During the Disney+ panel at D23, Kathleen Kennedy took to the stage to talk about the numerous upcoming Star Wars projects for the streaming service. In addition to providing some updates on the Cassian Andor series, she announced a release date for the seventh season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Well, not so much of a date, but a month and a year: February 2020.

The seventh season of The Clone Wars picks up right where season six left off after it was canceled. It is expected to fill in a lot of the gaps that take place before the events of Revenge of the Sith including the Siege of Mandalore. This is one of the final major events before the conclusion of the Clone Wars and will be a major focus of the season. It will be covered in a multi-episode arc that will include Ahsoka Tano, Maul, Bo-Katan, Captain Rex, and more.

Season seven will also address one of the biggest cliffhangers from season six: Ashoka Tano leaving the Jedi Order. We’ll see reactions from Ashoka’s, Anakin’s, and Obi-Wan’s perspectives which will hopefully bring closure for many fans of the character and series.

The final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars will have 12 episodes.