The statement appears to indicate that the program will continue its weekly release schedule, similar to the first season did. We do not have a trailer for the brand-new season yet, but anticipate that imminently now that we have a date. Hopefully, it has plenty of adorable Child Yoda— or, sorry, “The Child”– minutes! The Mandalorian‘s go back to Disney Plus marks the very first huge program the streamer will have in months. Series like Marvel Studios’ The Falcon and the Winter Soldier ( initially set to debut over the summer season) were postponed due to the fact that of production concerns brought on by the pandemic.
The release date isn’t completely a surprise; Disney CEO Bob Chapek confirmed months ago that because of remote work, The Mandalorian was still set to show up in October Disney currently has a few other Star Wars jobs lined up for Disney Plus set to arrive in the coming years, consisting of a show starring Rogue One‘s Cassian Andor (played by Diego Luna) and a new series about Ewan McGregor’s Obi-Wan Kenobi. The release date for the Obi-Wan show is less certain, after some closely watched rewrites pushed back the production schedule.