Two years on from its debut on Disney+, the Star Wars TV series Mandalorian is still creating a huge buzz on the streaming service.
With leaked series images and videos showing a mysterious new character in Mandalorian armor, fans are frantically returning to the series and revisiting The Mandalorian and Grogu adventures. With the second season ending on a cliff hanger, viewers are theorizing what will become of ‘Mando’.
In the last week, The Mandalorian has scored 22.3 above the market average for TV show ratings in Australia, and since its release has consistently stayed at number one in Australia. Next up in second is Apple TV’s Ted Lasso, who is still feeling the buzz of the second season, which is now fully available to watch.
Marvel Studios’ Loki, another Disney+ series, is fifth for digital originals in Australia, and with WandaVision still impressing antipodean audiences at sixth, it’s fair to say Disney+ has been a successful venture for the giant company.
Pedro Pascal will return for the third season of the Star Wars intergalactic show as the iconic hero The Mandalorian / Din Djarin. Space Western has enjoyed huge commercial success and cultural impact since the first volume was released in November 2019.
Space Western has been a huge commercial and cultural hit since its first episode was released in November 2019, although a third season is expected to premiere sometime next year.
The show’s former cast member Gina Carano has been penned for a third season, following a series of controversies. The very outspoken actress and former wrestler has not been shy on social media when it comes to sharing allegations of voter fraud in the 2020 US election, as well as other topics.
Giancarlo Esposito and Carl Weathers are confirmed to return for a third season as Moff Gideon and Greef Karga respectively. Esposito spoke to Variety about his return and his desire for his character to become more central, after two seasons as an existential threat to Mando and his allies.
The third season has been confirmed to premiere in December 2020 and begin filming in October 2021.
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