Season 2 of Star Wars: The Bad Batch begins months after the destruction of the Kamino clone house in Season 1. In addition to the Bad Batch clones, Season 2 also features the return of Omega (Michelle Ang) – a young female clone who becomes part of the clone trooper family in Season 1 – as the group continues to desperately evade the Empire.
Discussing how he loves the way The Clone Wars and The Bad Batch are intertwined with the live-action prequel trilogy, Dee Bradley Baker said the two series are “a beautiful fulfillment of the become ‘Star Wars’ stories”.
“I know it’s a priority of [executive producer] David Filoni [to have the series feel like the] “War of stars” [movies] that George Lucas created with his tone and style,” Baker said. “Lucas took things in very big and interesting, unexpected turns after the nimble start with ‘Episode IV’ and then [he went] back to the prequels, where it’s going big with this very ambitious, larger politico-military reality that’s playing out.”