Disney+ international hints that The Mandalorian season 3’s on track for 2021

Pedro Pascal is the Mandalorian and Nick Nolte is Kuil in THE MANDALORIAN, exclusively on Disney+/
Pedro Pascal is the Mandalorian and Nick Nolte is Kuil in THE MANDALORIAN, exclusively on Disney+/ /

An international promo for Disney+ is saying The Mandalorian season 3 will be out in 2021.

Disney+’s The Mandalorian is on track to being one of the next high-production-value TV series that proves it can release every year without any gaps in between. The show stunningly turned around production for season 2 just before COVID restrictions hit and, as we see now, the series came out right on time this October.

But will the unofficially announced season 3 still have that kind of luck with another release coming out next year? An international Disney+ promo seems to think so. In the video promo (as found by The Direct), a clip showcasing the content on the platform for Slovakia shows that The Mandalorian will be having seasons 1, 2, and 3 all stream on the international platform in 2021.

The clip was released on Nov. 10 and already includes other Disney+ shows like WandaVision, which was just confirmed today to be released on Jan. 15, 2021. (Whereas many thought the show would be released in December 2020). So this could be proof that The Mandalorian season 3 is on track for 2021 as well — seeing as it’d be pretty odd if Disney+ were to allow one of its international promotions to contain false information. You can see for yourself in the video below.

There have been other instances of international Disney+ accounts releasing information that hadn’t been confirmed by Disney prior. That especially goes for The Mandalorian, in which Disney+ Germany seemed to confirm that Rosario Dawson would be appearing in this current season. It was released via an Instagram story update, and the story also mentioned Timothy Olyphant and Sasha Banks would appear as guest stars.

Again, it’d be odd for Disney to let this type of information slide if it weren’t true, though there’s no telling how information and promotions are regulated when it comes to its international sectors. Still, Disney is Disney no matter what. So we’re assuming they’d keep a tight lid on its information no matter where they were. (Well… that is unless it’s Burger King Germany dishing out spoilers about The Rise of Skywalker.)

In another interesting development: the mysterious Boba Fett project appeared in Production Weekly, which could confirm Deadline’s earlier report that a miniseries could be well on the way to filming soon. It seems like the series would air before The Mandalorian season 3, so there’s a lot to look out for right now in the Star Wars/Disney+ sector of news!

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New episodes of The Mandalorian season 2 are currently streaming on Disney+ every Friday.