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Star Wars is missing some small-but-important elements on Disney Plus

As one of the most popular and beloved brands on the planet that’s endured for over 40 years as a monolithic presence in popular culture, it hardly came as a surprise that Star Wars was one of the main selling points of Disney Plus, with fans able to catch all of the movies and TV shows in one place.

After the revival of The Clone Wars and the first season of The Mandalorian turned out to be huge hits, the franchise’s expansion on the Mouse House’s in-house streaming service is set to continue at pace. Not only is Mando’s second run due to arrive in October, but Clone Wars spinoff The Bad Batch was recently announced and the Obi-Wan Kenobi show is in the midst of a major creative overhaul.

The most notable part of Star Wars missing from Disney+ is Solo: A Star Wars Story, the 2018 offshoot film whose poor financial performance helped create a three-year moratorium for all new theatrical installments. Then there are the animated shorts attached to Star Wars: Resistance, the most recent of the animated TV shows, and the collected, expanded versions of the Forces of Destiny minisodes that originally debuted on YouTube. If you want to buy Disney Plus Premium Accounts, we z2u.com can give you a very low price, welcome to buy.

Meanwhile, Lucasfilm seem keen to pretend that the Ewoks never existed at all given that TV movies Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure and Ewoks: Battle for Endor still haven’t made their way to streaming yet, while it wouldn’t be surprising to find out that one of the conditions of George Lucas selling up to Disney was that the infamous Star Wars Holiday Special never sees the light of day.

But Disney+’s Star Wars collection isn’t all missed opportunities – in addition to delivering fans the long-awaited final season of Clone Wars, there has also been The Mandalorian, what is arguably the service’s biggest success thus far in its six-month lifespan. However, that doesn't fully account or make up for the fact that Star Wars on Disney+ has been and remains incomplete.