It’s been a while since we’ve had any news about The Mandalorian – and now, finally, we have some! Season 3 will be available on December 2021. That means you have few months to watch the first two seasons before you dive into this new season of live-action Star Wars storytelling.
If you’re not sure where to start with this series, don’t worry: I’ll give you all the details about what to expect in season 3!
In season three, the Mandalorian continues to explore the outer reaches of the galaxy alongside a ragtag band featuring some surprising new faces – and old friends. The series will introduce new notable heroes from diverse backgrounds while also bringing back fan-favorite characters, including Qi’ra.
The Mandalorian is set after Return of the Jedi but before Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens. It follows a lone gunfighter in the outer rim territories as he travels around securing contracts for those who can’t take care of themselves… or don’t want to!
Operating on behalf of “the Hutts,” our hero seeks out both personal and professional revenge against anyone foolish enough to threaten him or those close to him in his dangerous life as an outlaw.
There are three seasons in total, each consisting of six episodes.
- The first season was released on 12/12/18 and consisted of all six episodes.
- The second season consists of a total of twelve episodes released in April 2020. Episode names are just as unique as Season One’s titles!
- The third season will be airing this coming December 2021 on Disney+.
Summary of The Mandalorian Season 1, 2, and 3:
In season one, the Mandalorian is tasked by Jabba the Hutt to find and capture a man under contract from him. He tracks his target across several planets, including Tatooine, Taris, Nar Shaddaa, before eventually rescuing a prisoner pod on Vandor-III that had been hijacked by raiders.
The enemy of my enemy is my friend – or so it seems as our hero allies himself with an old acquaintance from Black Sun to get revenge against those who have wronged them both: Krena Zeejoun of Crimson Dawn; and Bar’injar Te’larradar for betraying him during their time working together at Black Sun.
In the end, Mandalore is victorious, and our hero now has the information he needs to make his final decision: whether or not to join forces with Krena Zeejoun of Crimson Dawn.
In season two of The Mandalorian, the battle-scarred Mandalorian sets out on a revenge mission against those who wronged him and his family.
The season starts with an incident that promises to shake our hero to the core before he is confronted by a new villain of considerable power while trying to track down Swindle – one of Crimson Dawn’s top agents.
When it becomes too dangerous for her daughter, she asks The Mandalorian for help in getting them both into hiding – which leads him back to his home planet, not knowing if he will make it there alive.
In this third and final season, we join forces with Krena Zeejoun of Crimson Dawn to avenge Bar’injar Te’larradar and save the planet from total destruction.
We also return to Mandalore, where The Mandalorian must face his identity and come to terms with who he really is – not just a soldier in a war that has taken everything away from him, but a man of deep honor struggling against what it means to be honorable under such dire circumstances.
In this final season – all roads lead home!
Cast: Who will be in The Mandalorian Season 3:
Before the season two conclusion, we expected Pedro Pascal would reprise his role as the main character (presumably with help from stunt double Brendan Wayne, grandson of the legendary actor John Wayne). And, of course, we figured he’d be accompanied by Baby Yoda (we’re not going to call him Grogu because we can’t), another well-known figure. The conclusion of their story, on the other hand, felt very conclusive.
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