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    Disney+ postpones the release date of its Star Wars series

    Disney’s much expected Obi-Wan Kenobi Disney Plus series will debut two days after its planned launch, but there will be two episodes available to watch instead of just one. You’ll need a little patience before it starts on Friday, May 27.
    Disney + ‘s new flagship TV sequence in the Star Wars universe, Obi-Wan Kenobi, has been postponed. Series star Ewan McGregor, who plays the famous JD Obi-Wan, revealed in a video that the release date of the new series has been postponed for two days, from May 25 to May 27.
    If Obi-Wan Kenobi had set its May 25 release date on Disney +, the series would have been a tribute to an important day in the history of Star Wars. In fact, the original film was unleashed on May 25, 1977. In addition, his 45th birthday will be celebrated on May 25, 2022. So some fans will be dissatisfied to see Disney postponing the series.
    Disney + couldn’t just declare the lousy news without attempting to quell fans’ anger, who are increasingly eager to find a series committed to their favorite Jedi. Thus, the streaming giant told that in return for this minor delay, viewers will be able to find two episodes of the Obi-Wan series on May 27.
    This indicates that we will have a complete introduction to the story of Obi-Wan and we can engage ourselves completely in the adventure. Then, the streaming platform will unleash episodes every week, as was the case with the previous series, The Mandalorian or The Book of Boba Fett.
    It is essential to mention that this delay could be a major setback for Netflix, which will cast season 4 of its flagship series Strangers Things on May 27. In fact, when a streaming production premieres, the number of viewers is basic. Matrix is ​​used to measure its success, so both platforms are likely to outnumber them. However, waiting for the month of May, you can discover or rediscover the trailer of the series.

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