Obi-Wan Kenobi is the series that Disney+ is counting on this June. In the same line as the Mandalorian and Boba Fett, this mini-series should fill a hole in the chronology of the Star Wars universe, but also deepen a secondary character. The Uncle Ben has been too little emphasized in the original trilogy and the 20 years that separate the first two trilogies are nevertheless rich in stories.
Through the episodes that follow Obi-Wan, we discover how the Jedis lived after the execution order 66 issued by the Emperor. Between saving themselves and serving, there was much to do.
This series, like the others, is the result of Disney's desire to complete the universe. On the one hand, it is good for the fans. On the other hand, the Disney brand is very visible. Will it have marked the subscribers? Or will it have no effect on their judgment of this series? This is what we discover: