Producer Dave Filoni teases what could be expected from The Mandalorian season 3. Lucasfilm’s initial live-action series surfaced in 2019 and has been quickly a hit for its Star Wars franchise. Another season released in 2020, although its second outing is already supported, it is going to be a far longer wait compared to its predecessors, since the focus is presently on its offshoot, Novel of Boba Fett.
After getting a clan of two, Din Djarin was tasked to bring Baby Yoda back into the Jedi; before he turned into his father figure since they scoured the galaxy for his or her people. Their mission was made complex by Moff Gideon’s attempts to kidnap Baby Yoda, which he ultimately succeeded in, leaving Mando desperate to rescue him. The Mandalorian season 2 finale, “Chapter 16: The Rescue,” reunited the pair, together with Din and his newfound allies successfully retrieving the Child. Alas, the reunion did not last long; Luke Skywalker came to pick up Grogu for training, effectively separating the dad and son.
This will be the jumping point for The Mandalorian season 3, which makes it more difficult to predict exactly what lies ahead for the titular character. When requested by Good Morning America about the much-anticipated yield of the show, Filoni understandably wasn’t able to get into particulars, but he did say that there will be more adventures to come. He added that he and show founder, Jon Favreau, are currently busy working on a Novel of Boba Fett. See what Filoni said about season 3 below:
Oh, that’s a tricky one, you know I don’t like to enter these replies without Jon here, my partner Jon Favreau. It is exciting, we’re both working on this, we’re working on Boba Fett at this time, so there are a lot of new experiences coming up. I need to be careful, I can not say anything special, but I feel the Force will be strong by it. Let’s just say.
In the conclusion of The Mandalorian season 2, a surprise stinger has been comprised, teasing the show’s first spin-off collection, Book of Boba Fett, starring the fan-favorite bounty hunter played by Temuera Morrison along with his trusted ally, Fennec Shand, portrayed by Ming-Na Wen. For a little while, it was unsure what the job was, together with speculations that it will essentially be The Mandalorian season 3, finishing the focus on Din. However, this was immediately debunked as the Book of Boba Fett is going to be different. This means that Mando’s narrative continues, though it might not feature Baby Yoda moving forward.
Even though Grogu’s supposed lack in The Mandalorian season 3 will considerably affect the show, there’s still so much story left for Din out of being a caretaker for the kid. In the conclusion of season two, he also becomes the official owner of the Darksaber as he won it at a battle against Moff Gideon. This effectively strikes him from Bo-Katan Kryze who has been working to reclaim the weapon to reunite Mandalore. It will be interesting to see how this scenario will alter the dynamic between Mando and Bo-Katan. Additionally, Filoni’s remarks about more experiences may indicate that the series will keep on sending Din to various missions, possibly, as he returns in his original bounty hunting actions.