Mandalorian Season 3: Finally the Most Awaited Baby Yoda Is Coming Back on Disney Plus With Another Season!

Disney doesn’t really do anything by halves, and then after the season two finale of The Mandalorian, viewers are eager to learn more about the series’ future.

The Book of Boba Fett is sealed, while Obi-Wan Kenobi will be on the way this month, however, The Mandalorian, the live-action Disney+ Star Wars drama that presented Baby Yoda, has been one of the galaxy’s most popular shows, and its return for a third installment.

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So here is what you need to understand about The Mandalorian season 3, and then let’s take a peek at where Mando’s adventure, set five years following Return of the Jedi, were likely to head next.

Mandalorian Season 3: When Is the New Season Coming?

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Season two of The Mandalorian premiered in October of 2020, thus the third season seems to have been a long time in the making. Fortunately, we’ve encountered Mando and Grogu somewhat recently, as they appeared in a few of the final episodes of The Book of Boba Fett, yet it seems like a long time since The Mandalorian’s last devoted season.

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But the star wars fans’ wait is over because The Mandalorian season 3 will finally premiere on Disney Plus around February 2023, according to Disney’s announcement at Star Wars Celebration.

Mandalorian Season 3: What Will Be the Storyline of the Show?

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Luke Skywalker took Grogu to Jedi training at the end of the second season, and a post-credits clip teased Boba Fett’s show. It appeared at first that the bounty hunter’s single program would tell a completely different story. In the latter several episodes, however, the focus turned to Mando and Grogu. After rejecting Luke’s instruction and returning to his armored space father, the two reunited.

In season 3, he’ll most likely join Bo-quest Katan’s and return to Mandalore.

We also discovered that Mando isn’t your average Mandalorian. Bo-Katan confessed that he is a “cult of religious zealots who split away from Mandalorian civilization,” the Child of the Watch.

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That’s why he’s not supposed to take off his helmet and expose his face to the public. Within the first two seasons, however, he gradually became more willing about displaying his face, and admitting it to the other Kids of the Watch earned him expelled from the group.

Mando later encountered another gang of Mandalorians, commanded by Bo-Katan Kryze, during Season 2. She was also on a quest to reclaim Mandalore, their home world, and reclaim the Darksaber from Moff Gideon. Mando unwittingly became the Mandalorian leader when he acquired control of the Darksaber in the season finale.

The first episode of season 2 ended with a mysterious figure observing Mando from afar. He looks to be dressed in Tusken Raider clothing until turning around and showing Boba Fett’s visage, the bounty hunter that fell into the sarlacc pit during Return of the Jedi.

Cobb Vanth was using Boba’s Mandalorian armor in the episode, and he chased Mando down unless he could recover that in the season’s sixth episode. As in the season finale, following assisting Mando in rescuing Grogu from the Imperial Remnant, a post-credits scene reveals Boba’s next move: gaining dominance in Tatooine’s criminal underworld, setting the stage for the spinoff series The Book of Boba Fett.

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Baby Yoda, on the other hand, has captivated everyone’s heart since his initial appearance in the very first episode. We soon found that he is now 50 years old and so could utilize the Force, but we didn’t learn anything more about him until the second season.

In the sixth episode of that season, Ahsoka Tano used the Force to connect with him and realized that his real name is Grogu. He was reared in the Jedi Temple on Coruscant before being concealed after the Empire exterminated the Jedi in Revenge of the Sith, and he’s concealed his abilities to remain off the bad guys’ radar in the decades since.

The Imperial Remnant sought him out in order to use his blood to produce Force-strong beings. However, it’s unknown whether this is for Moff Gideon’s personal gain, or if Gideon is deliberately serving such a reborn Palpatine or inadvertently carrying out the hidden Emperor’s orders.

In the season 2 conclusion, he traveled to be mentored in the way of the Force with Luke Skywalker, but in the finale of The Book of Boba Fett, he rejoined with Mando.

Mandalorian Season 3:  Who Will Be Coming Back for the New Season?

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Pedro Pascal will reprise his role as Din Djarin, the main Mandalorian upon whom the entire show is based, as part of the official release announcement. Katee Sackhoff, who portrays Bo-Katan Kryze, has been confirmed to play. She revealed that the avatar has “unfinished business” during the Star Wars Celebration announcement panel.

While Digital Spy asked Ming-Na Wen, who portrays Fennec Shand, regarding her character’s role in the third season, she expressed some doubt, but we hope she returns.  Giancarlo Esposito’s Moff Gideon will have a bigger role in season three, according to the actor, and it will be more sinister than ever.

Greef Karga, who is portrayed by Carl Weathers, and Ahsoka Tano, who is played by Rosario Dawson, are two other likely comebacks.

Cara Dune is one figure that will not be back. Gina Carano has been fired from The Mandalorian for uploading inflammatory social media remarks during the first two seasons.

So do not be shocked if more special guests, especially those experienced with the Force, emerge in Mandalorian season 3, now that The Mandalorian is establishing stronger ties with a universe far, far away. Perhaps young Luke Skywalker, who appeared in The Book of Boba Fett as a CGI fabrication with a digitized, de-aged voice, will come back.

Trailer!

Yes, there is a trailer for this incredible Star Wars franchise. So, as we wait for the series to get launched on Disney plus, let’s enjoy the trailer of Mandalorian season 3.

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