Do you need to catch up on Star Wars Rebels before the March 5 series finale? It can be challenging, but the show is very bingeable — and helping the Rebels cause, the first three seasons are currently free to watch on the DisneyNOW app and DisneyXD website.
Normally, you’d need to sign in with your cable or satellite TV provider’s login (“Get your parents’ permission first!”), but that requirement has been suspended temporarily as Rebels‘ fourth and final season comes to an end. Be warned: There are commercials. So very many commercials …(And, to be clear: You should still make sure you have parental permission, if you think you need it …)
Many episodes of Star Wars Rebels, including the rest of Season 4, also are available right now “on demand” through DisneyNOW, the DisneyXD site and cable providers such as Comcast Xfinity.
From the early skirmishes with Darth Vader and the Empire’s Inquisitors, to their alliance with former Jedi Ahsoka Tano and clone Captain Rex, encounters with former Sith Lord Darth Maul and tangles with brilliant Grand Admiral Thrawn and his assassin Rukh, there’s a lot to take in before the showdown with Emperor Palpatine over the destiny of the planet Lothal.
If you don’t need to catch up on Star Wars Rebels’ entirety and just want to see some of the most recent episodes’ most talked-about moments — spoilers be damned — look no further than these clips from “Wolves and a Door” and “A World Between Worlds”:
And, going back just a bit further, some memorable clips from “DUME” and “Jedi Night”:
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