Diego Luna Reprising ‘Rogue One’ Character In New ‘Star Wars’ TV Series

Star Wars Film Rogue One to Get Prequel Series at Disney's Streaming Service; Diego Luna to Reprise Role

Star Wars TV series with Diego Luna as his Rogue One character in the works

Disney announced Thursday development on another live-action Star Wars TV series, this one centered around Diego Luna's doomed Rogue One character Cassian Andor. Lucasfilm is developing the series, which will go into production next year.

The series was being made for Disney+ with a release date yet to be determined, the company said in a release.

As for the Marvel, Disney confirmed a Loki series that was rumored last month.

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It will also be a hub for animated content, including the next season of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" and an new original animated series based on Pixar's "Monsters Inc".

Disney said past year that it plans to launch its own streaming service in 2019 and would pull its first-run movies from Netflix to put them on a Disney-branded service.

Pricing and availability for Disney+ have not been revealed yet, but the platform is set to launch in the fall of 2019. "It's still being iterated". Iger said Disney is aiming to win new subscribers by investing in more original programming and taking Hulu into new worldwide markets. Only on Disney's new streaming service. Iger noted that due to the service's lighter content load, the price at launch will be less than Netflix, which now offers customers three tiers of membership ranging from $7.99 to $13.99.

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Swelling with its takeover of much of 21st Century Fox, Disney is fortifying itself with ammunition to battle deep-pocketed tech companies like Netflix, Apple and Amazon. "It's a very strong play for advertisers because it can offer targeted ads, it has a great demo, a great user experience and the quality of the TV programming is quite high". "We're going to superserve fans" Iger said. However, there's no word yet on a Scarlet Witch series that was also.

Disney+ is one of several efforts from the media giant to compete with Netflix and other streaming services in the direct-to-consumer, internet-delivered video market, bypassing traditional distributors that now provide billions of dollars in revenue to the company.

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