The Clone Wars
A scene from :Star Wars: The Clone" TV series. Star Wars: The Clone Wars/ Facebook

There have been a bunch of high profile cameo appearances in “The Clone Wars” TV series in the past, and season 7 shouldn’t be any different. What new characters can be expected in the last season of the show? Here’s a look at some cameos that could end the show with a big bang.

From the resurrection of Darth Maul (Voice by Sam Witwer) to the cameo appearances of Boba Fett (Voice by Daniel Logan), Jabba the Hutt (Kevin Michael Richardson), and many others; “The Clone Wars” was a treat for the fans. As the show continues, it is time to bring other big characters to the silver screen.

Since the TV series is a part of the main saga of the movies, it would make sense to bring a few characters from the films over to the show. Han Solo and Luke Skywalker are dead, and fans will not get to see Carrie Fisher film any new scenes as Leia. The upcoming last season is a good opportunity to pay tribute to these veteran characters in some way. This can be done using a Force vision of the future.

Snoke (Andy Serkis) was an intriguing new villain. But, he got killed off pretty early, leaving the fans wondering just who he is. It is clear that Snoke has been around for a very long time. He has seen the rise and fall of the Empire, which means he must have been alive during the Clone Wars.

The final season will be very short, with just five or six episodes. That means there won’t be a lot of time to explore too many storylines. The trailer has already teased that the plot of at least one of the episodes will focus on Ahsoka Tano (Voice by Ashley Eckstein) helping Mandalore.

“The Clone Wars” will also shed more light on Anakin Skywalker (Voice by Matt Lanter) and his gradual transformation into Darth Vader.