From THE CLONE WARS To ANDOR: Every STAR WARS TV Show Ranked According To Their Rotten Tomatoes Scores

Disney has quickly established an entire slate of Star Wars TV shows, and with Andor now at an end, we're seeing how they all stack up - animated and live-action - against each other. Check it out...

Love it or hate it, Rotten Tomatoes is now more important than ever when it comes to whether moviegoers decide to check out the latest releases in theaters, and it's not uncommon for studios to tout scores as proudly as star ratings. However, in recent years, it's become every bit as important for TV shows, especially when there are so many options out there. 

In the case of the Star Wars franchise, the past few years have seen Lucasfilm shift focus to prioritising exploring that Galaxy out on the small screen rather than the big one. 

They've found great success on Disney+ in the wake of what proved to be a disappointing end to the Skywalker Saga, and there hasn't been a single "Rotten" outing among them. However, from The Clone Wars to Andor, each of these shows - whether it be in animation or live-action - ends up comparing vastly differently when those all-important scores are placed side-by-side.

To take a look through this ranking, simply click on the "Next" button down below!

8. The Book Of Boba Fett


Score: 66%

Rotten or Fresh? Fresh

Critics Consensus: The Book of Boba Fett could never match the adventures that existed in fans' imaginations for decades, but it earns its commission with spectacular set pieces and Temuera Morrison's commanding presence.

Boba Fett's return in The Mandalorian was welcomed by fans, as was a post-credits scene at the end of season 2 revealing that the bounty hunter had decided to take over Tatooine. Unfortunately, his solo series was a mess, with the time he spent alongside the Tusken Raiders proving to be thoroughly underwhelming.

The scenes set in the present day were a little better, but The Book of Boba Fett was at its best when it basically became The Mandalorian season 2.5.

7. Obi-Wan Kenobi


Score: 82%

Rotten or Fresh? Fresh

Critics Consensus: This won't be the Obi-Wan Kenobi some viewers are looking for, but Ewan McGregor's soulful performance and some refreshing twists make this a satisfying -- if circuitous -- addition to the Star Wars saga.

Yeah, we don't get this one at all. Obi-Wan Kenobi was a Star Wars fan's dream come true, with heaps of epic moments and one of the franchise's greatest lightsaber duels of all time. 

Admittedly, there were some low points, and the production values occasionally fell short due to an overreliance on The Volume. This series still worked as an "inbetweenquel," however, and Hayden Christensen's phenomenal return as Darth Vader alone should mean this show places much higher on this list. 

6. The Bad Batch


Score: 86%

Rotten or Fresh? Fresh

Critics Consensus: The Bad Batch's beautifully animated adventure may be too lore heavy for casual viewers, but fans will enjoy diving deeper into this dastardly cast of characters.

Ever since George Lucas confirmed the original Star Wars trilogy's Stormtroopers weren't clones, fans have wondered how the Empire transitioned from them to recruiting soldiers for the cause. The Bad Batch has offered some insight into that, though this is definitely one for the more hardcore fans. 

Yes, it's been fun to follow the adventures of the title characters, but this has never really felt like the most essential story to tell despite featuring some memorable moments. Fingers crossed season 2 ups the ante. 

5. Star Wars Resistance


Score: 92%

Rotten or Fresh? Fresh

Critics Consensus: Star Wars: Resistance's streamlined story sets the stage for exciting adventures -- and seems poised to explore a canvas stocked with immediately relatable characters and plenty of potential.

Star Wars Resistance doesn't have that many reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, an indication perhaps that there was always a lack of interest in the animated series. Fans never got too into either, in fairness, likely because it was basically a wholly unnecessary prequel to The Force Awakens

An uninspired animation style didn't help matters, and while the voice cast was solid - as were many of the characters we spent time with - we think this score would have been quite a bit lower had more critics decided to share their thoughts. 

4. The Clone Wars (TIE)


Score: 93%

Rotten or Fresh? Fresh

Critics Consensus: Thanks to its beautifully animated action-sequences and its impressively layered storytelling, The Clone Wars' final chapter affirms its place as one of Star Wars' greatest entries.

Arguably one of the greatest animated TV shows of all time, The Clone Wars expanded this Galaxy Far, Far Away in ways that had, and continue to have, far-reaching consequences. Dave Filoni deepened the lore in an unimaginable manner, with Ahsoka Tano's introduction arguably the biggest thing to come out of this one. 

Whether you've never seen the series or have simply been meaning to revisit it, we'd strongly recommend you do so as soon as possible, especially with Ahsoka on the horizon. 

4. The Mandalorian (TIE)


Score: 93%

Rotten or Fresh? Fresh

Critics Consensus: With fan favorites and fresh faces galore both in front of and behind the camera,The Mandalorian's sophomore season solidifies its place as one of Star Wars's most engaging and exciting sagas.

Arguably among the greatest Star Wars stories ever told, The Mandalorian is far from over, but those first two seasons are hard to find fault with. Not everyone is on board with the role characters like Ahsoka Tano, Luke Skywalker, and Boba Fett have played, but this show has proven to be the perfect way to build this franchise out in a fan-pleasing manner.

That's not something the sequels could ever say, and with Din Djarin and Grogu's beautiful father/son relationship at the heart of this series, we can't wait to see where it takes us next. 

4. Andor (TIE)


Score: 93%

Rotten or Fresh? Fresh

Critics Consensus: A gritty adventure told from the ground perspective of the Empire's reign, Andor is an exceptionally mature and political entry into the Star Wars mythos -- and one of the best yet.

Hailed by some fans as the greatest Star Wars story ever told, we wouldn't quite go that far, but it's fair to say Andor is still a very special series. Despite a slow start, and a perhaps too-detailed look into the first year of this five-year period prior to Rogue One, there have indeed been many times when the show is positively breathtaking.

Whether it's the incredible dialogue, a new spin on this Galaxy, or a fascinating glimpse into the Rebellion's formation, we can forgive its negative points and confidently say it deserves to sit here. 

3. Star Wars: Visions


Score: 96%

Rotten or Fresh? Fresh

Critics Consensus: Gorgeously animated and wildly creative, Visions is an eclectic, but wholly enjoyable collection of Star Wars stories that breathe new life into the galaxy.

Unlike any other series listed here, Star Wars: Visions is wholly unique. The animated shorts were created exclusively by Japanese studios, and this is Star Wars on a whole different level. 

If you're not an anime fan, your mileage may vary. The stories, which aren't considered canon (though there are conflicting thoughts on that), are all very vastly different from one another and worth checking out. We know many of you have grown tired of this Disney era of Star Wars, so this is a great place to find something new. 

2. Star Wars Rebels


Score: 98%

Rotten or Fresh? Fresh

Critics Consensus: Rebels adds new dimension to an unexplored sector of the Star Wars timeline, inserting a ragtag group of lovable characters into a galactic adventure that all ages can enjoy.

We both are and aren't surprised to see Star Wars Rebels here, especially as that first season...well, it definitely got better as it went along. Another Dave Filoni story, we would ultimately fall in love with the crew of the Ghost, all while getting new insights into the Rebellion and Empire. 

Throw in Ahsoka Tano's long-awaited return for a duel with Darth Vader and a cliffhanger that left us all on the edges of our seats, and this was a superb sequel to The Clone Wars. We even got to see how Maul's story ended, a fantastic bonus. 

1. Tales Of The Jedi


Score: 100%

Rotten or Fresh? Fresh

Critics Consensus: Under the reliable stewardship of Dave Filoni, Tales of the Jedi is an absorbing expansion of Star Wars lore that will delight Padawan-level fans and encyclopedic Force scholars alike.

The only Star Wars TV series with a perfect score, Tales of the Jedi was definitely something special (even if it was a little too brief for our liking at just six episodes). 

Fleshing out this Galaxy in meaningful ways, we got to revisit key moments in history, including Ahsoka Tano's childhood and Padme Amidala's funeral from her point of view. We also witnessed Count Dooku's fall to the Dark Side, with Yaddle's tragic final fate revealed in the process. We need more like this from Dave Filoni as soon as possible because this was essential viewing.

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