This show includes behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with the cast and crew from the live-action show, all hosted by showrunner Jon Favreau. Users will also be able to choose from a selection of new avatars for their profile pictures, including Darth Maul, Jabba the Hut and a Porg. You can take a look at everything (including future shows) in our guide to Star Wars content on Disney+.
But it’s not just Disney Plus subscribers that are getting a Star Wars day treat. If you’re a Sky Cinema or Now TV customer, then you’ll also get access to The Rise of Skywalker to complete the entire Skywalker saga.
Gamers can also rejoice, as Star Wars loot is back to purchase in the shop in Fortnite. You can get lightsabers, and outfits in the style of Rey, Kylo Ren and the Sith Troopers. However, these items will only be available for purchase for a limited time - Epic Games hasn’t specified how long this will be.
Feel like a Jedi as Lightsabers have returned for a limited time!— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) May 3, 2020
Drop in game now and show off your skills. pic.twitter.com/koN5fGFc0i
If you’re looking for something a little more practical to do at home, then Lego is having a huge sale across its range of Star Wars products, and is offering double points for any VIP customers who make a purchase on any of these pieces.
Funko Pops also have a range of new products, including Baby Yoda and Mando together, Baby Yoda with a bowl and Moff Gideon. You can check out the range of new releases on Pop in a Box.