Good news for fans of The Mandalorian, the first series in the Star Wars universe exclusive to the Disney + streaming platform. Bob Chapek, CEO of Disney, has announced that the second season of the series will not be delayed by COVID-19, so its premiere is still set for October 2020. Fortunately, the recording of this new batch of episodes ended before the pandemic paralyzed the entire world, so the remaining work is based on post-production. Rick Famuyiwa, one of the directors, claimed to be a job "more strenuous than usual but possible."
Few additional updates have been released about the second season of The Mandalorian, which could add Rosario Dawson as Ahsoka Tano and Boba Fett as Temuera Morrison According to the latest rumors offered by different media, which to this day have not been made official. Instead, the third season of The Mandalorian itself has been officially announced.
As for other Disney + series, the first Marvel series, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and WandaVision were nearing the end of their filming when confinement began, so they could still delay their premieres, set for August and end of the year respectively. However, it will be necessary to wait more weeks to clear up doubts about whether the Marvel Cinematic Universe does not suffer more delays in its release dates.
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