There’s a bit of a rumor going around concerning the supposed leak of the next Star Wars animated TV series, entitled Star Wars: Reclamation. As you all know, the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series that Cartoon Network aired is now officially done with Disney’s acquisition of LucasArts, however, there were some hints from Disney that a new animated series would be produced in the future.
In any case, supposed pictures of the Star Wars: Reclamation concept papers were found, and it details the show’s general overview, premise, and character backgrounds. You can read a sample of the papers below:
RECLAMATION is a character-driven war epic set in the storied STAR WARS universe. Making use of decades of media as influence, it will be an all-new story designed to introduce the audience to themes and characters pivotal to EPISODE VII and beyond.
The show will feature a core ensemble cast of new and familiar characters, and explore their internal and collective struggles against the backdrop of a galaxy-spanning war. The focus will largely be on this group, but will shift occasionally to lesser characters and situations.
The format of the show will alternate between single-episode adventures and multi-episode arcs. The entire Galaxy is fair game, and any character can be the star. This method of storytelling will allow the audience to familiarize themselves with the characters intimately and to ground and contextualize the conflict.
Drawing from the talent and workflow structure employed in the creation of THE CLONE WARS animated series, our goal with RECLAMATION is to create a show with similarly wide appeal in terms of viewership and marketing possibilities. Besides again targeting children and young adults, we believe we can also appeal to the 18-49 demographic, by focusing on the ORIGINAL TRILOGY era characters and imagery.
If you would like to read more into this, you can check out the screen captures of the “leaked” papers here. Please keep in mind, however, that there is no proof that the source is a LucasArts employee, so this may be one (very cool, elaborate) hoax.