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The Mandalorian season 3: news, cast, plot, and more

It seems likely that The Mandalorian season 3 will arrive on Disney Plus towards the end of the year, but that’s yet to be confirmed. Although it’s been a while since season two, The Boba Fett Book captured some of the key points around Pedro Pascal’s Din Djarin and his little green scrum Grogu, so we’ll be seeing our favorite duo again next season. We can wait to see each other. collective part.

We’ve rounded up everything there is to know about the upcoming season, including who’s who in the cast, updates on set (production has wrapped), where the plot could take place next and when it might happen. finally, we see a trailer and even quotes from executive producer Dave Filoni and Moff Gideon actor Giancarlo Esposito. This is just the beginning too, so scroll down for the ultimate guide to The Mandalorian season 3. This is the way!

The Mandalorian Season 3 Release Date Could Be December 2022

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That said, Disney confirmed that the Andor and Obi-Wan Kenobi series will both arrive in 2022 – but didn’t add anything about The Mandalorian season 3. Could the show come in 2023? I hope we will have an official statement very soon.

The Mandalorian season 3 cast

The Mandalorian season 3 cast

Weather in Carlton As he confirmed at Steel City Con, Greef is back as Crow and will be directing again as well. We Can Wait After The Mandalorian Season 2 Ends Katee Sackhoff He will return as Bo-Katan, especially now that the Darksaber is in Din’s hands. Rosario Dawson’s Ahsoka might return, but she also has a spinoff series coming up and her status remains unclear after her small role in The Boba Fett Book.

Back to the future Christopher Lloyd He also joined the series in a mystery role.

Meanwhile, Mercedes Varnado’s Sasha Banks has confirmed she won’t be returning as Koska Reeves in Season 3.

Another name that definitely won’t be on the show is Gina Carano’s Cara Dune. The general consensus was that he would be one of the main characters in the New Republic Rangers spin-off. However, LucasFilm cut all ties with Carano after the social media event. Because of this, The Mandalorian won’t appear in Season 3, and the New Republic Rangers spin-off has reportedly been cancelled.

What about Migs Mayfeld, played by Bill Burr? Speaking to Screen Rant about Season 3, the actor said, “Oh, I hope so. What I’m doing is being a little part of Jon Favreau and Rick Famuyiwa, who wrote my two chapters – something this big, this good, and means so much to so many people. Frankly, I’m not allowed to say anything else that I love being on this show, and I hope that it will continue and if not, I had a lot of fun.

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Photos from The Mandalorian season 3 set have arrived. In the footage you can see above, we get a glimpse of someone wearing Mandalorian armor – but nothing can be seen in the footage. (From H/T Cow)

The Mandalorian Season 3 Story: What Could Happen Next?

The Mandalorian Season 3 Story

The Mandalorian season 3 can deal with a series of narrative threads waiting to be connected.

Among them, Mando and Bo-Katan’s Darksaber claim seems to be at the top of the list. In episode 16, Din falsely claimed that the Mandalore weapon was his, defeating Moff Gideon in battle. This meant that Bo-Katan, who wanted to get it back from Gideon, now had to defeat Mando in battle. There seemed to be a plot hole in the Clone Wars that saw Sabine Wren literally hand the Darksaber over to Bo-Katan seamlessly, but the Boba Fett book cleared it up. Bo-Katan’s reign in Mandalore ended in disaster, and the Armorer believes that it all hinges on Bo-Katan’s gift to him rather than winning the Darkblade. It seems Din is eager to hold the weapon, use it in search of a bounty, and get training on how to use it from the gunsmith.

Another major plot point revolves around Grogu’s reunion with Din. Boba Fett’s book saw Baby Yoda at a crossroads between becoming a Jedi and staying with Papa Mando, but he chose the latter. It will be interesting to see if the teens have other thoughts or if Luke Skywalker will further influence The Mandalorian.

It looks like Grogu’s powers will indeed continue to be an important part of The Mandalorian. Moff Gideon actor Giancarlo Esposito explained why the villain wanted to take on Baby Yoda so badly: “I’m going to have this child, and it’s for a very different reason than a lot of people think,” he said. he told Galaxy Con. “This kid has magical powers, he’s 50 and can see the future, and ultimately we want everyone on this show to know that this kid can save our universe.” If so, it makes sense that the Empire is still after the boy, and it also suggests we’ll see the little green man again.

Esposito also joked, “You’re gonna see me kill this baby. [Laughs] And that? This is totally wrong, but you know what, I have to stand somewhere to win. Here’s hoping that doesn’t happen…

The actor also said that his character will always be a formidable enemy. “He’s this extreme villain who’s omnipotent and knows all about technology and stuff. Suffice to say you will see Moff again…and soon,” said Metro.co.uk.

Although Gideon is no longer free, he apparently has one last plan left to play. Throughout the season, he’s clearly received information from an unknown source, and it’s something he clarified in the Season 2 finale. It wouldn’t be a surprise if Disney’s new season More explores this connection further. Could it have been thrown away? Or does the Empire have another big player that we don’t know about?

The Mandalorian Season 3 Trailer: When to Expect a Teaser

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The Mandalorian season 3: news, cast, plot, and more

The Mandalorian season 3 looks likely to be arriving on Disney Plus around the end of the year, though that’s not confirmed just yet. While it’s been a while since the second season, The Book of Boba Fett picked up on some key plot points revolving around Pedro Pascal’s Din Djarin and his tiny green charge Grogu, so we can expect to see our favorite duo together once more in the next batch of episodes.
We’ve rounded up absolutely everything else there is to know about the upcoming season right here, with the lowdown on who’s who in the cast, updates on filming (production has wrapped), along with where the plot could go next and when we might finally see a trailer – and even quotes from executive producer Dave Filoni and Moff Gideon actor Giancarlo Esposito. That’s just the start, too, so scroll on for the ultimate guide to The Mandalorian season 3. This is the way!
The Mandalorian season 3 release date could be December 2022

…And what a season of WONDERFULNESS! #BePeace https://t.co/hD9S5lj8ilMarch 29, 2022

However, conversely, Disney has confirmed that Andor and the Obi-Wan Kenobi series will both arrive in 2022 – but did not add anything about The Mandalorian season 3. Could the show come in 2023? Hopefully, we will get some official clarification very soon.
The Mandalorian season 3 cast

Carl Weathers is back as Greef Karga, and will also be directing again, as he confirmed at Steel City Con. After The Mandalorian season 2 ending, we can expect Katee Sackhoff as Bo-Katan to return, especially with how the Darksaber is now in Din’s hands. Rosario Dawson’s Ahsoka could be back, though she also has an upcoming spin-off and her status remains unclear after her cameo in The Book of Boba Fett.
Back to the Future’s Christopher Lloyd has also joined the line-up in a mystery role. 
Meanwhile, Sasha Banks, AKA Mercedes Varnado, has confirmed that she will not be returning as Koska Reeves in season 3. 
Another person who will definitely not be appearing in the series is Gina Carano’s Cara Dune. The general consensus was that she would be one of the main characters in the Rangers of the New Republic spin-off. However, LucasFilm has cut all ties with Carano following her social media activity. She will therefore not be appearing in The Mandalorian season 3 and the Rangers of the New Republic spin-off has reportedly been canceled.
But what about Migs Mayfeld, played by Bill Burr? Talking about season 3 with Screen Rant, the actor said: “Oh, I hope so. Jon Favreau and Rick Famuyiwa, who wrote both of my episodes that I did – to be a small part of something that big that is that good that means so much to so many people. I’m obviously not allowed to say anything other than I just absolutely love being on that show and I hope it continues and if it doesn’t, I’ve had a blast.”
The Mandalorian season 3 set photos

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Photos from the set of The Mandalorian season 3 have arrived. In the pictures, which you can see above, we get a glimpse at someone decked out in Mandalorian armor –but nothing much else can be gleaned from the images. (H/T Den of Geek) 
The Mandalorian season 3 story: What could happen next?

The Mandalorian season 3 could deal with a whole host of narrative threads, just waiting to be tied up.
Among them, Mando and Bo-Katan’s claim for the Darksaber appears to be top of the list. During Chapter 16, Din inadvertently claimed the Mandalore weapon as his own by defeating Moff Gideon in combat. This meant that Bo-Katan, who wanted to reclaim it from Gideon, would now have to beat Mando in combat. There seemed to be a plot hole stemming from The Clone Wars which saw Sabine Wren literally hand over the Darksaber to Bo-Katan without any issues, but The Book of Boba Fett cleared that up. Bo-Katan’s reign of Mandalore ended with disaster, and the Armorer believes it’s all down to Bo-Katan being gifted the Darksaber rather than winning it. It seems Din is keen on keeping the weapon, though, using it in pursuit of a bounty – and getting some training from the Armorer on how to use it. 
Another major plot point revolves around Grogu reuniting with Din. The Book of Boba Fett saw Baby Yoda caught at a crossroads between becoming a Jedi or staying with Papa Mando, though he chose the latter. It will be intriguing to see if the youngling has any second thoughts, or if Luke Skywalker will further factor into The Mandalorian.
It does seem that Grogu’s powers will indeed continue to be a major part of The Mandalorian. Moff Gideon actor Giancarlo Esposito gave a hint as to why the villain wants to get hold of Baby Yoda so much: “I am going to get this child, and it’s for a very different reason than many people think,” he said at GalaxyCon. “This child has magic powers, 50 years old, and can see the future, and we want everyone to know, eventually on this show, that this child could save our universe.” If that’s the case, then it makes sense the Empire are still after the Child – and also makes it likely we’ll be seeing the little green guy again. 
Esposito also joked: “You’re going to see me kill this baby. [Laughs] How about that? It’s totally wrong, but you know what, I’ve got to hold out somewhere that I’m going to win.” Here’s hoping that doesn’t come to pass…
The actor has also indicated his character will still be a formidable foe. “He is that uber villain who is all-powerful and who knows all about the technology and all these other things. So suffice to say, you will see Moff again… and soon,” he told Metro.co.uk.
While Gideon is no longer at large, he seemingly has one last plan left to play. Throughout the season, he has clearly been fed information from an unknown source, and it’s something he explicitly brings up during the season 2 finale. It wouldn’t be a surprise if the new season on Disney Plus explores that connection further. Could it be Thrawn? Or does the Empire have another major player we don’t know about it?
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The Mandalorian season 3: news, cast, plot, and more

The Mandalorian season 3 looks likely to be arriving on Disney Plus around the end of the year, though that’s not confirmed just yet. While it’s been a while since the second season, The Book of Boba Fett picked up on some key plot points revolving around Pedro Pascal’s Din Djarin and his tiny green charge Grogu, so we can expect to see our favorite duo together once more in the next batch of episodes.
We’ve rounded up absolutely everything else there is to know about the upcoming season right here, with the lowdown on who’s who in the cast, updates on filming (production has wrapped), along with where the plot could go next and when we might finally see a trailer – and even quotes from executive producer Dave Filoni and Moff Gideon actor Giancarlo Esposito. That’s just the start, too, so scroll on for the ultimate guide to The Mandalorian season 3. This is the way!
The Mandalorian season 3 release date could be December 2022

…And what a season of WONDERFULNESS! #BePeace https://t.co/hD9S5lj8ilMarch 29, 2022

However, conversely, Disney has confirmed that Andor and the Obi-Wan Kenobi series will both arrive in 2022 – but did not add anything about The Mandalorian season 3. Could the show come in 2023? Hopefully, we will get some official clarification very soon.
The Mandalorian season 3 cast

Carl Weathers is back as Greef Karga, and will also be directing again, as he confirmed at Steel City Con. After The Mandalorian season 2 ending, we can expect Katee Sackhoff as Bo-Katan to return, especially with how the Darksaber is now in Din’s hands. Rosario Dawson’s Ahsoka could be back, though she also has an upcoming spin-off and her status remains unclear after her cameo in The Book of Boba Fett.
Back to the Future’s Christopher Lloyd has also joined the line-up in a mystery role. 
Meanwhile, Sasha Banks, AKA Mercedes Varnado, has confirmed that she will not be returning as Koska Reeves in season 3. 
Another person who will definitely not be appearing in the series is Gina Carano’s Cara Dune. The general consensus was that she would be one of the main characters in the Rangers of the New Republic spin-off. However, LucasFilm has cut all ties with Carano following her social media activity. She will therefore not be appearing in The Mandalorian season 3 and the Rangers of the New Republic spin-off has reportedly been canceled.
But what about Migs Mayfeld, played by Bill Burr? Talking about season 3 with Screen Rant, the actor said: “Oh, I hope so. Jon Favreau and Rick Famuyiwa, who wrote both of my episodes that I did – to be a small part of something that big that is that good that means so much to so many people. I’m obviously not allowed to say anything other than I just absolutely love being on that show and I hope it continues and if it doesn’t, I’ve had a blast.”
The Mandalorian season 3 set photos

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Photos from the set of The Mandalorian season 3 have arrived. In the pictures, which you can see above, we get a glimpse at someone decked out in Mandalorian armor –but nothing much else can be gleaned from the images. (H/T Den of Geek) 
The Mandalorian season 3 story: What could happen next?

The Mandalorian season 3 could deal with a whole host of narrative threads, just waiting to be tied up.
Among them, Mando and Bo-Katan’s claim for the Darksaber appears to be top of the list. During Chapter 16, Din inadvertently claimed the Mandalore weapon as his own by defeating Moff Gideon in combat. This meant that Bo-Katan, who wanted to reclaim it from Gideon, would now have to beat Mando in combat. There seemed to be a plot hole stemming from The Clone Wars which saw Sabine Wren literally hand over the Darksaber to Bo-Katan without any issues, but The Book of Boba Fett cleared that up. Bo-Katan’s reign of Mandalore ended with disaster, and the Armorer believes it’s all down to Bo-Katan being gifted the Darksaber rather than winning it. It seems Din is keen on keeping the weapon, though, using it in pursuit of a bounty – and getting some training from the Armorer on how to use it. 
Another major plot point revolves around Grogu reuniting with Din. The Book of Boba Fett saw Baby Yoda caught at a crossroads between becoming a Jedi or staying with Papa Mando, though he chose the latter. It will be intriguing to see if the youngling has any second thoughts, or if Luke Skywalker will further factor into The Mandalorian.
It does seem that Grogu’s powers will indeed continue to be a major part of The Mandalorian. Moff Gideon actor Giancarlo Esposito gave a hint as to why the villain wants to get hold of Baby Yoda so much: “I am going to get this child, and it’s for a very different reason than many people think,” he said at GalaxyCon. “This child has magic powers, 50 years old, and can see the future, and we want everyone to know, eventually on this show, that this child could save our universe.” If that’s the case, then it makes sense the Empire are still after the Child – and also makes it likely we’ll be seeing the little green guy again. 
Esposito also joked: “You’re going to see me kill this baby. [Laughs] How about that? It’s totally wrong, but you know what, I’ve got to hold out somewhere that I’m going to win.” Here’s hoping that doesn’t come to pass…
The actor has also indicated his character will still be a formidable foe. “He is that uber villain who is all-powerful and who knows all about the technology and all these other things. So suffice to say, you will see Moff again… and soon,” he told Metro.co.uk.
While Gideon is no longer at large, he seemingly has one last plan left to play. Throughout the season, he has clearly been fed information from an unknown source, and it’s something he explicitly brings up during the season 2 finale. It wouldn’t be a surprise if the new season on Disney Plus explores that connection further. Could it be Thrawn? Or does the Empire have another major player we don’t know about it?
The Mandalorian season 3 trailer: When to expect a teaser

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