The most recent clip from the highly anticipated second season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch on Disney+ provides new information regarding the most recent objective for the select group of clone troopers.
The brief teaser trailer released before the second season on January 4 displayed further exciting adventures. During one of these adventures, the crew is seen sprinting along a beach and evading various beasts. At the same time, other scenes show the Empire continuing to gain strength and becoming a serious menace to the entirety of the galaxy.
Have a look at the brand new Star Wars: The Bad Batch teaser trailer for season 2 down below:
Star Wars: The Bad Batch Trailer
According to the synopsis for the first season, “Star Wars: The Bad Batch follows the elite and experimental clones of the Bad Batch (originally introduced in The Clone Wars) as they find their place in a quickly changing galaxy in the immediate aftermath of the Clone War.”
“Members of Bad Batch, a unique squad of clones who differ genetically from their brothers in the Clone Army, each possess a singular exceptional skill that makes them extraordinarily effective soldiers and a formidable crew,” Bad Batch is described as “a unique squad of clones who differ genetically from their brothers in the Clone Army.”
The voices of Dee Bradley Baker, Michelle Ang, Rhea Perlman, and Noshir Dalal are featured in the series. Emmy winner Wanda Sykes makes her debut as a guest star in the show’s second season as Phee Genoa.
Dave Filoni has been a significant contributor to the Star Wars universe over the course of the past decade thanks to his work on multiple animated Star Wars shows such as The Clone Wars, Rebels, and Stars Wars Resistance, as well as in the live-action series The Mandalorian, is the executive producer of Star Wars: The Bad Batch. Filoni is also the creator of the live-action series The Mandalorian.
Athena Portillo, Brad Rau, Jennifer Corbett, and Carrie Beck serve as executive producers for the project, and Josh Rimes is slated to serve as a producer for the show. In addition to his role as head writer, Rau also functions as a supervising director.