There is no set release date for Season 3 of The Mandalorian, but it is expected to be released soon.
Now that The Book of Boba Fett is available on Disney Plus, it's all about the other helmet-wearing, a gunslinging bounty hunter from the Star Wars universe.
According to Greef Karga actor Carl Weathers, production on the new Mando season has begun, bringing us one step closer to the possibility of finally seeing Din Djarin return to the small screen.
Even though there isn't much information available about the upcoming season, this does not rule out the possibility that there is — there is, and we've compiled it all in one place.
It has been revealed who will be in the cast, what director Jon Favreau and Moff Gideon actor Giancarlo Esposito have said about the film, and when the trailer will be released, according to our best guess.
So continue reading to learn everything you need about season 3 of The Mandalorian. Yes, this is the path to follow!
The Mandalorian Season 3 Release Date
According to gqmagazine, it will be released in Feb 2023. If the show follows its usual release schedule, we can expect the first episode to air sometime in late 2022 or early 2023. According to a report from The Hollywood Reporter, Season 3, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Andor will all be available on Disney Plus in 2022.
But while Disney has confirmed that Andor and the Obi-Wan Kenobi series will be released in 2022, they haven't revealed anything about season 3 of The Mandalorian, which is currently in production.
Do you think the show may debut in 2023? There is a good chance that we will receive clarification after The Book of Boba airs on Disney Plus, as that series is currently occupying the attention of everyone at Lucasfilm.
What Is In the Cast?
Fortunately, none of the main characters perished in the process. Fortunately, almost everyone will return for Season 3 of The Mandalorian, which is fantastic news! Din Djarin will almost certainly be played by Pedro Pascal again, but Grogu will no longer be by his side at all times, as has been the case in the past (a sad thought).
Additionally, fans can look forward to Katee Sackhoff reprising her role as Bo-Katan, and Sasha Banks reprising her role as Koska Reeves if her schedule permits.
The fact that Temuera Morrison will have his show does not rule out the possibility that Boba Fett and Ming-Na Wen's Fennec Shand will still be able to assist Mando.
Although Gina Carano made prejudiced statements on Twitter, Cara Dune's debut is possible. She may also appear in the upcoming spinoff Rangers of the New Republic, which is currently developing.
Finally, following his dramatic appearance in the Season 2 finale, we can safely assume that Luke Skywalker will make a return.
Whether Disney will stick with the problematic CGI, update to whatever Marvel has been using, or completely recast the character (is Sebastian Stan still available?) remains to be determined.
What Will Happen in Season 3 of the Mandalorian?
Because the Season 2 finale tied up many loose ends in the story, it isn't easy to predict. Following his release from his parental responsibilities, it's likely that Mando will return to his bounty-hunting career, where he will likely re-connect with Greef Karga.
According to some reports, Din Djarin may also be included in Bo-Katan Kryze's mission to retake Mandalore. Given that his Mandalorian past has only been hinted at on the show, that would be extremely exciting.
Returning to the planet would allow him to come face to face with other members of the Children of the Watch, allowing him to explain how he was brought up.
Now that Mando has agreed to join Bo-Katan, who despises the religious zealots she mentioned earlier, there could also be some friction.
There's also the fact that Bo-Katan will almost certainly have to fight Mando for ownership of the Darksaber, which means that even in the absence of Grogu, there will still be plenty of stories to tell about him.
Even though nothing is known about the plot of The Mandalorian's third season, it appears that one central element from the first two seasons will be absent.
According to Inverse, the “Volume,” a 360-degree greenscreen altered in real time to depict the series' expansive settings, has been removed from the set. Is it possible that this indicates that the series will emphasize the handcrafted sets that made the first trilogy so popular and successful?
Is There a Trailer?
There is no official trailer yet, but check out this fantastic concept trailer by ScreenCulture below:
That's all we know about The Mandalorian Season 3. Stay tuned for more updates, and thank you for reading!