The Mandalorian Season 3 is being teased on Disney+. On Wednesday, the streaming service released a brief and a poster for the upcoming season.
In one month( on March 1), when The Mandalorian’s third season debuts on Disney Plus, Grogu (formerly known as Baby Yoda) and Mando will be back.
The live-action Star Wars series follows the petite green guy and his flashy father, a treasure hunter, as they go through the galaxy and come across both unfamiliar and well-known people.
A live-action Star Wars television series called The Mandalorian is currently airing. Din Djarin, also known as Mando, a bounty hunter, is the show’s subject.
The poster features Grogu, sometimes known as Baby Yoda, and Mando (Pascal) on a mission.
The pair continued to trek through the Star Wars galaxy and will be followed in Season 3.
According to an official description, as he and Grogu continue their trip together, the Mandalorian will run into old comrades and make new adversaries.
Beginning on March 1 and continuing through April, Season 3 will release new weekly episodes. Due to the release of season 2 of The Bad Batch, a CGI animated series on Wednesdays through the end of March, March will be a busy month for Star Wars fans.
The “Phenomenon” segment examines the show’s popularity and Grogu’s influence on popular culture.
Boba Fett initially appeared to be the main focus of this Mandalorian knockoff, which is less attractive than the series it was inspired by. Still, Mando and Grogu took over the show for the final three episodes (of eight total).
It would be best to watch those episodes or read CNET’s recaps because they explained how the pair reconciled after their separation in The Mandalorian season 2 finale.
The Official trailer for The Madorian Season 3
The third season of The Mandalorian has two trailers. The first was made available by Lucasfilm last September during the D23 event by Disney, and the second came out on January 16.
Following the Galactic Empire’s collapse and the New Republic’s advent, the series occurs between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens.
You may watch any Star Wars films or television programs you missed on Disney Plus.
Dates and times for the third season premiere of The Mandalorian
Beyond the launch date, Disney still needs to provide schedule details, so it’s yet to be apparent if there will be any double episode weeks or mid-season pauses. One episode weekly runs were uninterrupted in Seasons 1 and 2, but the firm could change its approach. (The most current Star Wars television show, Andor, debuted with three episodes.)
Here is our comprehensive projected release schedule for The Mandalorian on Disney Plus; we’ll update it if the studio makes any adjustments or takes any breaks. New episodes typically arrive on the service at the same time worldwide at midnight, 12 a.m. PT (3 a.m. ET/7 p.m. AEST/ 8 a.m. GMT).
- Episode 1: on March 1, Wednesday
- Episode 2: on March 8, Wednesday
- Episode 3: on March 15, Wednesday
- Episode 4: on March 22, Wednesday
- Episode 5: on March 29, Wednesday
- Episode 6: on April 5, Wednesday
- Episode 7: on April 12, Wednesday
- Episode 8: on April 19, Wednesday
Do You have to see the previous films before seeing The Mandalorian?
The Mandalorian will be much richer and more contextualized if you have seen the movies, especially the Original Sequential films ( the Trilogy ):
- A New Hope,
- The Empire Strikes Back, &
- Return of the Jedi.
However, aside from a few cameos, the show generally stands on its own.
Before starting season 3, you should watch seasons 1 and 2, which got broadcast on Disney Plus in 2019 and 2020.