Like The Mandalorian, the series also features several prominent characters from previous series and films, including Din Djarin, Grogu, Cobb Vanth, the Armorer, Ahsoka Tano, Luke Skywalker and the first live-action appearance of Cad Bane.
Several continuing the Star Wars canon or inspired by it have also been released.
The Battle for Endor would be the last live-action Star Wars television project produced by Lucasfilm until 2019's The Mandalorian.
Rogue One will offer up your first real glimpse of the Rebel Alliance, which has formed to fight back against the Empire.
The pair battle and Luke ultimately dies, but Rey manages to save everyone else.
In 1984 and 1985, two live-action films featuring the characters were televised in the United States and released theatrically in Europe.
Luke surrenders himself to Vader who takes him to the Emperor, but when the Emperor cannot turn Luke to the dark side he tries to kill him.
The Empire Strikes Back also boasts the more well-known scene and quote from the series, when Darth Vader reveals to Luke that he is in fact his father.