The news of Mandalorian 3 has created a huge impact on the internet within a few days itself. The second season was released just a few days before Disney + had mentioned the third season. The American series, created by Jon Favreau, has received worldwide recognition since it is showered with love as well as critical acclamation. The series is extremely new, and the first season was released on the 12th of November, 2019.
Till now, Mandalorian contains two seasons having eight episodes. Produced by Dave Feloni, Kathleen Kennedy, and Colin Wilson, the series has been considered exciting and amazing throughout the world.
The series has won seven Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, which marks its importance. The third season is currently in the chase, and there has been no news regarding the posters or the trailers.
The Mandalorian Series: What is it Based on?
The Mandalorian is the first and the only ongoing live-action series which is related to the Star Wars franchise. The story began from the events of Episode VI- Return of the Jedi (1983) and the fall of the Galactic Empire right after 5 years.
It revolves around the finding and arresting of the fascist armies who did not surrender. This would result that the New Republic would maintain order all over the galaxies.
Din Djarin, a Mandalorian bounty hunter, has to retrieve a child Grogu as the Imperial forces have ordered him to do so. But instead of giving away the baby, Djarin starts taking care of him.
Moff Gideon, the leader of a remnant of the fallen Galactic Empire, starts to find Djarin for his misconduct. Moff uses Grogu for “the Force” when Djarin wants to save him.
The Mandalorian Season 1: What was Season 1 was all about?
The Mandalorians are a multi-ethnic clan that lives on the planet Mandalore. A civil war had broken out, which claimed several lives and forced the few survivors to save themselves and flee to other planets. Such survivors had ended up on the planet Navarro where they had formed a tribe. Din Djarin, popularly known as “Mando,” was also a part of this tribe.
Din Djarin is a famous bounty hunter who is extremely skilled due to his warrior training in the past. A former Empire official, “The Client,” orders him to retrieve a baby with his mystical powers.
When Din Djarin is able to find him, he has emotions for the child since he himself was orphaned at a young age. He decides to protect and not give over the child and gives him the popular title of “Baby Yoda.”
Mando and Baby Yoda then try to hide from the other bounty hunters and former Empire cronies. Mando receives support from Greef Karga in order to defeat The Client, which would also help them to secure their freedom. They made new acquaintances such as Cara Dune, Kuril, and a remodeled IG-11, which was made to kill Baby Yoda.
However, a former high-ranking official, Mofff Gideon, continues to be a negative character who brings about several hurdles for all. The final season was all about Mando, Cara, Greef, and Baby Yoda being successful in escaping the stormtroopers.
The stormtroopers had killed Kuiil, and IG-11 sacrifices himself to save the rest of the team. As the episode ends, Greef gives Cara the offer to become his enforcer. Meanwhile, Mando and Baby Yoda held hands together to leave on a mission.
The team leaves their separate ways after burying Kuril. Also, Moff Gideon, who was presumed dead during his fight with Mando, was heard to be alive surprisingly.
The Mandalorian Season 2 Plot: What Happened in Season 2?
Mando meets a Frog Lady who helps to find her husband. After the couple meets, Djarin is delighted to get information about the place where he would be able to find his fellow natives.
While finding the way, Mando and Baby Yoda deal with several problems. Bo-Katan Kryze tags along three Mandalorians with her and finally saves the two.
Bo-Katan and Mando come to a bargain where he promises to give him information on the Jedi to seize weapons from an Imperial freighter. Bo-Katan tells him to meet the Jedi Ahsoka Tano, who stays on the forest planet of Corvus.
Ahsoka Tano will be found in the city of Calodan on the planet Corvus. Mando and Baby Yoda got to know that the population was scared of Morgan Elsbeth, the city’s magistrate.
Mando and Baby Yoda meet Ahsoka, who uses The Force to understand that Baby Yoda’s name is Grog. She also finds out that Yoda began his training as a Jedi before the rise of the Empire.
At first, she decided to help Grogu continue his training but no sooner rejects the idea since her friendship with Mando could get ruined. Thus, she tells Mando to take Baby Yoda to an ancient temple on Tython so that Grogu can utilize The Force to sense other Jedis and take the next decisions.
Mando places Grogu on the seeing stone at the centre of ancient times after reaching the place. Grogu starts meditating and suddenly gets preoccupied with a force field.
Moff successfully captures Baby Yoda and orders the forces to disappear. Again a journey builds up where Mando, Frett, and Fennec travel to Frett’s ship to save Baby Yoda. Cara asks an ex-Imperial under her custody to help her locate Moff.
They locate Moff’s cruiser, where the fight between the owner and Mando takes place. Mando soon overpowers Moff and gets hold of the Darksaber. Luke Skywalker enters the ship and destroys the saviours of Gideon.
Luko successfully gets hold of Grogu, and they both flee. The final season dealt with Frett, and Fennec flew to Jabba’s Palace on Tatooine. Bob Fortuna is killed, and Frett acquired the throne.
The Mandalorian 3: What Season 3 will be about?
Mandalorian Season 2 had Luke Skywalker as a major surprise. The third season will mainly deal with the rightful owner of the DarkSaber and whether Baby Yoda would return to Mando. It is not at all expected that Skywalker would make a return once more in this season.
The rise of the Empire and Gideon’s ship is still a mystery. Bo Katan and her mission to reclaim the throne must also be portrayed.
Not too much information has been leaked about the third season, so the Star Wars fans need to pull their seat belts in the first half of 2022 in order to see the end.
The Mandalorian 3 Release Date
As of now, it is not clear when The Mandalorian 3 will release but as Disney+ has already renewed the series for a Third Season so we can expect it to be dropped sometime in Christmas December 2021 but it might get delayed based on how the production for the TV Show. So till then stay tuned to MediaScrolls if we receive any other major updates on the Show we will Update this portion of our Article.