After nearly five full years of regular broadcasts on the official Star Wars YouTube Channel, the behind-the-scenes news series The Star Wars Show is ending its current run and going into an indefinite hiatus.
As announced in the new episode of The Star Wars Show released today, hosts Andi Gutierrez and Anthony Carboni are taking “a step back” from the monthly (and previously weekly) shows, with the intent of popping back up here and there for the occasional special or to cover Star Wars events.
Watch “The Star Wars Show” for December 16, 2020:
- Lucasfilm’s Emmy-winning webseries The Star Wars Show is going on an indefinite hiatus, stepping back from producing its monthly behind-the-scenes look at A Galaxy Far, Far Away.
- Hosts Andi Gutierrez and Anthony Carboni made the announcement on the show’s season finale, which was released today on the official Star Wars YouTube channel, though they insisted they will return for occasional specials.
- The Star Wars Show launched in May of 2016 and ran weekly until January of 2020, when it went monthly and saw a news-focused spinoff entitled This Week in Star Wars hosted by Lucasfilm’s Kristin Baver.
- Over four and a half years, The Star Wars Show hosted countless celebrities as guests, created sketch comedy and remote pieces, and mostly delivered a reliable dose of Star Wars content to fans.
What they’re saying:
- Co-host Anthony Carboni: “Thank you all for watching, to our amazing crew, and to all the wonderful and generous people in the Star Wars galaxy who appeared on the show over the last five years. It’s been incredible. May the Force be with you.”
- Co-host Andi Gutierrez: “We’ve been lucky enough to have some of the best fans around watching and supporting our unique brand of Star Wars fun and cringe.”