Erika Lewis’ Official Spoiler Free Star Wars Show Rating

Erika Lewis’ Official Spoiler Free Star Wars Show Rating

Erika Lewis

Throughout the years, ever since the very first Star Wars movie, there have been many Star Wars TV shows that have been released. From the animated series “Droids” all the way to the most recent show “The Book of Boba Fett”. All of them carry new adventures and characters that are exciting and fun to watch. But, with all of these options, where is the best place to start?


11. Ewoks (1986)(Animated)

There is no better way to describe this show other than care bears meets Star Wars. The show Ewoks is, you probably guessed it, centered around the ewoks and their adventures on Endor’s moon. It is certainly a show that you can tell is from the 80s from both the story line as well as the animation. It is certainly a fun show that kids and adults would enjoy but it’s definitely nothing short of cheesy. However, if you’re looking for a mindless show with good messages this is the thing to watch and it’s enjoyable for the whole family. Although it comes at “the worst” of this list it is definitely not a bad show. 


10. Droids (1986)(Animated)

Droids is another show that was released in 1986 and it follows C-3P0 and his counterpart R2-D2 on some rather exciting adventures. Very similarly to Ewoks the viewer can tell that it is definitely not the most modern TV show that Star Wars has to offer. However, it definitely still has a very engaging and entertaining storyline. It also is very amusing to see the two droid friends interact. The story, again much like Ewoks, is wonderful for everyone of all ages, much like all of Star Wars, and I believe it is definitely a fun show that is worth watching. 


9. Visions (2021)(Animated)

Star Wars Visions was a very new experience as it was the first time Japanese culture was brought into Star Wars. It was interesting to see Star Wars in not just a new style but embracing new cultures as well. However, despite the interesting new experience it offered it was sort of all of the place with the story. Although each episode was meant to be its own tale it was a little confusing to see it jumping around the star wars timeline and never really clarifying what was going on. Despite the flaws though it’s definitely worth viewing, if anything but for the experience it brings. 


8. Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventure (2016)(Animated)

The Freemaker Adventure is one of the many pieces of content that Lego Star Wars has to offer to the fans. This show is definitely something to watch if you need a good laugh and something that doesn’t treat itself too seriously. The show follows three siblings as they run away from sith and make their way to the rebellion. It’s definitely more directed to children but much like every show on this list it’s fun for the whole family. 


7. Lego Star Wars: Droid Tales (2015)(Animated)

Droid Tales is yet another Lego Star Wars show but do not confuse it with the show Droids as they are two vastly different shows. This show takes place after the rebellion but has the retelling of all original six star wars movies through C-3PO’s eyes as well as adding the comedy Lego Star Wars is known for. The show also has the side plot of C-3PO looking for R2 who was kidnapped by a mysterious person. The show will definitely guarantee you a good laugh and it’s a great way to take the seriousness out of even the most heartbreaking Star Wars scenes. 


6. The Clone Wars (2003)(Animated)

This show is not to be confused with a show further down the list. Star Wars the Clone Wars 2003 was the original clone wars show. It went from the end of Attack of the Clone to right up to the start of Revenge of the Sith. In the middle of both, it shows all the fun adventures that Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi endured as well as introducing several new amazing characters. Along with introducing new characters it shows deeper insight into more well known characters like Yoda and Padme. It is definitely an action packed show that is very exciting to watch and enjoy. 


5. The Mandalorian (2019)(Live action)

The Mandalorian is arguably the most well known show that Star Wars has ever released. The best description for it’s vibe is if Star Wars became a western series. The show follows a lone Mandalorian Bounty Hunter on his journey through a post-empire galaxy. This show is perhaps not directed towards young children but for teens and adults it is quite the show to enjoy and watch. It carries with it so much depth which is something I really love to see in TV shows and in the characters that show up. The show is one that I have watched again and all the characters are lovable, well besides the antagonists. I definitely encourage you if you haven’t watched it that you check it out. 


4. The Book of Boba Fett (2021)(Live action)

The Book of Boba Fett, although very recent, has quickly become one of my favorite shows. It follows Boba after his appearance in the Mandalorian and it’s been an amazing experience. There is enough action where it doesn’t get boring but enough of a plot that it’s engaging as well. For me it’s wonderful to see a character who was originally a faceless man have such a large character arc and development. It’s definitely worth watching not just once but again and again. 


3. Rebels (2014)(Animated)

Rebels is a show that follows a found family of characters who are fighting against the evil Empire in hopes to make the galaxy a better place. Rebels has a healthy mixture of action and emotion and plot where it’s interesting for people of all age groups. The mixture of characters is also amazing as it’s nice to see that you don’t have to have originally been someone important to make an impact. It carries so many wonderful messages as well which makes it even more interesting to watch. The characters are also written so well that they seem almost like they could be real people which is always good for an engaging TV show. 


2. The Bad Batch (2021)(Animated)

The Bad Batch is another recent show but it’s phenomenal. The show follows a group of genetically mutated clones as they try to navigate the galaxy with the Empire forming. The show has so many fun cameos of characters as well as such an interesting and engaging plot that makes you want to watch it over and over. It also makes the characters so human which many Star Wars shows have been able to execute. The Bad Batch is very similar to the clone wars in style, both art and storyline, and it’s definitely just as good as the clone wars as well. If you were a fan of the clone wars and have yet to watch the bad batch I highly recommend that you check it out. You won’t be disappointed.


1. The Clone Wars (2008)(Animated)

The show that made the number one on the list is the show that I have loved from the moment that I watched the first episode. Star Wars the Clone Wars 2008 is, arguably, the best show Star Wars has to offer. The large number of characters, some well known and others known, are able to keep the viewer engaged and excited to see where the adventures are going to lead. It humanizes characters that originally were two dimensional as well as provides new incentive to characters who we only got to see peeks into their lives. Although the show is animated it most certainly is not just intended for kids because there are some things you only see the deepness of as you grow older. If I am going to recommend only one show on this list it is definitely this one, I can guarantee if you watch it you will be satisfied. 


There are so many shows that have been released so far but there are so many more that are in store for us in the future. The Star Wars shows have never disappointed and I, along with several other Star Wars fans, anxiously await the new shows yet to come. However, until they are released May the force be with you.