Although I'm just now picking up Season V, I watched some of it while it was actually airing--about 5-6 episodes or so. I'm surprised right out of the gate to see that they've rearranged the order of some of the episodes. "Revival", which kicked off the season, is moved back to air alongside the rest of the Darth Maul episodes. In fact, they've grouped episodes together so that they've essentially converted, if you ignore the credits and opening sequences at the end of each episode, blocks of four episodes into almost Star Wars movies. About 88 minutes each, so a little on the short side, but not completely outside the range of a feature length film.
In fact, they've done that all along (although not quite as drastically) through the show; several story arcs are 3-4 episodes long, making them effectively mini-movies, starting with the opening sequence that was actually converted into a theatrical release pilot of the show. Looked at from that perspective, there aren't six Star Wars movies in existance right now, there are nearly thirty, depending on how you count them!
This current content, the promise of future content, and my current Star Wars game have conspired to make Star Wars stay near the top of my interests, and not cycle down from time to time, as all of my interests that I can't do anything about currently, will tend to do.
With this, I'm almost ready to debut my Star Wars m20 wiki. I need to massage the draft starship rules a bit, and I'd like to add a bit more setting detail, but otherwise, I'm ready to go. And I'm rarin' to run something. I'm excited to get back in the GM saddle after an extended run in the player's seat. Right now, running Star Wars sounds at least as exciting as running my own DARK•HERITAGE setting... and that's saying something.