Disney’s much-anticipated Obi-Wan Kenobi is a fictional character. The Disney Plus series will premiere two days later than expected, but there will be two episodes to watch instead of one. Before it begins on Friday, May 27, you’ll need to be patient.
The premiere of Obi-Wan Kenobi, Disney +’s new flagship TV series set in the Star Wars world, has been postponed.
Ewan McGregor, who plays JD Obi-Wan in the new series, disclosed in a video that the premiere date has been pushed back two days, from May 25 to May 27.
The series would have been a tribute to a significant day in Star Wars history if Obi-Wan Kenobi had premiered on Disney+ on May 25.
The first film, in fact, was released on May 25, 1977. In addition, on May 25, 2022, he will celebrate his 45th birthday. As a result, some people may be disappointed that Disney has decided to put the show on hold.
Disney+ couldn’t just announce the bad news without attempting to appease fans, who are becoming impatient for a show dedicated to their beloved Jedi.
As a result of the little delay, the streaming giant announced that on May 27, users will be able to watch two episodes of the Obi-Wan series.
This means we’ll get a thorough introduction to Obi-Journey Wan’s world and will be able to fully immerse ourselves in the adventure.
Then, as with the previous series, The Mandalorian or The Book of Boba Fett, the streaming portal will release episodes every week.
It’s important to note that this delay might be a huge setback for Netflix, which is slated to release season 4 of its popular series Stranger Things on May 27; in fact, when a streaming production debuts, the number of viewers is often low.
Because the matrix is used to gauge success, both platforms are likely to outweigh each other. However, if you wait until May, you will be able to see or hear the series’ trailer.