Star Wars fans may remember Star Wars: The Clone Wars‘ brief run on Netflix after originally airing on Cartoon Network, which included five seasons and a bundle of “Lost Missions” episodes. Its time on the platform was brief, but there is hope at last.

Supervising director Dave Filoni made a surprise announcement at Comic-Con International: San Diego this week that a new 12-episode season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars will be available on Disney’s upcoming streaming service.

Along with the new service, Disney CEO Bob Iger also promised “a few” other Star Wars-related series. We now know that Star Wars: The Clone Wars will join a live-action show from Jon Favreau.

Check out the trailer below:

h/t Engadget

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Joe Ibraham

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