After yesterday's news about The Clone Wars, James Arnold Taylor and Catherine Taber, the voices of Obi-wan Kenobi and Padme Amidala, respectively, came onto the Full of Sith podcast to discuss their feelings about the end of the show.
They've spent almost a decade working on The Clone Wars and had quite a lot to say about their feelings about the show and the cancellation. For his part, James wrote a letter about his feelings as the show coming to an end and it's really something that ought to be read. But afterwards, there were still things he had to say.
James and Cat talked about what the plan for The Clone Wars was (8 seasons!), what they would have liked to see happen with the final seasons (ABCs next to Once Upon a Time!) and what their experience with the show over the course of their career has been like.
Yesterday was an emotional day for Star Wars fans and this conversation was exactly what I needed to feel better about things. It's really something that just needs to be heard. Here are the official show notes for the episode:
With yesterday’s news of the cancellation of Star Wars: The Clone Wars it’s as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced. In this special episode, James Arnold Taylor (the voice of Obi-Wan Kenobi) and Catherine Taber (the voice of Padme) join Mike, Bryan, and Consetta in their first post-Clone Wars interview to share their stories of the show and their hopes for the future of Star Wars.
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To listen to the episode, head over to the Full of Sith website. Or click here for a direct link to the mp3 of this special episode.