Disney’s Star Wars: Rangers of the New Republic was initially announced alongside a slate of several Mandalorian spin-offs late last year. However, the show is reportedly now no longer in active development.
According to a report from Variety regarding Dave Filoni’s promotion within the Star Wars universe, the site noted that Rangers of the New Republic was no longer in active development. The series was initially announced in December, and while no information was revealed at the time, it was long speculated that Gina Carano’s Cara Dune would be the lead role in the show.
However, after Carano was removed from all Star Wars projects in February, it seems as if the show is currently in limbo. No other information on the show has been confirmed, so it seems as if Disney and Lucasfilms are keeping things close to the chest when it comes to the future of Rangers of the New Republic.
As for its other spin-offs, Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy announced that both Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau are executive producing several shows, including The Book of Boba Fett (which is currently shooting and premiering in December), Ahsoka (starring Rosario Dawson), and The Clone Wars.