2 November 2012 5:25 AM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Unless you have been living under a rock, you would know by now that Disney has bought LucasFilm and pretty much all that it owns. This includes the rights to the popular Star Wars characters. As of right now Cartoon Network has had a really successful run with Star Wars: The Clone Wars. After the deal there has been a ton of speculation of what would happen to the series. According to The Hollywood Reporter the show is expected to continue, but not on the Cartoon Network. As of right now Turner, a division of Time Warner, owns the licensing on the show. However, that license only runs through 2012-2013. THR's sources are telling them, which is pretty much a no brainer, that Disney is not expected to renew it. Their sources are also saying that both sides will sit down at the end of the current season and talk »

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