The information on this comes from JediNews, who posted the Google Translation of the German press release announcing the release:
START: SATURDAY, 15 FEBRUARY AT 20.15 CLOCK, FOUR EPISODES FEATURE-LENGTH
EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE AT SUPER RTL: SIXTH SEASON OF THE ANIMATED SERIES “STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS” GERMAN PREMIERE
The high-class CGI series Star Wars: The Clone Wars (USA 2012) is one of the strongest quote formats of Primetime at SUPER RTL. Fans of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker come thanks staged action-packed space battles, exciting political conflicts, and epic battles their money. From the 15th February can look forward to a very special premiere the audience. Every Saturday at 20.15 clock shows SUPER RTL, the sixth season for the first time on German television.
The captivating series offshoot of George Lucas’ Star Wars universe plays between the movies “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones” and “Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith”. It tells the story of the epic Clone Wars, which is illuminated in all its facets. The Jedi Order is desperately trying to defeat the Separatists under the cunning Dooku, to save the Galactic Republic. But Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Ahsoka Tano are often outnumbered, as the droid armies of the Separatists are cheap to replace and easy. Only through courage, cohesion and ingenuity, it can manage to end the war and to bring lasting peace to the galaxy. Master Yoda for a special mission to fulfill, as a devious enemy from the past could soon have a mystical weapon with tremendous strength. To prevent this must be Master Yoda embark on a long journey in which he will explain the disappearance of a fellow Jedi to reveal the secret of his hidden enemy.
What’s really interesting here, on top of some descriptions of what we might see, is that they’re not showing the episodes individually. Instead they’re lumping them together in four episode story arc blocks and presenting them as feature length specials. That’s a really neat way of presenting them, and I sincerely hope that’s how they plan on handling them here in the US.
If the episodes are ready to show as early as next month in Germany, there’s no reason they wouldn’t be ready for everywhere else. While there’s no official announcement for anywhere else yet, I’d be very surprised if we didn’t get one soon (like this week).