"The Mandalorian" is the first live series from the "Star Wars" universe, available since November 12 in the United States and March 31, 2020 in France -
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“Wherever I go, he follows me.
Whether or not you've seen Season 1 of
on Disney +, you now know about Baby Yoda.
You might even already have a stuffed animal.
The Mandalorian, Pedro Pascal under the helmet, made it his mission to protect him, and the child follows him wherever he goes.
A child whose spectator could see the capacities in season 1. Not to say the Force.
While season 2 is (very) expected on October 30 on Disney +, a first trailer was unveiled on Tuesday, and it is about… Jedi!
"Wherever I go, he follows me."
Check out the new #TheMandalorian trailer, streaming from October 30 exclusively on #DisneyPlus.
- Disney + FR (@DisneyPlusFR) September 15, 2020
is set five years after
Return of the Jedi
, and much like the new trilogy, the Jedi are more of a legend, and are thus presented in the trailer as a somewhat forgotten wizarding order.
Mando will thus travel the galaxy in search of them to return Baby Yoda "to his fellows".
These eight new episodes should delight fans, as they will meet the original Boba Fett and Ahsoka Tano, the fandom's favorite character, in the guise of Rosario Dawson.
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