The Mandalorian Season 2 Will Be Coming to Disney+ Fall 2020

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It’s no secret that The Mandalorian has been a huge hit with Star Wars and Disney+ fans.

Now everyone is talking about how The Mandalorian is getting a Season 2, but the second season was already announced back in July, before the first season and Disney+ even premiered. That isn’t new news actually. I guess a lot of people weren’t paying attention because it wasn’t out yet and it wasn’t on a lot of people’s radar?

But, there is new news!

Today we did get an an idea of when to expect the second season of this fantastic show. The news came straight from Jon Favreau himself.


Of course this news was met with a lot of excitement. I would be completely surprised if it wasn’t. The Mandalorian is fantastic and frankly Disney’s best hope for uniting the fandom again. It seems everyone is familiar with Baby Yoda. He’s become and internet sensation and a beloved character. You know you’ve “made it” when you become a popular meme.

This is likely just the beginning for Disney+ and Star Wars. I have a feeling we will start to see more Star Wars shows or movies green-lit for the service, although personally I’m really excited for the Obi-Wan and Cassian Andor series.

So fans get ready! More Mandalorian is coming soon and I am so happy to be excited about Star Wars again. I really hope they put Jon Favreau in charge of more Star Wars productions moving forward, he really seems to understand the franchise and if you are going to make anything in the Star Wars universe you need to have that.

“I have spoken!”

Just kidding. What do you think? Comment and let us know! “It is the way.”

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