After a season finale in style and the confirmation of a third, we only have to wonder how much more we have to see from The Mandalorian.
The Mandalorian closed its second season in style. The Rescue had many memorable moments that aroused nostalgia in some and gave way to the events of the third season. The series is not only Lucasfilm’s great success, it is also one of the most popular titles of its kind. So it is not surprising that the study wants to continue exploring this timeline. But how many more seasons will he have of The Mandalorian?
The truth is that there is no official answer. Not even Pedro Pascal himself, the protagonist of the series that gives life to Din Djarin, ventures to give an approximation. The actor is promoting Wonder Woman 1984, in which he changes from being the hero of the story to playing the villain Max Lord. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Pascal confesses that he does not know how many seasons The Mandalorian will have. But that the goal is not to create many seasons, but quality seasons.
“No idea, I have no idea. Because I believe that quality is always going to be above quantity. So as long as this incredible standard is followed. That matters more than the rest ”.
At the moment, The Mandalorian is not lacking in the quality element. The last episode of the second season has a near-perfect 9.9 rating on IMDb. In addition to good reviews from the followers. For its part, the first season received 15 nominations in 12 categories of the Emmy Awards. Of these, it took home seven, among them for visual effects and musical composition by Ludwig Göransson. During its premiere, it snatched Stranger Things the title of the most-watched series on a streaming platform.
Within Lucasfilm, it has also caused its own stir. Such is the general success of the first live-action Star Wars series that the studio has already given the green light to as many projects that will see the light of day in the coming years. Among them, Ahsoka, The Book of Boba Fett, and Rangers of the New Republic will share a timeline with The Mandalorian. So it is more than likely that the studio wants to continue to exploit the series until they run out of Din Djarin stories. And even if they delayed the premiere of the third season, there are many lines that could be explored.
After saying goodbye to Grogu, Din Djarin’s mission to deliver him to the Jedi is complete. Our protagonist will now have to face new adventures. In the last episode, we saw him take over the dark saber after defeating Moff Gideon. Everything indicates that the future will have to face Bo-Katan who will not accept the weapon without a previous fight. Until that happens, The Mandalorian is the leader of Mandalore, a responsibility for which he is unprepared