The Mandalorian Season 2 Schedule: When Will It Air On Disney+?

The trailer for Mandalorian Season 2 has finally arrived. And with it, we finally know the release date for the follow-up to the Disney+ series. The Mandalorian follows the adventures of the titular bounty hunter as he travels the galaxy, escorting “the child,” an infant that is the same alien race as Yoda.

Now, the release date has been revealed, and we know that Episode 1 will premiere on Disney+ on October 30. And because of this new info, we can confidentially speculate when the rest of the episodes will debut. Check out the potential release date schedule below.

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The Mandalorian Season 2 Release Schedule (2020)

  • Episode 1: Friday, October 30
  • Episode 2: Friday, November 6
  • Episode 3: Friday, November 13
  • Episode 4: Friday, November 20
  • Episode 5: Friday, November 27
  • Episode 6: Friday, December 4
  • Episode 7: Friday, December 11
  • Episode 8 (season finale): Friday, December 18

Star Wars fans with fresh subscriptions to Disney’s new streaming service cannot binge the new series all at once, as they might be accustomed to with many other original shows on streaming services. Instead, they’ll have to wait a week between installments over the show’s eight-episode run, digesting and discussing each episode in between drops. Disney has opted for a traditional weekly release structure over the Netflix-popularized “binge” model, whereby an entire season is dropped online at once.

WWE superstar Sasha Banks appeared in the first trailer for the show, but it is unknown who she is playing at the time. She’ll be joining Pedro Pascal, Carl Weathers, Gina Carano, and Giancarlo Esposito all reprising their roles from Season 1. Additionally, Terminator star Michael Biehn will reportedly play a bounty hunter, and it is rumored that Rosario Dawson may appear on the new season as well.

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Disney+ is loaded with Star Wars content at launch, although some users have had trouble using it at all. We’ve also got some thoughts (including episode 1 spoilers) on how an important Star Wars figure might factor into the series.

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