After saving the residents of the Colossus from the First Order by launching the station into space, Kaz and friends find themselves in peril yet again when they realize they are truly on their own with limited resources. Our heroes try to survive by searching for fuel and food, but the Colossus soon faces myriad dangers across the galaxy – including Commander Pyre and Agent Tierny’s pursuing Star Destroyer. Meanwhile, Tam discovers what it’s like being a new recruit for the First Order.
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Star Wars Resistance, Season 2 Reviews (2,753)
This is just the Star Wars version of deep space nine. Not that there’s anything wrong with Star Wars it’s still amazing
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this show had so much potential. Mostly squandered
Myths which are believed in tend to become true.
Alice The Magical Elf
1:21 *B2 DROIDS ARE COMING BACK!!!*
New first order tie bomber? 1.03
2:11 gasp super battle droid from the clone wars that was a really long time ago before the order 66 was executed and droid units of the separatist alliance shut down
Come on Dee, you have got to voice a Clone in every animated series, please let Kix be in this season
Chuck Norris can quitely sneak up on himself
First Rebels got only 4 seasons and now this. Not gonna lie, a bit sad that we're only getting two seasons. But this does look good.
Star Wars Resistance, Season 2 Wiki
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