Fans are now waiting for the coming of Star Wars: Visions Season 2 after dropping the nine-episode first season on Disney+.
The streaming network has perfectly captured the viewers’ interest by exploring the epic space opera franchise like they have never seen before. So, after its successful first-season premiere, all eyes are now on the possible coming of Star Wars: Visions Season 2.
The Love for the First Season
In an interview with the series’ executive producer James Waugh, he told Comicbook the possibility of doing more episodes for a new season.
In fact, he would love to do it, though it would all depend on the first season’s success.
“We’ll see what happens,” he said. “Let’s see how the response is this anthology.”
Comicbook gave the anime’s first season a positive review, clamoring for more episodes.
So, Waugh hopes that everyone who has seen the series also has the same positive experience so that they can create Star Wars: Visions Season 2.
Fans and critics alike also love the new take to the Lucasfilm series. Rotten Tomatoes listed the anthology with a 94% Fresh rating.
In addition, others who have already seen the first season have nothing but good words for it. It is now the rave on Tumblr, Twitter and other social media platforms.
Some even say Star Wars: Visions is the “franchise’s best in a decade.”
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— Cartoon Crave (@thecartooncrave) September 22, 2021
Depending on the First Season’s Succes
Meanwhile, in another interview with CNET, Waugh revealed they still had to assess the fans’ reaction and what the fandom wanted before working on the second season.
The show’s future is still up in the air and no renewal has been made yet. Despite that, though, Waugh remains optimistic that this project will continue.
“[Producer Kanako Shirasaki] and I are probably incredibly biased,” he said. “We love these shorts and really do think that this is such a great framing for Star Wars.”
Sure, some may have been upset after learning the anthology’s tales are non-canon. But, its producers have earlier teased the possibility to make its way into the Star Wars lore.
“I have no doubt that we will see things that were in Visions become part of the fabric of Star Wars over the next decades,” Waugh explained.
So far, there is no solid confirmation if there will be Star Wars: Visions Season 2, but fans are all looking forward to it. For now, they can binge-watch its first season offering exclusively on Disney+.
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