Here’s a constantly updated list outlining scheduled canon releases for Star Wars movies, TV series, adult novels, short stories and comics.
The Phantom Menace (saga film)
Attack of the Clones (saga film)
The Clone Wars seasons 1-5 (TV series, see chronological sequence, including theatrical feature)
The Clone Wars: The Lost Missions (unaired episodes from The Clone Wars TV series)
The Clone Wars: Crystal Crisis on Utapau (story reels from The Clone Wars TV series)
Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir #1-4 (The Clone Wars comic)
Revenge of the Sith (saga film)
A New Dawn (Rebels novel)
Rebels (TV series, in progress)
Star Wars: A New Hope (saga film)
Star Wars #1 (comic)
One Thousand Levels Down (short story from Star Wars Insider magazine issue 151)
The Empire Strikes Back (saga film)
Return of the Jedi (saga films)
Blade Squadron (short story from Star Wars Insider magazine issues 149 & 150)
Still to come:
Star Wars: Darth Vader #1 & #2 (comic)
Blurb: Ever since Darth Vader made his first on-screen appearance, he became the one of the most popular villains to ever haunt an audience’s dreams! Now, follow Vader straight from the ending of “Star Wars: A New Hope” (and the pages of the new STAR WARS comic book) into his own series, showing the Empire’s war with the Rebel Alliance from the other side! Writer Kieron Gillen and artist Salvador Larroca bring us a peek behind the mask of evil!
Star Wars #2 (comic)
Blurb: THE GREATEST SPACE ADVENTURE OF ALL TIME CONTINUES!
The Rebel assault on Cymoon 1 continues!
Luke Skywalker – cornered by Darth Vader!
Han, Leia, and the others – trapped!
March 2015: Star Wars: Princess Leia #1 (five-part comic miniseries)
March 3, 2015: Heir to the Jedi (novel)
Blurb: Luke Skywalker’s game-changing destruction of the Death Star has made him not only a hero of the Rebel Alliance but a valuable asset in the ongoing battle against the Empire. Though he’s a long way from mastering the power of the Force, there’s no denying his phenomenal skills as a pilot—and in the eyes of Rebel leaders Princess Leia Organa and Admiral Ackbar, there’s no one better qualified to carry out a daring rescue mission crucial to the Alliance cause.
A brilliant alien cryptographer renowned for her ability to breach even the most advanced communications systems is being detained by Imperial agents determined to exploit her exceptional talents for the Empire’s purposes. But the prospective spy’s sympathies lie with the Rebels, and she’s willing to join their effort in exchange for being reunited with her family. It’s an opportunity to gain a critical edge against the Empire that’s too precious to pass up. It’s also a job that demands the element of surprise. So Luke and the ever-resourceful droid R2-D2 swap their trusty X-wing fighter for a sleek space yacht piloted by brash recruit Nakari Kelen, daughter of a biotech mogul, who’s got a score of her own to settle with the Empire.
Challenged by ruthless Imperial bodyguards, death-dealing enemy battleships, merciless bounty hunters, and monstrous brain-eating parasites, Luke plunges head-on into a high-stakes espionage operation that will push his abilities as a Rebel fighter and would-be Jedi to the limit. If ever he needed the wisdom of Obi-Wan Kenobi to shepherd him through danger, it’s now. But Luke will have to rely on himself, his friends, and his own burgeoning relationship with the Force to survive.
April 2015: Star Wars: Kanan #1 (comic)
April 28, 2015: Lords of the Sith (novel)
Blurb: A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. . . .
When the Emperor and his notorious apprentice, Darth Vader, find themselves stranded in the middle of insurgent action on an inhospitable planet, they must rely on each other, the Force, and their own ruthlessness to prevail.
“It appears things are as you suspected, Lord Vader. We are indeed hunted.”
Anakin Skywalker, Jedi Knight, is just a memory. Darth Vader, newly anointed Sith Lord, is ascendant. The Emperor’s chosen apprentice has swiftly proven his loyalty to the dark side. Still, the history of the Sith Order is one of duplicity, betrayal, and acolytes violently usurping their Masters—and the truest measure of Vader’s allegiance has yet to be taken. Until now.
On Ryloth, a planet crucial to the growing Empire as a source of slave labor and the narcotic known as “spice,” an aggressive resistance movement has arisen, led by Cham Syndulla, an idealistic freedom fighter, and Isval, a vengeful former slave. But Emperor Palpatine means to control the embattled world and its precious resources—by political power or firepower—and he will be neither intimidated nor denied. Accompanied by his merciless disciple, Darth Vader, he sets out on a rare personal mission to ensure his will is done.
For Syndulla and Isval, it’s the opportunity to strike at the very heart of the ruthless dictatorship sweeping the galaxy. And for the Emperor and Darth Vader, Ryloth becomes more than just a matter of putting down an insurrection: When an ambush sends them crashing to the planet’s surface, where inhospitable terrain and an army of resistance fighters await them, they will find their relationship tested as never before. With only their lightsabers, the dark side of the Force, and each other to depend on, the two Sith must decide if the brutal bond they share will make them victorious allies or lethal adversaries.
July 7, 2015: Dark Disciple (The Clone Wars novel)
Based on a series of scripts originally written for the unaired seventh season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and starring ex-Sith bounty hunter, Asajj Ventress, and the unorthodox Jedi Quinlan Vos, this new Star Wars tale of love and loss, betrayal and redemption is being produced in creative collaboration with the Lucasfilm Story Group and Dave Filoni, supervising director of The Clone Wars and executive producer of Star Wars Rebels. Star Wars: Dark Disciple hits the shelves on July 7, 2015.
December 18, 2015: The Force Awakens (saga film)
Director: J.J. Abrams
Writers: Lawrence Kasdan and J.J. Abrams from a story by George Lucas and Michael Arndt(?)
Starring John Boyega (as Finn), Daisy Ridley (as Rey), Adam Driver (as Kylo Ren?), Oscar Isaac (as Poe Dameron), Andy Serkis, Lupita Nyong’o, Gwendoline Christie (as Captain Phasma?), Domhnall Gleeson, Max von Sydow, Harrison Ford (as Han Solo), Carrie Fisher (as Leia), Mark Hamill (as Luke Skywalker), Anthony Daniels (as C-3PO), Peter Mayhew (as Chewbacca) and Kenny Baker (as R2-D2)
December 16, 2016: Untitled bounty hunter(?) standalone film
Director: Gareth Edwards
Writer: Gary Whitta
2017(?): Episode VIII (saga film)
Writer/director: Rian Johnson
Production designer: Rick Heinrichs
2018(?): Untitled Han Solo(?) standalone film
Director: Josh Trank
Writer: Simon Kinberg(?)
2019(?): Episode IX (saga film)
Based on a story by Rian Johnson(?)
2020(?): Red Five(?) (standalone film)