Just prior to our current global situation, Disney was wrapping up production on season two of The Mandalorian.
Obviously knowing they had a massive hit on their hands, as season two of The Mandalorian was already in production back in 2019 while season one was debuting. Luckily, because of that head start, it looks like Disney will be able to stick to their previously-announced October 2020 release date.
Appearing on CNBC on Monday, new Mouse House CEO Bob Chapek — the successor of Bob Iger, who stepped down as CEO in January — claimed that “there will be no delay” when it comes to the release of the next batch of The Mandalorian episodes.
In a new interview with CNBC on Monday, Disney CEO Bob Chapek confirmed that post-production on Season 2 of The Mandalorian is still ongoing and that “there will be no delay.” Barring any unforeseen circumstances, this news puts the Baby Yoda series on track for its October premiere on Disney+. [via Uproxx]
That’s certainly fantastic news for eager fans of the series, as Disney is certainly loading the deck to up the ante in season two. In addition to the continued adventures of Mando and Baby Yoda, two Star Wars legends — Boba Fett and Ahsako Tano (portrayed in live-action for the first time by Rosaro Dawson) — are set to appear.
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