Comedy series revolving around the education of the first human clone.

Clone - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2008-11-17

Clone - Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003 TV series) - Netflix

Star Wars: Clone Wars (sometimes referred to as Tartakovsky's Clone Wars) is an American animated television micro-series adapted, directed, produced and co-written by Genndy Tartakovsky, set in the Star Wars universe. Produced and released between the films Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, it is the first of many works to explore the conflict set between the two known as the Clone Wars, and directly leads to the events of Revenge of the Sith. The show follows the actions of various characters from the Star Wars prequel trilogy, notably Jedi Knights and clone troopers, in their war against the battle droid armies of the Confederacy of Independent Systems and the Sith. The series is notable for introducing the character of General Grievous to the Star Wars universe. The series aired on Cartoon Network for two seasons consisting of 25 episodes from 2003 to 2005, and was the first Star Wars television series since Star Wars: Ewoks in 1986. The first season of Clone Wars, known together as “Volume One”, were produced in a two- to three-minute “micro” format, while the second and final season consisted of five fifteen-minute episodes making up “Volume Two”. Both volumes were later released on home video edited as feature-length films. Since release, the series has received critical acclaim and won multiple awards, including the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program twice for both of its volumes. The success of Star Wars: Clone Wars, which Star Wars creator George Lucas referred to as the “pilot series”, led to a second Clone Wars series — the CGI-animated Star Wars: The Clone Wars — which was produced by Lucasfilm Animation and ran from 2008 to 2014.

Clone - Continuity - Netflix

Volume Two was loosely based on, and shares its storyline with the EU novel Labyrinth of Evil by James Luceno. However, as it was only based on a rough draft of the novel, there are several inconsistencies between the two works, such as the finer details of the Battle of Coruscant and where Anakin and Obi-Wan were located prior to returning to Coruscant. In the series, they investigate a possible base for Grievous on Nelvaan, but in the novel, they pursue Count Dooku on Tythe (Dooku only briefly pauses at Nelvaan when escaping to Coruscant). The New Essential Chronology retconned this by stating that the Nelvaan events occurred before Tythe, with the final scene of Obi-Wan and Anakin getting the message from Mace on the cruiser taking place after Tythe. General Grievous' asthmatic cough in Revenge of the Sith was intended to emphasize his organic nature as well as the flaws of having cyborg prosthetics. Grievous had previously appeared in Clone Wars before many of his personality traits had been finalized. To reconcile the differences between the two presentations, the Clone Wars production crew inserted a scene in “Chapter 25” of Mace Windu Force-crushing Grievous's chestplate housing his internal organs, as the general makes a desperate escape with Palpatine.

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