The fans have gone wild ever since the Star Wars live-action series premiered on Disney+ on November 12, 2019, covering eight episodes. Little was the excitement of the appearance of baby Yoda contained, when another season was announced.
The premise of Season 1
The Mandalorian Season 1 showcases Pedro Pascal as the titular Mandalorian. Baby Yoda is also a major highlight whose actual emergence is unknown. As a result, Mando is made the baby’s father and is tasked to return him to the place he belongs.
Announcement of Season 2
Jon Favreau, the executive producer, acknowledged the renewal of Season 2 in a tweet.
“Season 2 of #theMandalorian coming Fall 2020.”
But the fans were worried that the global pandemic might slow things down. Let’s give you some updates on that.
Will the Season be delayed due to COVID-19?
On CNBC, the CEO of Disney asserted that the Star Wars team is ahead of schedule and Season 2 will air as scheduled i.e. October 2020. So, no delays!
Moreover, it looks like Star Wars is very well planned and executed. Season 2 finished filming in March 2020 itself. This fact is clear from the picture posted by Gina Carano, captioned– “That’s a wrap on Season 2.” The post-filming stuff of the season is work-in-progress now.
To top that, there is a buzz that season 3 is in making. Now, do you agree with us on their content management skills?
Will any character make a comeback?
Sources have it that Rosario Dawson will play Ahsoka Tano in part two. We sure remember him from Star Wars: Rebels and Clone War series.
Also, Temuera Morrison will be reportedly joining the cast of the second season as Boba Fett. He portrayed Janga Fett in Star Wars but was presumably dead, given the fact that he fell into Sarlacc pit. His return surely has an epic back story. But considering that Boba’s role is going to be a small one, it may not be revealed this season.
That’s all there is to The Mandalorian Season 2. Until next time!