A Vanity Fair special dedicated to upcoming Star Wars releases has revealed when the third season of Star Wars will premiere. The Mandalorian
The Mandalorian has become a complete success, the first series of Star Wars in real action released in Disney+has caused several interconnected series such as boba fett booka series starring the franchise’s iconic Bounty Hunter, and Ahsoka, series starring Anakin Skywalker’s young padawan, which we were able to find out about in the second season of The Mandalorianwho is searching for Admiral Thrawn, the last person the Jedi was seen alive with, Ezra Bridger in Star Wars Rebels.
Now Vanity Fair in a special dedicated to the franchise. Lucasfilm has confirmed that the third season of The Mandalorian, It will arrive in late 2022 or early 2023 on Disney +.
Previously, the third season of The Mandalorian will hit the platform at Christmas this year. Lucasfilm’s words suggest that fans will have to wait a little longer to see Din Djarin and Grogu in action.
Compared to the constant stream of Marvel Studios content on Disney+. starwars has had more difficulty presenting his projects to fans. While Marvel is constantly releasing both theatrical and streaming deals month after month. The franchise created by Geoge Lucas has only seen the sporadic release of a few series.
Increase in Star Wars premieres on Disney +
This new release window seems to change that trend, with Obi-Wan Kenobi hyping fans up for early summer, Andor in midsummer (perhaps August), and now The Mandalorian potentially ringing in the new year. Ahsoka comes out in 2023, while it is said that The Acolyte is “a little further”. There is also another series in development with the working title Grammar Rodeowhich develops after return of the jedi and is described as the Star Wars version of the “Amblin’s Coming-of-Age Adventure Movies”, created by Jon Watts (the director leaves the Fantastic Four for a galaxy far, far away).
This release window does not include other potential projects that Lucasfilm is keeping quiet about, such as a sequel to Star Wars: Visions and an unannounced animated series.
It will be interesting to see what details are revealed during the star wars celebration in the next week. The convention features a Lucasfilm Studio Showcase panel with appearances from live-action filmmakers, so it looks like there will be more updates (and maybe even footage) during the event. There should at least be a first look at Andor if that series comes in the summer.