The Best Disney+ Shows to Watch While You’re Waiting for ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 3
It’s the story of a bounty hunter and an adorable force-wielding child, named Grogu. Together, this unlikely duo traveled across the galaxy in search of peace.
They made plenty of friends along to way and eventually found a safe home for the soon-to-be Jedi. With the final episode of season 2 premiering on Disney+, Star Wars fans will have to wait until at least a year for more content from The Mandalorian.
In the meantime, there are plenty of other series’ available for binge-watching on Disney’s streaming platform. Here are a few fan-favorite originals.
Disney+ has content released by Star Wars, as well as National Geographic, Pixar, and even Marvel. Another original series, WandaVision shows Marvel fans what happened to these characters post-Thanos.
The first few episodes of WandaVision premiered on Jan. 15. After that, new episodes of season 1 premiered on a weekly basis, giving fans an inside look into Wanda’s relationship with Vision.
What’s unique about this television show, however, is that it takes inspiration from some of the most iconic sitcoms in history. That includes Full House, Modern Family, and even The Dick Van Dyke Show.
‘Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian’
What makes The Mandalorian so special, creator Jon Favreau said during this documentary series, is the enthusiasm from both the fans and the crew. Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian is a documentary series giving fans an inside look at this Star Wars show.
There’s a table discussion from the directors, interviews with the cast members, and even an explanation behind the groundbreaking technology used to create the atmosphere of the show. New episodes of this docu-series are also set to premiere on Disney’s streaming platform.
‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’
Of course, The Mandalorian isn’t the only Star Wars series available to Disney+ subscribers. There are animated series’ like Star Wars Rebels. Star Wars Resistance, LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures, and of course, Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars even had its last season premiering exclusively on this streaming platform, finally linking together the films Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. It also gave fans a closer look at characters like Ahsoka Tano, who later appeared in season 2 of The Mandalorian.
Released in May 2020, this series gives fans an inside look into the props behind some of Disney’s most iconic movies. Unfortunately, that does not include Star Wars movies, but it does share what happened to the original props from movies like Mary Poppins, Pirates of the Caribbean, and The Nightmare Before Christmas.
More information about season 3 of The Mandalorian will presumably be announced in the coming months. To learn more about Disney+ and to subscribe, visit their website.