Ahsoka's Episode 4 Said to Be Longer Than Episode 3

The fourth episode of Ahsoka appears to have its runtime leaked online, and it's noticeably longer than Episode 3.


Following a report on X, it's been mentioned that the next episode in the Star Wars spinoff series will last around 42 minutes. Director Peter Ramsey shared the post, which seems to indicate that the reported duration is accurate. While Ramsey didn't explicitly confirm it, fans have interpreted his use of "fist" and "explosion" emojis to mean that the specified time is correct. If this holds true, Episode 4, currently without a title, would be the fourth shortest installment in the series so far. The premiere had a runtime of 54 minutes, Episode 5 is rumored to be approximately 49 minutes, and Episode 2 was 46 minutes. The exception is Episode 3, which had a shorter duration at 34 minutes.

Ahsoka, the latest addition to Disney+'s expanding Star Wars lineup from Lucasfilm, follows the journey of Ahsoka, a former Jedi, as she sets out on a mission to locate Grand Admiral Thrawn. Thrawn appears to have plans to reunite the fractured remnants of the Empire. Ahsoka Tano is now a beloved character, but her introduction in Star Wars: The Clone Wars initially raised questions among fans. When she first appeared in the animated movie, Anakin Skywalker's Padawan faced criticism. However, as fans witnessed her growth in the TV series spinoff and her subsequent role in Star Wars Rebels, they warmed up to her character.

Ahsoka, More to Come?

Veteran actor Rosario Dawson plays the main character Ahsoka, who transitioned from animation to live-action in The Mandalorian Season 2 and reappeared in The Book of Boba Fett, playing a vital role in Grogu's training by Luke Skywalker. While the first season of her show is still ongoing, Dawson has expressed her eagerness to return for an unannounced second season. She mentioned, "I’m absolutely putting it out into the universe. We’re joking about it, but I’m manifesting it because I feel like I helped Dave Filoni, the creator of Ahsoka, manifest this role. So I’m ready. I’m excited. I’m willing. I got my ice-packs ready to go for Season 2 and beyond! I would not be mad at that."

Ahsoka releases new episodes every Wednesday on Disney+. You can also find The Clone Wars movie and series, as well as Star Wars Rebels, available for streaming on the same platform. 

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