We have been hearing some incoming chatter coming across our various Imperial spies around the Outer Rim. Normally we would not disseminate this information to the denizens of the New Republic because we are unsure of the accuracy of the transmissions. However, we want to make sure that all information is on the table, so that you are not caught unaware in the galactic wilds! Remember to talk everything below with a nice big helping of salt!

Last week we shared a report about filming updates for various Star Wars related Disney Plus shows. One of them was a show that will film under the name “Grammar Rodeo”. In that article I speculated that it was most likely a Yoda based show given the production name. Now new information is pointing towards a show based on the High Republic era of Star Wars. This does not mean Yoda will not be involved, because he is still a Jedi Council member at this point in his life. (The High Republic takes place approximately 200 years before the events of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.)

The folks over at LRM, have a “source” inside Lucasfilm that has given them a little more information. This information lines up with the previous report of production timeline updates.

There’s a Star Wars series filming around May-December in Manhattan Beach. It’s the High Republic series. Working title is Grammar Radio. (Ok, they got slightly mixed up between rodeo and radio)


Today was the first time I ever visited this site, but they claim to have a great track record with Star Wars leaks. I will leave it up to you to decide whether or not to believe this one. It also plays into the importance that Lucasfilm is putting on this era of Star Wars.

The information does tend to line up with all the other chatter running around the Internet about this particular mysterious series. What do you think? Is it High Republic related? If it is, are you going to be watching? Sound off in the comment section below!


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