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Movies And Series (2020) we show you the order in which to see all the Star Wars movies and series, chronologically, by release date, or by various narrative elements.

What is the correct order for watching Star Wars movies? Yes, although you may not believe it, like almost everything that surrounds the Lucasfilm galactic saga, there is a whole heated and lively debate on which is the most appropriate way to approach the Star Wars film series. 

Although it may seem a simple matter, there are great and varied ways to enjoy the saga, with its negative and positive aspects, in this article, we will tell you all about star war movie orders let’s see them

Release order:

  • A New Hope (1997): Episode IV
  • The Empire Strikes Back (1980): Episode V
  • Return of the Jedi (1983): Episode VI
  • The Phantom Menace (1999): Episode I
  • Attack of the Clones (2002): Episode II
  • Revenge of the Sith (2005): Episode III
  • The Force Awakens (2015): Episode VII
  • A Star Wars Story (2016): Rogue One
  • The Last Jedi (2017): Episode VIII
  • A Star Wars Story (2018): Han Solo
  • Skywalker’s Rise (2019): Episode IX

This is the best way to watch Star Wars movies if you ask a fan of pure stock. The order of release is a natural way of approaching Star Wars since it follows the way in which the films arrived at theatres, without revealing script turns or forcing the machinery.

Chronological order:

  • The Phantom Menace: Episode I
  • Attack of the Clones: Episode II
  • Revenge of the Sith: Episode III
  • A Star Wars Story: Han Solo
  • A Star Wars Story: Rogue One
  • A New Hope: Episode IV
  • The Empire Strikes Back: Episode V
  • Return of the Jedi: Episode VI
  • The Force Awakens: Episode VII
  • The Last Jedi: Episode VIII
  • Skywalker’s Rise: Episode IX

It is perhaps the least recommended option, especially considering that the films were not conceived to be viewed in this way since there are decades between the premieres of each. 

With the chronological order of the story, unless you are a complete absolute neophyte in the saga – a very difficult thing these days the script turn is usually completely spoiled, to which we must add that it can be somewhat indigestible first of all if we take into account the great differences in quality and style existing in the so-called prequel trilogy. It is a suitable form if only all the released tapes have been seen.

Extended chronological order including series:

  • The Phantom Menace: Episode I
  • Attack of the Clones: Episode II
  • Animated series: The Clone Wars
  • Revenge of the Sith: Episode III
  • A Star Wars Story: Han Solo
  • Animated series: Star Wars Rebels
  • A Star Wars Story: Rogue One
  • A New Hope: Episode IV
  • The Empire Strikes Back: Episode V
  • Return of the Jedi: Episode VI
  • The Mandalorian
  • The Force Awakens: Episode VII
  • The Last Jedi: Episode VIII
  • Skywalker’s Rise: Episode IX

The hardest option, the most hardcore and special of those included in this report. We are talking about an extended chronological order, which follows the usual chronological order, but which adds several animation series.

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