Disney+ The Mandalorian Season Two

Disney+ The Mandalorian Season Two

Avery Rosenbaum, Writer

The infamous series “The Mandalorian” , a StarWars spinoff,  is soon to release season two of the show on October 30th 2020, after leaving fans and viewers on a cliff-hanger since the show first came out through the app Disney +. Disney plus has a lot to offer to its subscribers and this season two might just be the best of them all featuring the most loved and adored Baby Yoda. 

 

When the show “The Mandalorian” first came out in November of 2019 it had viewers hooked and most certainly shocked. Many fans and viewers assumed that season two was supposed to be realised in April 2020, but due to the pandemic the whole production was put into a halt, and it has now been a little under a year since season one was released. Fans are more eager than ever before. “An audience tends to enjoy a story by sticking to tropes and characters they understand — like a gunslinger in the Old West. So it was a clear story and a fun adventure even if you’ve never seen anything in the Star Wars universe series.” Filoni said, one of the producers. 

“I have no question fans are going to like this season even more — everything’s in there,” star Gina Carano says. “If you’re a Star Wars fan, you’re going to get to see things you’ve always wanted to see.” After debuting a trailer it has enlightened  the show’s massive fan base even more. This production was a load of money too, just the process of season one cost the show 100 million dollars with 12.5 million dollars per episode with eight episodes per season. The star of the show Baby Yoda was not even animated, he had to have four puppeteers control the puppet. 

 

Most fans were even wondering if the cast of the show was going to stay the same considering the fact the last actors made such an impact on fans. Well the only names officially confirmed are Pedro Pascal, who previously played the Bounty Hunter Mandolorian, Carls Weathers as the same bounty hunter boss, Gina Carano as ex- military soldier like last season, and Giancarlo Esposito as the formidable Moff Gideon. “It’s so exciting for me to be in a show where I can wear a cape and own it, and where I can have a lightsaber and really own it,” Esposito said. It has been reported and rumored that season two of The Mandalorian will see Rosario Dawson take the role as Ahsoka Tano, a previous character from the Star Wars movies “The Clone Wars” and “Star Wars Rebels.” All fans are super excited for season two and hopefully and possibly even season three.