'The Mandalorian' Season 3 Is Already in the Works | 22 Words

Disney truly struck gold with its Star Wars spin-off,  The Mandalorian - with fans and critics alike lavishing it with praise.

And now it looks like a third season is already in the works. Keep scrolling for all the details on the exciting update...

The Mandalorian has completely won over viewers.

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The original sci-fi spin-off series, set in the Star Wars universe, has been drawing in significant praise from fans, who instantly dug into the episodes available on Disney's new streaming service, Disney +.

The series is set 5 years after the events of Return of the Jedi.

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Directed by Bryce Dallas Howard, best known for playing Claire Dearing in Jurassic World, The Mandalorian offers Star Wars fans a tantalizing new live-action spin-off of the beloved franchise.

And it's the first of its kind on the platform.

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The Mandolorian well and truly keeps the franchise alive - offering what many are describing as a "gritter" take on the universe.

The show chronicles the story of a galactic bounty hunter, Dyn Jarren.

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Boasting an impressive cast including the likes of Narcos' Pedro Pascal in the leading role, viewers watch as Dyn attempts to survive in the aftermath of the Empire’s collapse.

The show takes a much darker approach than other Star Wars spinoffs.

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Far from the authority of the New Republic, we get to see the adventures of the lone gunfighter as he reaches the outer edges of the universe. Meaning we're bound to see some new, never-seen-before locales.

Though we still got see the odd Storm Trooper...

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Because what would a Star Wars spin-off be without them?

And we get introduced to baby Yoda...

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He's arguably been the star of the show, with the internet completely gushing over him since the show's debut. Let's be honest, he's adorable.

Of course, the show is packed full of the usual strange creatures...

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We're introduced to IG-11, a droid that's the same model as IG-88 - one of the bounty hunters seen on Darth Vader's Super Star Destroyer in The Empire Strikes Back. We've also caught a glimpse of an Ugnaught - the porcine species previously seen working as janitors on Cloud City in Empire Strikes Back - named Kuill, who appears to be an ally of the Mandalorian.

The premiere of the series landed on the platform's launch date - November 12, 2019.

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The episodes were set for a staggered weekly release - keeping anticipation sky high.

After its premiere, critics were typing away to award the show glowing reviews.

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Writing for Forbes, Dani Di Placido said: "Only two episodes in, and The Mandalorian already feels more authentic, more Star Wars, than any of Disney's film sequels. "The Mandalorian is slightly darker than what we're used to, yet undeniably goofy, packed with peculiar creatures, gunfights that end in disintegrations, and environments that feel like Ralph McQuarrie concept art brought to life."

The show has earnt an impressive score of 8.8 on imdb.

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It well and truly had fans hooked and has completely taken over pop-culture since it hit screens.

And it seems fans can't get enough, with some branding the show a "masterpiece."

Many have been saying that the show trumps all the other Star Wars spin-offs, creating a quintessential Star Wars tone that mirrors that of the classics. Sadly, however, that hasn't been the case for the new Star Wars movie, Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker, which people are saying completely copied another popular film... Read more at the end.

The show's profound success recently reached new heights...

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The Mandalorian has officially dethroned Stranger Things as the top streaming TV show in the U.S.

It was an impressive achievement.

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Stranger Things enjoyed twenty-one consecutive weeks at the top of Parrot Analytics' weekly list of the most in-demand original streaming shows in the U.S. but The Mandalorian appears to have already surpassed it.

The show's success is measured by "demand expressions."

The unit is designed to reflect the desire, engagement, and viewership of a series weighted by importance, Business Insider reports.

The Mandalorian had a staggering number of these impressions between November 17th to November 23rd 2019.

The show raked in an impressive 100 million demand expressions during the week period, while Stranger Things had 81 million.

Now that season 1 has wrapped up...

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After an epic finale, fans have been desperate to find out what the future of the show will look like.

So, what can we expect from season 2?

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Throughout season 1, we got a glimpse into Mandalorian’s childhood, which was set sometime around the Clone Wars - paving the way for a more detailed look into Mando’s past.

The Mandalorian managed to steer clear of the usual tropes like cameos, but it seems there may be a change in direction for the next offering...

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According to Deadline: “Insiders have hinted that several established characters from the Skywalker saga’s feature films mythology will make appearances" in season 2.

But there's one new detail that has surfaced, and fans are massively divided over it...

... The possible return of Darth Maul.

It all started when 2 of the actors who played him weighed in on the show.

Ray Park posted of himself in the Darth Maul makeup on Instagram, along with the caption: "Meet me on Dathomir" SITH LIFE! #maul #soloastarwarsstory #starwars #thephantommenace #darthmaul #sith #sithrule #sithlife #raypark #action #darkside." But that wasn't all...

Sam Witwer then took to Twitter to directly reference The Mandalorian.

His tweet was, of course, a reference to the Darksaber. The fact that both actors weighed in on the show led many to speculate the return of the infamous villain for the show's second offering.

But how would his return even be possible?

Well, he has cheated death before, so it wouldn't be off the table. Even if it's just a brief flashback, it would certainly be a hook for the new season.

But it seems fans are split over the rumors.

Many seem excited by even just a possible flashback, but others aren't as thrilled by the rumors.

Some fans think he shouldn't be in the series full stop.

Either-way, we suppose we'll have to wait and see.

And that's not the only season 2 related news...

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We finally have a release date.

Mark your calendars...

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The Mandalorian season 2 will hit screens in October 2020.

Once again, it looks like there's been an exciting update...

Season 2 may not have hit our screens yet, but sources close to the hit series confirmed to Variety today that season 3 is in the works.

Sources confirmed that creator and producer Jon Favreau has been writing season 3 "for a while."

And that the series art department, headed by Lucasfilm vice president and executive creative director Doug Chiang, has been working on concept art for the new season "for the past few weeks."

That's not all...

"We've just started pre-production and are looking into further adventures for the Mandalorian in Season 3," another source said, according to the publication. So, rest assured, it looks like there plenty more Mandalorian content coming our way! In other Star Wars news, Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker has experienced backlash after many have said it has copied another smash hit movie. Keep scrolling to see why...