What number of Seasons of the Mandalorian are we really going to get on Disney +?

How many seasons of The Mandalorian will we get? That remains in the air for the time being. Star Pedro Pascal doesn’t know, or at least he’s not sharing this information right now. No matter how long the live-action Star Wars show goes on, Pascal says it will be about quality over quantity.

Pedro Pascal is currently promoting his new film Wonder Woman 1984 which is in theaters and on HBO Max. In a recent interview, he was asked how many more fans can expect beyond Season 2 of The Mandalorian. There is no definitive answer for now, except for Pascal as long as they can keep the quality at the set standard and keep the train on the tracks. Here’s what he had to say about it.

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“I have no idea, I have no idea. Because I think quality will always override quantity. As long as it stays at that incredible standard that it is, it’s more a question of it than anything.”

One of the best things The Mandalorian has to offer from a business perspective is how loved it is all around. While the Star Wars sequel trilogy, particularly The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker, proved divisive, The Mandalorian has seemingly united the fan base under one roof. There aren’t many people walking around and beating up the show. Maintaining this could benefit the franchise for years to come. We know for a fact that Season 3 is already in the works, and maybe there was talk of Season 4. But beyond that, nothing is certain.

What we know for sure is that Lucasfilm and Disney are already capitalizing on the show’s success in other ways. war of stars is expanding enormously on Disney +, and a tidal wave of new shows is coming in the pipeline. Ahsoka, Rangers of the New Republic, The Acolyte, Visions and The Book of Boba Fett and the animated series The Bad Batch are on the way. Yes, movies like Rogue Squadron are still on, but The Mandalorian has cemented television as the future of the franchise, at least for now.

When we see the third season of The Mandalorian it will be a little longer this time. After that epic season two finale, it was announced that The Book of Boba Fett would hit Disney + in December 2021. The show is now in production, and Mando will be back in the saddle after filming Boba Fett’s solo series. Whether or not Baby Yoda is coming back is up in the air considering what happened in the finale. We will keep you updated as more details become available. The full interview clip can be found on Entertainment Tonight’s YouTube channel.

Topics: The Mandalorian, Star Wars, Disney Plus, Streaming

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