season 3 should land on Disney+ in February 2023

According to our colleagues from the Making Star Wars site, season 3 of The Mandalorian should land on Disney+ from the beginning of 2023. More specifically, the adventures of the bounty hunter will be broadcast from February 23, 2023 on the platform. streaming.

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While you may have just finished the excellent Andor series on Disney +, you are wondering when you will be able to find Pedro Pascal in the role of the Mandalorian. It must be said that it has been almost two years since we last saw the famous bounty hunter and Grogu aka Baby Yoda.

The Mandalorian’s last appearance was in The Book of Boba Fett, and fans have been desperately waiting for Din Djarin’s return ever since. In May 2022, Disney decided to broadcast a first teaser for the 3rd season of The Mandolarian. We learn in particular that the plot will take us to the side of Mandalore, the home planet of Din. But above all, we have a release date: February 2023.

A few months pass and in September 2022, Disney takes center stage with the D23 conference. During this event, the big-eared firm revealed a lot of information about its upcoming series, such as a trailer for Tales of The Jedi, an animated anthology available since October 23, 2022, but above all an official trailer for The Mandolarian .

No delay for The Mandalorian season 3

However, the excitement caused by the trailer is dampened by the absence of crucial information: indeed, February 2023 release date disappears in favor of a simple “2023”. What augur a postponement of release according to many fans. But ultimately, that won’t be the case.

According to our colleagues from the Making Star Wars site, The Mandalorian season 3 will air on Disney+ in February 2023. More specifically, the kick-off would be set at February 23, 2023. If this season offers 8 episodes like the previous one, the finale could therefore be broadcast around April 12, 2023. Note that if this date is verified, two Star Wars series will coexist during this period: namely Mando’s S3 and The Bad Batch’s S2, whose first two episodes (out of 16) are due to arrive on January 4. However, this is not the first time that Disney+ has decided to superimpose animated Star Wars series and live action. This is currently the case with Andor and Tales of The Jedi.

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