The Mandalorian has become the blockbuster show for newly launched video-on-demand streaming service, Disney Plus. The success and massive fan-following of expertly crafted Star Wars series have excitingly motivated the show creators to work on a projected third season even before the premiere of the second season.
The second season of the widely popular series is currently scheduled for October. It is likely to arrive at the expected date because the filming of the second season was officially wrapped up on March 8, 2020. Some reputable sources mentioned that the show creator and original Iron Man director Jon Favreau had dedicated his time in quarantine to write the third season.
Doug Chiang, the vice president for Lucas Film and show’s creative director, is also working on the pre-production of the third season. Chiang has been busy creating various concepts for the third season. The production design department reportedly commenced their work on April 20 because their job requires huge lead time.
Some shows have been on production hiatus, while some have been suspended indefinitely due to the health crisis brought by coronavirus pandemic. We have to admit that all the production crew of the second season was dedicated enough to complete filming right before the notorious health crisis.
The season 2 concluded after Pedro Pascal’s Mandalorian defeated Giancarlo Esposito’s Moff Gideon and Mandalorian sets to return the Child to its kind. Meanwhile, Gideon survives the TIE fighter crash and frees himself out of the ship with the help of Darksaber. We can expect more exhilarating adventures of The Mandalorian and the Child in the second season with few dark saber-wielding clashes in a galaxy far, far away.
Pedro Pascal, Giancarlo Esposito, Carl Weathers, and Gina Carano will return for the second season. Furthermore, Rosario Dawson will debut in the second season as Jedi Padawan of Anakin Skywalker, Ahsoka Tano.