2020 was the worst year in humanity’s history, with endless sickness, economy dying, people perishing, but humans are usually managed to survive through all the ordeals that nature threw at us; well, the virus was artificially created so nature isn’t to be blamed.
Anyway, with its brand new OTT platform, Disney reportedly broke the whole of the internet after announcing a massive number of Original entertainment series and films. The announcements did mention a significant number of additions from Pixar and Marvel Cinematic Universe. Additionally, the platform also shared how it plans to continue the franchisee of Star Wars. By the looks of it, this isn’t something that the Master Jedi Yoda could foresee.
The Mandalorian gets renewed.
The second season’s ending with the Skywalker and Grogu going ahead in their journey to help the little one become a Jedi just like Yoda or Anakin, who knows!
With Hayden Christensen as Darth Vader and Young Obi-Wan Kenobi, Disney has plans to continue with The Mandalorian like the first couple of seasons. So it’s official, The Mandalorian will be back for yet another season.
When will the Mandalorian return on Disney+?
The original plan of Disney+ was to release the third season of The Mandalorian on the Christmas of 2021. Nevertheless, the information was about the spin-off series based on the character Baba Fett. So, even earliest, The Mandalorian season three will most likely premiere in the early 2022 or the first quarter.
On the other hand, Jon Favreau also revealed that the filming of the Mandalorian would begin in early 2021.
Some #StarWars clarification: #TheBookOfBobaFett is coming next December. It will not run alongside season 3 of #TheMandalorian. As Favreau says here, Mando Season 3 will go start production after next year’s Boba Fett show. pic.twitter.com/8cKF15dw7g
— Erik Davis (@ErikDavis) December 21, 2020
Pedro Pascal will be returning for the third season as The Mandalorian, who has broken all the rules of Mandalore, but he’s still lovable and incredibly witty. However, Gina Carano will not return As Cara Dune as Disney fired her for some offensive social media posts from the past.