The following contains spoilers for The Mandalorian Season Two finale. This is the way.
In the closing moments of The Mandalorian Season Two, Jon Favreau once again changed everything. Though it was largely disconnected from the main films and the Skywalker Saga in its first two seasons, The Mandalorian did the impossible, bringing a young Luke face-to-face with Baby Yoda and Mando.
With a heartbreaking goodbye, Luke takes lil Grogu away from Daddy Mando to get trained in the Jedi ways. Giancarlo Esposito’s Moff Gideon remains in Mando’s custody. There’s some tension between Mando and Bo-Katan over the Darksaber, which must be won in combat and makes its owner the leader of the Mandalorians. And Boba Fett, along with literally everyone else, is getting his own Star Wars spinoff. It’s an entirely new future for The Mandalorian, so what’s going to happen in Season Three?
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