“Star Wars: Visions,” the anthology series from Lucasfilm that tells new Star Wars stories through the singular style and tradition of Japanese anime, is rumored to be getting a second season that will arrive on Disney+ later this year.
The news comes from Cinelinx who reports the following:
Over the last few days I’ve had multiple, independent, sources reach out to tell me some good news. Not only is Star Wars Visions 2 in the works (and pretty much has been since the first season hit), but it is set to arrive THIS YEAR. The timing is tough to pin down, but I’ve heard both September and October thrown out there. So I think a general “Fall” release would be what we’re looking at.
The outlet goes on to say that there will be some returning studios who would be doing follow-ups on stories/characters from the first season.
If the above information is correct, it’s possible we might hear an announcement during Star Wars Celebration next month. Since nothing has been confirmed by Lucasfilm or Disney, we will treat this as a rumor for now.