‘Clone Wars: Decoded’ reveals classified intel

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The first season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars may have ended, but you can relive the animation sensation all over again from the beginning starting tonight with the episode “Ambush.”

Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Decoded will add trivia and background information to all 22 Season One episodes. Think of it as “Pop-Up Video” with droids.

The content appears in text windows written by the Lucasfilm Animation talent responsible for the show itself. This full season of enhanced episodes will continue each Friday in the regular time slot for The Clone Wars, leading up to the fall premiere of Season Two.

Meanwhile, you can celebrate Cinco de Mayo the Jedi way by visiting to stream Spanish-language episodes of the series for the first time ever.

(Image courtesy of Turner/Lucasfilm Ltd.)


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