Star Wars Mandalorian Season 3 Review
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Star Wars’ The Mandalorian fans have been looking forward to season 3 since season 2 ended. Let’s recap what’s happened so far in season 3. We are all waiting anxiously for when each episode comes out. 

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The Mandalorian season 3 does not waste time jumping into the adventure. One of the big things the season needs to cover is the reunification of Gorgu and Din Djarin. If you skipped the show, The Book of Boba Fett, then how Gorgu and Djarin reunited is complicated. It is a side story that isn’t needed to know, but most people are curious how they were reunited. 

Star Wars' The Mandalorian Season 3 Review
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The first episode resets the table for a new quest setting the stage for Din Djarin to atone for his transgressions against his creed and to find his way back to the Mandalorian people. He will need help along the way, which means many more side missions will happen. 

If you enjoyed the first and second episodes of the season, then you are in for a treat. The first episode takes you along what feels like a roller coaster, but it brings the pieces of the show together and starts the quests of season 3. The second episode helps build up on the first and find its footing. Din’s journey to Mandalore takes a twist turning into a life-or-death scenario. This pushes Gorgu to lean on everything Din has been teaching him.

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You will be seeing some familiar faces as you did in season 2, like the young Luke Skywalker, and the door is still open to seeing him in the future. It has yet to be confirmed, but we’re speculating he returns in season 3 to help with training or guides from Force-sensitive beings. 

The Mandalorian season 3 will dive deeper into the culture and how broken it is from the Empire’s reign of terror.  We know that Bo-katan is a broken, lonely fighter who is scared of leading her people into danger. It is fascinating to see Bo-Katan’s view of how she is so sick and tired of how the Mandalorian culture destroyed everything for her and her loved ones. Fans will be gripping the edge of their seats, rooting for her to find self-redemption by the time the season ends. 

Baby Yoda is back, which everybody has been waiting for. He remains the cheeky part of the show, burbling and gurgling his way through when big action scenes happen. Now it’s only the beginning of the season with only two episodes released, and episode 3 will be released this week. You should know that season four of the show is in the works. It is crazy that we are not even halfway through season 3, and we already know we are getting a season 4. 

Fans say more than thirty-five minutes per episode is needed to get everything they want with the show. Even though The Mandalorian takes them on an unforgettable journey, fans are asking for more. The first two episodes lead the way for an unpredicted and exciting future. With only eight short episodes, we’ll have to wait and see the action that is ahead.

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Anything can happen now, which gives The Mandalorian season 3 a thrilling start for the fans. If the progress stays like its current course, there is no doubt that The Mandalorian season 3 will be a huge slam dunk. You can stream The Mandalorian on Disney+ right now. Episode 3 will be released on Wednesday, March 15th.