Disney announced a huge slate of upcoming series for Star Wars fans on Thursday, including two spinoffs of "The Mandalorian" coming to Disney+.

During Disney's Investor Day presentation, Kathleen Kennedy of Lucasfilm announced that "The Rangers of the New Republic" and "Ahsoka," both set in the timeline of "The Mandalorian," will find their way to the streaming service.

Ahsoka Tano, who -- spoiler alert -- made her debut on "The Mandalorian" a couple weeks ago, will return in a self-titled show with Rosario Dawson again in the role of the Jedi introduced in the animated "The Clone Wars" series.

Other upcoming "Star Wars" Disney+ series include "Andor," "Obi Wan-Kenobi," "The Bad Batch," "Star Wars: Visions," "Lando," "The Acolyte," and "A Droid Story."

Not a lot of details on the other series, though "Andor" will feature "Rogue One" favorite Cassian Andor, played by Diego Luna, returning to the role.

The upcoming Obi Wan show, which has previously announced, will also see a familiar face return to the galaxy: Hayden Christensen. The Anakin Skywalker actor will play Darth Vader opposite old friend Ewan McGregor in a series that picks up 10 years after "Revenge of the Sith."

It's not yet clear whether the "Lando" series will feature old Lando Calrissian, played by Billy Dee Williams, or young Lando, played by Donald Glover in "Solo: A Star Wars Story."

Most of the series will be debuting on the service in the next few years.

Kennedy also revealed "Wonder Woman" director Patty Jenkins will be at the helm of "Rogue Squadron," which will hit theaters in 2023, and that Oscar-winning filmmaker Taika Waititi is developing a separate "Star Wars" project.

And separate from "Star Wars," we'll also get a new "Willow" series, featuring Warwick Davis and directed by Jon Chu, based on the 1988 fantasy film by Ron Howard.

The studio has made Disney+ a priority since its launch last year, and it's paid off: Disney's chief executive officer Bob Chapek announced Thursday that the streaming service currently had almost 87 million subscribers as of Dec. 2.

In addition to 10 new "Star Wars" series, 15 Disney or Pixar films will be released directly on Disney+ in the future, as will 10 series from Marvel.

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