LucasFilm sent Major Spoilers the trailer for the upcoming fourth season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, that debuts on the Cartoon Network, Friday, September 16, 2011 at 8:00 PM (ET/PT).

Following the excitement of a thrilling Season Three finale that brought back one of the most beloved characters in the Star Wars universe, Cartoon Network today announced that Star Wars: The Clone Wars will premiere 22 all-new episodes for Season Four of the critically acclaimed CG-animated series from creator George Lucas and Lucasfilm Animation. The special, one-hour Season Four premiere event of Star Wars: The Clone Wars airs Friday, September 16, at 8 p.m. (et/pt).

The Season Three finale of Star Wars: The Clone Wars on April 8 was the #1 Friday telecast versus all television among boys 6-11 and 9-14, propelling Cartoon Network’s Friday night action block to the #1 television destination for boys 6-11, 2-11 and 9-14. Star Wars: The Clone Wars is a thrilling, weekly 30-minute “mini-movie” created by the talented artists at Lucasfilm Animation. Season Four: Battle Lines promises to continue the saga that Star Wars fans of all ages have grown to love, with the most fearless heroes and evilest bad guys returning for an action-packed season of fun and adventure.

As the heroic Jedi Knights and their clone army fight to preserve order, their efforts continue to be met with strong resistance from the massive Separatist droid army. Escalating and expanding into uncharted corners of the galaxy, the scope and scale of Star Wars: The Clone Wars continue to grow – with exotic adventures and enhanced animation strengthening ties to the Star Wars saga. Within the galactic battle, fearsome foes from the past return to settle the score. As unexpected alliances are formed on both sides of the battle, the action explodes and the course of the war takes an unforeseen turn!

 

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via LucasFilm

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4 Comments

  1. Alisha Mynx
    August 16, 2011 at 12:15 pm — Reply

    If it stays as good as it got during the third season, I’m looking forward to it.

  2. Oldcomicfan
    August 16, 2011 at 10:03 pm — Reply

    This series is the best thing to come out of Lucas Film in decades! Why, oh why, could the three prequel movies have been this good? Admittedly, I like them, unlike so many of the haters, cough cough Stephen cough, but the cartoon series is much better! Maybe this lot, when they are done with Clone Wars, could go on an do an Indiana Jones cartoon series?

    • August 17, 2011 at 1:15 pm — Reply

      I hope when you are saying *cough*Stephen*cough* you aren’t referring to me as a hater of the Clone Wars saga, because I’ve gone on record as saying I love this series. I also have said that I do like and appreciate the prequel movies. I think you may be thinking of Matthew, who refuses to acknowledge that eps 1-3 exist.

      • August 17, 2011 at 7:52 pm — Reply

        I think you may be thinking of Matthew, who refuses to acknowledge that eps 1-3 exist.

        Mostly I refuse to call the fourth or fifth (depending on how one counts) episode of a series, that came out decades after the initial offering “Episode 1.”

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