Disney Plus has announced the premiere date for the next episodes of Star Wars The Mandalorian, The season 2 will start from October 30 with one episode each week.
The Mandalorian's logo has also been given a cool new blue makeover too (see above).
The second season has luckily managed to avoid being affected by the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, with Disney CEO Bob Chapek confirming earlier this year that there would be "no delays".
As for the third season, creator Jon Favreau recently explained how the pandemic was affecting things on that front for season three.
Earlier this year during ATX TV Festival, executive producer and writer Jon Favreau said “It was specifically doing a version of Star Wars that felt small and felt like it reflected the genres that influenced George Lucas originally: space adventure, westerns, samurai films, WWII adventure films — those are the genres that inspired the tropes.”
He added, “These were at once original, but also a reflection of our cinematic past.” He wanted to give the world a new set of characters for those who do not have the Star Wars history that many fans have. He wanted the show that could invite people into this universe. In a sense, he used the classic Mandalorian character, Boba Fett, as a launching pad and teamed with Filoni, who has experience writing about the Mandolorian world in The Clone Wars animated series, for the show which is “a good opportunity to delve into this world.”
While the secret of Baby Yoda somehow never got out before Season 1 aired, quite a few details from the upcoming second season have already emerged. Among them that Timothy Olyphant will have some role to play, that Rosario Dawson is set to play iconic “Clone Wars” character Ahsoka Tano, and that Temuera Morrison is set to bring Boba Fett back from the depths of the Sarlacc Pit.
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