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Star Wars: Rebels Fall Finale Episode “Rebel Assault” Preview!

Star Wars: Rebels will air it’s next episode this coming Monday (11/13), the last episode before the show takes a winter hiatus. In the single half-hour episode we’ll get to see Hera lead the assault on Thrawn and his forces! Here is the press release about the episode with images!

 

In the next (half-hour) episode – “Rebel Assault” – Hera leads a courageous attack against the forces of Grand Admiral Thrawn, but when things go awry, her battle to win must become a daring escape if she is to survive.

 

 

See Hera and the Ghost crew in action next MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13th (9:00 p.m. ET/PT) on Disney XD in the last premiere episode of 2017 before “Star Wars Rebels” takes a Winter hiatus. New episodes leading to an epic series finale will return in early 2018.  

“Rebel Assault” will also be available MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13th (12:01 a.m. PT) on DisneyNOW.

 

 

Here is a tweet from LFL’s Tracy Cannobbio confirming the show’s winter break:

 

 

 

Here are the official images released for the episode:

 

 

 

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