The Netflix original, Mandalorian is a space western series that has been created by Jon Favreau for the Disney+ streaming service. It is the Star Wars franchise’s first live-action series, set five years after the events of Return of the Jedi (1983). The series stars Pedro Pascal, who is the central character, a sole bounty hunter paid to recover “The Child,” who gets on the run.
Release Date of Mandalorian Season 3
We thought Disney had confirmed that The Mandalorian Season three would launch on Christmas Day 2021, but it’s now evident that this referred to the Boba Fett spinoff. It’s unclear whether this implies Boba’s first episode will premiere on December 25 or sooner. In any case, it’s a Christmas pleasure for all of us.
Season three is expected to premiere in early 2022 at the earliest. Also, don’t be concerned about possible delays. Season three is “on schedule,” according to Favreau in an interview with Variety. So, for the time being, don’t expect a Mandalorian season three trailer. But that’s alright since, in the meantime, there is a slew of Baby Yoda memes and clips circulating that are deserving of being seen over and over again.
What Do We Know About the 3rd Season?
The second season came to a close with a post-credits scene promising The Book of Boba Fett, released on Disney Plus in December 2021. It was initially unclear whether this was season 3 or a spinoff, with the focus changing to the bounty hunter. However, Jon Favreau, the creator of the series, promptly emphasized that it was a spinoff and that Mando’s explorations will resume in the third Season.
You might be wondering where the program can go next after season 2 seemed to tie up the Baby Yoda plotline with Luke Skywalker taking Grogu for Jedi training. Mando’s purpose of reconnecting the small guy with his species is complete, therefore he’ll alter his focus.