The third season of The Mandalorian arrived today (1) on Disney + and will have weekly episodes on the streaming service. However, some fans are already begging for more content. In the end, The Mandalorian will there be a 4th season?
No confirmation has yet been made by the streaming platform, but Jon Favreau, creator of the series, has already made it very clear that he has plans for the future of production. In an interview, he stated that the 4th season of The Mandalorian has already been written, even if the renewal is still uncertain for everyone.
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According to Favreau, writing Season 4 so soon was a necessity of the moment. For him, it is important to think about the continuity of the story presented, so the sooner it is written, the more connected the events become.
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However, it wasn’t anything very detailed, as he explains. At first, only a mapping of the main points of the story is done and, over time, each episode will be written in detail.
The process also needs attention due to the universe of Star Wars which is constantly expanding. New series should arrive soon, which means that many variables come into play before making any decisions.
To maintain historical accuracy and respect for fans, who are attentive to details, it is important to understand the timeline in which The Mandalorian is located.
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Regarding the story, it all depends on what will be represented throughout the 3rd season of the series, which will have new episodes until April. What is expected is that the next episodes address the prophecy, in which someone capable of restoring Mandalore was mentioned, and the name of Din Djarin or Grogu is revealed.
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The prophecy that was lightly mentioned in The Book of Boba Fett may resume sometime during the new season of The Mandalorian. With that, the two series should become even more connected.
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