The Mandalorian season 3 is not coming to Disney Plus in September 2021

The Mandalorian Chapter 14. Photo courtesy of Disney+.
The Mandalorian Chapter 14. Photo courtesy of Disney+. /

We’re winding down to the latter half of 2021 already. And as many know, the end of the year is when Star Wars TV is back with The Mandalorian.

In its debut season, the series began in November. That, of course, is because it debuted on the same day that Disney+ launched back in 2019. From there, the show released every Friday with new episodes, detailing the adventures of the Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal) and the Child as he sought to protect him from the Client and the evil Moff Gideon.

Season 2 premiered a little bit earlier than that when 2020 rolled around. The Mandalorian season 2 came out at the end of October. And once again, the adventures continued every Friday — this time with Mando trying to bring back Grogu to his people.

Unfortunately, Star Wars will be breaking its traditional Mandalorian release window, because The Mandalorian season 3 won’t be coming out around this time. And as confirmed by Disney+’s September releasesThe Mandalorian season 3 certainly won’t be coming out in the month of September. We will get a Star Wars TV live-action show later this year, but that will be in the form of The Book of Boba Fett, which is coming out in December 2021.

When does The Mandalorian season 3 come out?

There’s not much out there on the release date for The Mandalorian season 3 just yet. But we do know that the show is expected to come out sometime in 2022. The show is said to begin filming in September of this year, so they’ll definitely need the proper amount of time to shoot the scenes, do post-production, and finish up all the other important aspects.

But there are also two other shows that are eyeing a 2022 release date as well, which are Andor and Obi-Wan Kenobi. So, right now, there’s no telling in what order the shows will be released.

In the meantime, Star Wars does have something coming to Disney+ in September 2021. That’s the anime series Star Wars: VisionsIt may be an anthology and non-canon series, but it’s something new and fun that’s sure to delight many Star Wars fans.

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