The Mandalorian Season 3 Release Date Delayed to Late 2022

The Mandalorian Season 3 Updates: Despite the enormous amount of Star Wars content, fans can expect in the following year and beyond, we actually don’t have an affirmed release window for season 3 of the hit Disney+ series known as The Mandalorian.

The two seasons 1 and 2 broadcasted in the later months of 2019 and 2020. This year, things are somewhat different. The year’s end space will rather be involved by the spin-off series The Book of Boba Fett as was prodded in a post-credits scene in the season 2 finale of The Mandalorian a year ago.

The new series is set to include Temuera Morrison once again by depicting the nominal clone bounty hunter. Morrison first played the character’s “father,” Jango Fett, in Attack of the Clones just as the entirety of his different other clones.

With the Boba Fett series scheduled to air in this time span, this leaves the future airing dates of The Mandalorian up in the air. Lucasfilm has affirmed that pre-production on another new season has started however has not expressed when the show will continue.

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With an estimation, we can expect some time in 2022 is the point at which we will next get a glimpse at everyone’s adored pair, Din Djarin and his elderly infant sidekick, Grogu. It is conceivable that we could be in for a sighting of a Mandalorian cast member sooner than that.

The cyborg sniper Fennec Shand, the role played by Ming-Na Wen, will show up in one scene of the animated series The Bad Batch with new episodes presently airing each Friday on Disney+. Shand will be highlighted in The Book of Boba Fett.

Besides this, there is no affirmed news regarding when we will next see any characters from the first live-action Star Wars series. Another show with a release date that is not confirmed is Ahsoka highlighting the wayward Jedi herself, Ahsoka Tano as played by Rosario Dawson.

Additionally planned is Rangers of the New Republic, believed to include the X-Wing pilots seen all through The Mandalorian just as previous rebel shock trooper Cara Dune. With Lucasfilm expressing that Dune’s actress Gina Carano would not be showing up in Star Wars content, the future of the series stays obscure.

It is just a short time before we get more concrete news on when the new season of The Mandalorian will be back on our screens. Luckily, we have a tone of incredible content to anticipate up to until then.

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