– The upcoming series “Ahsoka” will move to Tuesdays for its release on Disney+
– The show was previously announced to debut on Fridays
– “Ahsoka” is a spinoff of “The Mandalorian,” starring Rosario Dawson as Ahsoka Tano
Disney+’s upcoming Star Wars series “Ahsoka” has reportedly shifted its release schedule to now premiere episodes on Tuesday nights instead of the previously announced Friday nights. This new information about the series’ scheduling was revealed through a recent article on TVLine.
“Ahsoka” is a highly anticipated spinoff of the immensely popular “The Mandalorian,” which has gained a massive fan following. The show stars Rosario Dawson, who was introduced as Ahsoka Tano in the second season of “The Mandalorian.” Dawson will now have her own series centered around the character.
As Disney+ continues to produce more content, particularly in the Star Wars and Marvel universes, it is expected that the streaming platform will experiment with different release strategies to maximize viewership and keep subscribers engaged. With the move to Tuesday nights for “Ahsoka,” it appears Disney+ is doing just that, providing more variety in its programming schedule.
The release date for “Ahsoka” has not been confirmed yet, but fans are eagerly looking forward to exploring the adventures of Ahsoka Tano outside of “The Mandalorian” universe. Until then, viewers have much to look forward to from Disney+, as the streaming platform continues to deliver fresh content on a regular basis.