The "Star Wars" universe has expanded quite a bit with the growing slate of shows set in a galaxy far, far away on Disney+, but "The Mandalorian" started it all. Bounty hunter Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal), more widely known simply as The Mandalorian, has two seasons under his belt, but he was also brought in for multiple episodes of "The Book of Boba Fett." And, before taking on her own upcoming series, Ahsoka Tano (Rosario Dawson) was brought into the world of live-action on "The Mandalorian" Season 2, making a brief appearance in "The Book of Boba Fett" as well.
"The Mandalorian" features Din Djarin, a bounty hunter who has vowed an oath to live by the creed of the Mandalorians, dedicated warriors who have sworn never to remove their helmets in front of anyone. In the years following a profound tragedy on his home planet, Din Djarin has been forced to eke out a living as a bounty hunter, putting his skills as a tracker and warrior to good use. We have seen Djarin break some of his core vows over the years, like when he decides to ditch a job to save and protect young Grogu, but he remains a warrior and stands as, presumably, one of the last of his kind.
Even with the growing amount of "Star Wars" content headed to Disney+, like the highly-anticipated series "Andor," fans are still eagerly awaiting the next chapter of "The Mandalorian." Following Looper's attendance at the 2022 Star Wars Celebration at the Anaheim Convention Center, we finally have the Season 3 updates you're craving.
There is still a bit of a wait for "The Mandalorian" Season 3. During the 2022 Star Wars Celebration, it was announced that the Disney+ "Star Wars" series that started it all won't be premiering until February of 2023 (via Twitter). That's quite a stretch of time for fans as Season 2 hit Disney+ all the way back in October 2020. Din Djarin did, of course, continue his journey in a few episodes of "The Book of Boba Fett" alongside that titular character (played by franchise regular Temuera Morrison), but it's been a while since he was front and center on his own show.
There is plenty of content to hold fans over until then though and considering the fact that Din Djarin became a bigger part of "The Book of Boba Fett" than many fans expected, there's always the chance we could see the gunslinger before then. "Obi-Wan Kenobi" debuted the first two of six episodes on May 27, reintroducing Ewan McGregor as the title character for the first time since 2005's "Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith." That show will end its run in August, just in time for the debut of "Andor," which drops on August 31 and serves as a prequel to 2016's "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story," bringing back Cassian Andor (Diego Luna).