A few days ago, we brought you word of a story treatment for a TV show called Star Wars: Reclamation. The treatment, which consisted of several scanned pages, surfaced on IMDb in a forum discussion about The Clone Wars supervising director Dave Filoni's continued involvement in Star Wars animated television work for Disney. Both the format and the content of the treatment looked sketchy at the time, but we didn't know for sure. I reached out to several sources within Lucasfilm for comment and can now confirm that the Reclamation document is fake.
"This is something we've never seen before," Lucasfilm spokeswoman Tracy Cannobbio told me in an email.
So there you have it. Disney is working on more Star Wars television, but Reclamation is not part of that plan.
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