Star Wars: The Bad Batch is about a group of mutant clone troopers who played a key role in the Clone Wars. It takes place during the Empire’s Dark Times. Because of their genetic mutations, the inhibitor chips from Order 66 didn’t affect them much, so they stayed likable heroes in the animated Disney+ TV show.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch feels more and more like a continuation of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Clone Force 99 stumbles into Imperial plans for the whole clone army, which feels like a continuation of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. At the end of season 2, there was a dramatic cliffhanger that was meant to set up season 3. Here’s everything we know so far.
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Bad Batch Season 3 Release Date
Season 3 of The Bad Batch is scheduled to premiere in 2024. Though we don’t have a premiere date set yet, the next season’s production is well underway.
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Bad Batch Season 3 Plot
Even though nothing has been said about The Bad Batch season 3, the end of season 2 set up many important things for what will happen next. The Empire has captured Omega and is held in a secret Imperial base on Mount Tantiss. The Bad batch members who are still alive have sworn to save Omega.
This means they will have to join the Rebel Alliance, which will finally show how it is coming together. Emerie Karr, an Imperial scientist, became Omega’s new sister in the last episode. In season 3 of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, we’ll learn more about her past and how this relationship will affect Omega personally.
Bad Batch Season 3 Cast Speculation
New cast members aren’t likely to be announced immediately, but several of The Bad Batch’s main actors will surely return for season 3. Dee Bradley Baker is the most obvious since he voices all of the Bad Batch and all of the other clone troopers.
Since Omega is essential to Palpatine’s cloning project, Michelle Ang’s planned appearance at The Bad Batch’s panel confirms for sure that she’ll be back for season 3. Rhea Perlman, who plays Cid, Stephen Stanton, who plays Admiral Tarkin, Ben Diskin, who plays AZI-3, and Gwendoline Yeo, who plays Nala Se, are sure to be back. Dr. Hemlock, played by Jimmi Simpson, is in charge of Mount Tantiss. He should be the main bad guy.