period between Episode II and Episode III, featuring the characters of Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Master Yoda.