So much of the idea that "Disney is focusing on the sequel era" has been propagated by worried fans, based on a single sentence or two in Disney's various press releases. I won't deny that the vibe is there, but press releases are tricky to interpret. But in truth, they said they're focusing their resources on the sequel trilogy. That doesn't indicate a content focus; it simply means staff and money... which, on a film, has very little crossover with the early development team of a new show. It's cheap to develop TV in the beginning, and it uses personnel who aren't involved with the film. Now, it would draw focus if they were going to release that show before VII comes out... but that's unlikely, if it's anywhere near the scale of TCW. Anyway, if they're developing the show now, how do you expect them to tie it in with a film which doesn't even have a completed script yet? The fact is, it has never been explicitly stated that all creative energies would be focused on the sequel era... simply that LFL resources would be focused there. Of course, I think the content drought is a bad idea, but I also think it's just a means to an end for Lucasfilm; they probably realize that they don't have the quality control to try and produce stuff in the immediate wake of their restructuring. We might very well get some crap, if they tried to keep churning out content under a management team which hasn't yet settled in.