Cal Kestis’ story is canon within the Star Wars universe, so a TV series seems like an obvious step.
Since the premiere of the Disney Plus platform, the company has already released three Star Wars series: The Mandalorian, The Bobba Fett Book and Obi-Wan Kenobi. Besides, he has many others in production, including one about Ashoka Tano and, according to rumours, he would also be working on a series about Cal Kestis, protagonist of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
It should be remembered that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, as its sequel coming soon, are canon within the Star Wars franchiseso it wouldn’t be too far-fetched to make a Cal Kestis series considering that Disney is making a multitude of other Star Wars projects with secondary characters surely less interesting than a Jedi like Cal.
This rumor came from youtuber and insider Kristian Harloff, who assured through his official Twitter account that Disney would already be shaping a Star Wars series starring Cal Kestis. In fact, it would be Cameron Monaghaon himself, who gives voice and appearance to Cal Kestis in the game, who would also play the character on television. “The source says that Monaghaon is registered, but nothing is ready for production yet. We’ll see,” says Harloff.
RUMOR: Cal Kestis could get his own Star Wars TV show with Cameron Monaghaon. Source says that Monaghaon is signed on but nothing set for production yet. We shall see. https://t.co/yxc5GUpOaO pic.twitter.com/8VHmgX1cC3
— Kristian Harloff (@KristianHarloff) June 21, 2022
Respawn Entertainment not only managed to make Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order a remarkable action gamewith Souls-style action and more exploration and platforming phases, also managed to create a interesting story and characters for the most Star Wars fans. To the point where the story of Cal Kestis became canon and now it could make the leap to television.
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More Star Wars games
Apart from Star Wars Jedi: Survivorsequel to nFallen Order, there multitude of other Star Wars games on the way. From Star Wars Eclipse -the new Quantic Dream-, to the open world Star Wars game developed by Ubisoft, the remake of KOTOR and it is even rumored that Zenimax Online would be working on an MMO of The Mandalorian. We will see which of these projects reaches the stores first.
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