Star Wars The Mandalorian season 3 is expected to release December 2022. However, with filming beginning October 13, 2021, and Omicron raging, that expected release might be pushed back.
Note: This article may contain spoilers
What is The Mandalorian?
The Mandalorian is a Star Wars space Western television series that follows the adventures of a lone bounty hunter in the galaxy’s outskirts, distant from the authority of the New Republic:
Following in the footsteps of Jango and Boba Fett, Din Djarin, aka, The Mandalorian has become another iconic character in the Star Wars universe. Taking place after the fall of the Empire but before the rise of the First Order (between Episode 6 and 7).
For those unaware, He is hired by remnant Imperial forces to retrieve the infant Grogu but instead flees to safeguard the child. While attempting to rejoin Grogu with his kind, they are chased by Moff Gideon, who wishes to exploit Grogu’sconnection to the Force. And the second season ends with Luke Skywalker’s digital double coming to the rescue.
The Mandalorian Popularity
The Mandalorian was the most popular streaming show in the United States, in December 2019, surpassing even Netflix’s original season of The Witcher. The Mandalorian’s second season was just as popular, with analytics indicating five times as popular as any other Disney+ original series.
Given this, it is no surprise that Disney has committed to producing ten new Star Wars TV shows as part of an ambitious roster of original material over the next five years. The Book of Boba Fett joins the Mandalorian as part of a loose group of shows set after Return of the Jedi.
Renewed For Season 3
Mandalorian, season #3 begins for Yours Truly, on tomorrow. Greef Karga will be back on Disney+. #BePeace— Carl Weathers (@TheCarlWeathers) October 12, 2021
Season 3 of The Mandalorian will premiere in December 2022. With Carl Weathers announcing through Twitter that season 3 production began on Wednesday, October 13.
The Mandalorian Season 2 accomplished several notable milestones in a year, complete with pop culture delays and disappointments: It outdid itself with a thrilling, action-packed eight-episode arc.
It’s exciting to witness the Star Wars universe expand, providing insight into parts of the galaxy that have previously been mentioned in passing but never explored on-screen with this level of depth.
Some plot twists may have irritated viewers looking for a fully serialized format. Still, even the most self-contained episode (episode 2, “The Passenger”) provided some necessary character development for our titular hero, forcing him to confront the idea that caring for Grogu wasn’t just about physical safety but also what you teach them about personal responsibility and empathy.
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The Success Of Season 2
Season 2 never lost sight of the relationship at its heart, meticulously developing Mando and Baby Yoda’s bond and allowing Pedro Pascal to excavate new layers in Din Djarin’s personality, despite juggling a slew of new characters like Boba Fett and Ahsoka Tano. They were being primed for their spinoff shows.
The season did an excellent job of challenging Din’s worldview and pushing him out of his comfort zone, such that every small step forward he took felt like a giant leap, ending in a victorious and emotionally powerful season finale that was entirely justified in terms of his character progress.
The issue of how our hero will handle Season 3 in light of everything that transpired lingers, and it’s pretty exciting from a narrative standpoint since there’s no clear path for the show to go from here.