The “Star Wars” movies are now easy to stream on Disney+, but don’t expect the complete Skywalker Saga to be available for a while. “Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker” won’t hit Disney+ for a few months. So when will “Episode IX” release on the streaming service?

As previously reported, Disney executives have confirmed that there will still be a roughly seven-month wait between the theatrical release and the streaming debut. The company still wants to make sure consumers buy movie tickets, Blu-rays and digital copies before finally adding it to Disney+. That means that “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” should be expected to join Disney+ around July.

Of course, there is still so much “Star Wars” content on Disney+ without the newest movie. “Episode 9” is the final installment of the Skywalker Saga, but the service has all eight other movies. Additionally, prequels like “Rogue One” and “Solo” are also available.

Then there are the animated titles. LEGO has “The New Yoda Chronicles,” which has five 22-minute installments. “LEGO Star Wars All-Stars” features five animated episodes as well. There are shorts like “Star Wars: Forces of Destiny” and “Star Wars Blips.” Fan-favorite “The Clone Wars” is there in full (with the final season coming in February) along with the “Resistance” Seasons 1-4 and “Rebels” Season 1.

A 2004 documentary is also available. “Empire of Dreams: The Story of the Star Wars Trilogy” details how the franchise launched. The two-and-a-half-hour film was directed by Edith Becker and Kevin Burns as George Lucas wrapped up his initial six-movie plan.

Of course, there is new content from a galaxy far, far away as well. “The Mandalorian” Season 1 will wrap up with episode 8 on Dec. 27.

There is also an Obi-Wan Kenobi series on the way. Ewan McGregor will reprise his role from the prequel trilogy. The series will take place eight years after “Episode III” but 11 years before “Episode IV.” Production will begin next year.

Yet another series is also in the works for Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) and K-2SO (Alan Tudyk) as well, so there’s plenty for “Star Wars” fans to look forward to on Disney+ aside from “Rise of Skywalker.”

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