Serving as a writer and director on the “Ahsoka” series, Dave Filoni takes his contributions to the “Star Wars” extended universe with a great amount of care. As “Ahsoka” is heavily rumored to be continuing loose ends from “Star Wars: Rebels,” we’re watching Filoni slowly incorporate characters he previously developed in the animated series into live-action. Last season in “The Mandalorian,” Ahsoka made her debut live-action appearance played by Rosario Dawson, and Katee Sackhoff’s physical reprisal of Bo-Katan is sharing the spotlight as a consistent supporting role in season 3.

Outside of “Andor,” all of the Disney+ series in near future are specifically filling in the gap between the original and sequel trilogies. As a keeper of the timeline, Filoni will be continuing to see where these stories could possibly intersect, referring to this cluster as an “ecosystem of characters and events.” Favreau shared with TheWrap:

“It’s an interesting way to think about it. I tend to think, as we’ve been working on ‘The Mandalorian’ and then writing ‘Ahsoka,’ and then Jon Watts came in with ‘Skeleton Crew,’ there is an entire time period that is post-‘Return of the Jedi.’ And I look at that time period, which before ‘The Force Awakens,’ is around 30 years of time. When you look at the original trilogy, it’s a much less significant amount of time that those three movies take place in. And so, what I like is that we’re really building very slowly an ecosystem of characters and politics and events in the post-‘Return of the Jedi’ time period. And that may or may not expand in a bigger way as we add more shows to it and add more characters to it.”