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Tatooine Sons: A Star Wars Podcast

By Tatooine Sons A Star Wars Podcast

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A family-friendly Star Wars podcast endored by the director of The Last Jedi - Rian Johnson! Famous for naming Terbus - the porg on the Millennium Falcon!

Customer Reviews

Star Wars should always be about family!

Here’s how this podcast came to be. About 2 years before The Force Awakens came out, I introduced the Star Wars films to my sons who 12 and 8 years old. Their reaction? Meh.

But then, we started talking about Star Wars. I shared with them different ways the mythology worked. We talked about the Old Republic. The Sith. The Jedi. We started watching The Clone Wars series and even Rebels. And then came an awakening!

We talk Star Wars all the time now. So it only seemed fitting to turn on a mic as we sit around our family table and discuss the greatest movie series in existence.

We love your feedback. Please keep it positive and constructive (don’t go all dark side on us)! And if you’re really into this idea, please subscribe and share it with your friends.

May the Force be with you!

The Force is strong with this podcast.

Only two episodes in and I do believe I’ve found my favorite Star Wars podcast. Listening to a father geek out over Star Wars with his two sons really hits home for me. My own two sons are beginning their adventures in a galaxy far, far away like their father did, 40 years ago.

It’s just brilliant, fun, and I love it!

A fun family of fans.

My earliest memories are of my parents sharing star wars with me. Hearing a father talk with his sons about this incredible series takes me back to when I really got into this fandom.