Star Wars: The Clone Wars - When Does Episode 5 Release On Disney Plus? (Season 7)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars debuts on February 21.


Every Friday, a new episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 is available to watch on Disney+. Currently, Episode 4 recently arrived. This season has given us some great new characters, like The Bad Batch, which are new clone troopers that remind us of Ninja Turtles. But when will Episode 5 air? You can check out the release dates below.

Clone Wars Season 7 release schedule:

  • Episode 1 "The Bad Batch" - Friday, February 21
  • Episode 2 "A Distant Echo" - Friday, February 28
  • Episode 3 "On the Wings of Keeradaks" - Friday, March 6
  • Episode 4 "Unfinished Business" - Friday, March 13
  • Episode 5 "Gone With a Trace" - Friday, March 20
  • Episode 6 "Deal No Deal" - Friday, March 27
  • Episode 7 - Friday, April 3
  • Episode 8 - Friday, April 10
  • Episode 9 - Friday, April 17
  • Episode 10 - Friday, April 24
  • Episode 11 - Friday, May 1
  • Episode 12 - Friday, May 8

Additionally, Disney+ revealed a new trailer and new poster for the upcoming season as well. In the trailer below, there is a whole lot of Darth Maul, and the series is very much leading up to the Order 66 moment from Revenge of the Sith.

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In 2008, Dave Filoni brought Star Wars fans an amazing animated series that expanded on a conflict in the SW universe that the movies glossed over, the Clone Wars. Over the course of six seasons and taking place between the movies Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, the battle between the Separatists and the Republic army--which consisted of Clones and Jedi. At SDCC 2018, it was revealed Season 7 would be arriving to Disney+.

The real kicker is the appearance of Darth Maul, whose history is tied to Mandalore, as he help cause the civil war there and took it over with the Shadow Collective. He also had possession briefly of the Darksaber and caused Death Watch--the Mandalorian group--to splinter. Needless to say, Maul's inclusion in this trailer may mean we'll finally get to see Palpatine's Order 66 playout in this final season, which will mark the end of the Clone Wars.

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