Star Wars fans hoping to see The Mandalorian Season 2 can breathe easier. Disney CEO Bob Chepak says there will not be any delays.
With so many television shows getting canceled early or premiere dates getting pushed back, Star Wars fans wondered what would happen to The Mandalorian Season 2.
It has been slated to release in October with Mando and The Child (AKA Baby Yoda) on their new adventures after escaping Moff Gideon. The good news is that Disney CEO Bob Chepak said there won’t be any delays during an interview with CNBC.
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The Mandalorian wrapped filming in early March before stay-at-home orders were issued and television and movie productions had to shut down. Post-production work doesn’t seem to be too affected by the stay-at-home orders.
There was speculation on what could happen to The Mandalorian, but there were many who were confident the Star Wars original show would not be affected.
It was good to get that confirmation from Chepak as fans have something to look forward to this fall.
Disney+ is available in many countries around the world, including 54.5 million households, according to Chepak.
Chepak didn’t go into details about The Mandalorian, but said the show was in post-production and there will not be a delay.
Pre-production is still in the works for many shows, which includes the several Star Wars shows: the untitled Cassian Andor series, the untitled Kenobi series, and the untitled Leslye Headland project. The only component missing is that middle area of shooting. Unfortunately, there is no timetable as to when it will be able to happen.
Even though Season 2 of The Mandalorian is still five months away, there have been rumors and leaks about the upcoming series, including the return of Boba Fett.
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