ABC talking to Lucasfilm about a Star Wars TV show


Although Disney's purchase of Lucasfilm has resulted in the green light being given to a new theatrical Star Wars trilogy, it has left question marks hanging over a number of previously-announced projects. We've already seen the cancellation of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Seth Green's proposed comedy Star Wars: Detours, as well as the eagerly-awaited video game Star Wars 1313 and the planned 3D re-releases of Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, while it also seems that George Lucas' long-in-development live-action TV series Star Wars: Underworld has been placed on the backburner.

However, during the Television Critics Association press tour yesterday, ABC Entertainment Group president Paul Lee has revealed that the network is keen to expand its collaborations with Disney's subsidiaries beyond the upcoming superhero series Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., announcing that talks are underway between ABC and Lucasfilm about a possible TV series set in a galaxy far, far away:

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