With some episodes from The Mandalorian season 2 is now available to watch overeating, viewers are worried about the future of Baby Yoda and our Bounty Hunter. Will they stay together for season 3?
Here’s what we know about the characters set in Season 3 of this star Wars live series.
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The Mandalorian has been confirmed for season 3
This is the way for Disney + subscribers. With the new episodes of season 2, which are still coming out at Disney +, the studio announced that The Mandalorian will return for a third season. Much of the plot for these upcoming episodes is still unknown.
Cosmopolitan notes that The Mandalorian happens about five years later Return of the Jediwhich is about 14 years before the adventure of Ray and Finn in The power awakens.
This could potentially mean that star Wars the series catches up with the trilogy for the sequel, although there are still a few seasons for that to happen. As for which characters will appear with the Mandalorian for the third season, there are some guesses.
Will Baby Yoda return for season 3 of The Mandalorian
As for the confirmed cast members, fans only know for sure that Pedro Pascal will repeat his role as the title character. As the new episodes of season 2 are still aired weekly, it is not entirely clear where his current adventure will take him.
The fact that he was assigned to return the child to the Jedi does not necessarily mean that he will be absent from future seasons. Although nothing is confirmed for the upcoming seasons, Cosmopolitan speculates that fans’ favorite doll from the series, called Baby Yoda by fans on the Internet, will be in season 3.
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Fans are looking forward to more adventures featuring Mandaloriana with season 4
There is even a season 4 of The Mandalorian in the works. One member of the cast, Giancarlo Esposito, said in an interview with People that seasons 3 and 4 are the places where fans will start getting answers.
Although there is still no official premiere date for season 3, some suggest that these new seasons will premiere about a year in a row. In fact, The Mandalorian writer and creator John Favreau expects to shoot season 3 “before the end of the year”, allows COVID-19.
“We are working on the assumption that we will be able to move forward,” Favreau said in an interview with Diversity. “We are in very small situations and we often have a lot of masked characters /”
“And we also have a lot of digital work that increases things,” he continued. “So we’re a show that’s probably well equipped to be flexible based on the protocols that arise around restarting work.”
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