Star Wars Untold Stories

Star Wars Untold Stories

A podcast about a galaxy, far, far away: Entertainment Weekly reporter James Hibberd and critic Darren Franich discuss the latest Star Wars projects and news -- from The Rise of Skywalker to The Mandalorian to re-watches of classic Star Wars titles. Subscribe today, it’s not a trap!... Show More

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December 13, 2019 45 min

James, Darren and special guest Devan Coggan discuss the most controversial Star Wars film and break down Mandalorian episode 6

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James and Darren are joined by EW’s Chancellor Agard to talk the Disney+ version of Tatooine and the curious charms of Episode 3.

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James and Darren discuss the fourth episode of “The Mandalorian,” which has them reaching for some unexpected comparisons in TV history. Then they dive into the best “Star Wars” movie ever made, and the twist that changed the franchise.

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November 22, 2019 43 min

James and Darren dive into episodes 2 and 3 of The Mandalorian, discuss EW’s Rise of Skywalker cover story, reveal some new details about A New Hope’s climactic Death Star battle and James geeks out about the old school charms of Jedi Fallen Order. 

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November 12, 2019 40 min

James Hibberd and Darren Franich might not agree on the first episode of the Disney+ “Star Wars” spin-off, but they can’t get enough of the newest addition to “A New Hope.”

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November 11, 2019 1 min

Coming soon: Star Wars Untold Stories...Entertainment Weekly announces a new podcast covering the world of Star Wars, launching Nov. 12, 2019. 

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