The Mandalorian: Pedro Pascal Teases The Upcoming Season 3

The second live-action Star Wars series The Book of Boba Fett recently concluded, and while it’s still unknown if the series will return for the second season, Star Wars fans are already gearing up for what the future holds. Disney recently announced that the next Star Wars series — Obi-Wan Kenobi — is set to premiere on May 25 this year, but we also didn’t forget that the show that started the Star Wars era on Disney+ — The Mandalorian — is also set to return for Season 3 by the end of this year.

The Mandalorian debuted in November 2019 as the launching series for Disney+. The series received critical acclaim, and fans called it a fresh start for the Star Wars universe, especially after Disney’s sequel trilogy which wasn’t received as good as expected, regardless of the amazing result at the box office. The second season of The Mandalorian has also set up the spin-off series The Book of Boba Fett, and Mando also made an appearance in the spin-off. That way, The Book of Boba Fett opened the way for the upcoming third season of The Mandalorian, and Pedro Pascal, who is set to return as the titular character, now gave a quick tease.

Okay, there will be some familiar faces and there will be a lot of new faces. In addition, there is again a lot of action and a really great story.” — Pedro Pascal for Neelix (via ScreenRant)

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The return of the old characters is definitely something that’s expected, especially after so many special guest stars in The Book of Boba Fett. We are expecting to see characters like Ahsoka, played by Rosario Dawson, who is also set to return for her own spin-off series next year, as well as young Luke Skywalker, and Baby Yoda (yes, we are still calling him like that).

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