The Mandalorian, a highly anticipated Star Wars Disney+ show, will soon have its 3 season; the first episode is said to be longer than expected.
If you don’t count the parts of The Book of Boba Fett, fans haven’t seen a new episode of The Mandalorian since December 2020.
The fan-favorite character and his cute Force-sensitive friend are almost ready to show up.
Pedro Pascal has said that Mandalorian Mythology will show “how much the world opens up” and that the many episodes are “so big” and “so bold.”
Fans are, needless to say, getting impatient.
How Long Is Episode 1 Of Season 3 Of The Mandalorian?
The first episode of The Mandalorian’s third season will be much shorter than most people expect, according to the trustworthy @cryptic4kqual on Twitter. This account has shared accurate runtimes in the past.
The Mandalorian Season 3 EP 1
35 minutes 16 seconds
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— Cryptic HD QUALITY (@Cryptic4KQual) February 22, 2023
Below, you can find the running times of the first episodes of the previous Star Wars Disney+ projects, along with their major credits:
- Season 1 of The Mandalorian is 38 minutes and 46 seconds long.
- Season 2 of The Mandalorian is 51 minutes and 47 seconds long.
- The Book of Boba Fett: 37 minutes and 39 seconds
- 52 minutes and 26 seconds,” said Obi-Wan Kenobi.
- Andor: 39 minutes, 9 seconds
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The Mandalorian Season 3 Episodes Dates And Times
Disney has yet to tell us anything about the schedule after the premiere date, so we don’t know if there will be double-episode weeks or breaks in the middle of the season. Seasons 1 and 2 continued at a steady rate of one episode per week, but the company could change its plan. (Three episodes of the new Star Wars show Andor were released.)
So, here is our full prediction for when The Mandalorian will come out on Disney Plus. If the company announces any changes or breaks, we’ll update this. Usually, new episodes come out at midnight PST (3 a.m. ET/8 a.m. GMT/7 p.m. AEST), and everyone in the world can watch them simultaneously.
- Episode 1: Wednesday, March 1
- Episode 2: Wednesday, March 8
- Episode 3: Wednesday, March 15
- Episode 4: Wednesday, March 22
- Episode 5: Wednesday, March 29
- Episode 6: Wednesday, April 5
- Episode 7: Wednesday, April 12
- Episode 8: Wednesday, April 19
The official Twitter account for the show also has a tweet you can follow to be reminded of new episodes every week.
The global phenomenon returns.
The new season of #TheMandalorian starts streaming March 1, only on Disney+.
💚 this Tweet to receive weekly episode reminders. pic.twitter.com/HmfEe5Elis
— The Mandalorian (@themandalorian) February 1, 2023
Why Did The Mandalorian Disney+ Premiere Last Less Time Than Expected?
The first thing most people will feel is disappointment. After all, Pedro Pascal’s central character spends less time with shorter stories.
But what matters is how good the end product is. Is it better to have a perfect 30-minute story than a 60-minute one that drags on and on?
Episodes of other popular shows are also getting cut unexpectedly short. The Last of Us on HBO has a 43-minute finale, faster than its usual hour-long or longer episodes.
The short length of the first episode of the Star Wars Disney+ series is a surprise. But given how many rumors and plot points the show is likely to cover, like the possible introduction of Sabine Wren, you would think these installments would be as long as possible.
The first episode of Season 3 of The Mandalorian will come out on Disney+ on March 1.
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