‘The Mandalorian’ Fans Conclude That Third Season Is Definitely Taking Notes From ‘Endor’

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This article contains spoilers the mandalorian Season 3, Episode 3

last years internal management and widely believed to have revived star wars, providing a mature and dynamic look at life under imperial rule with a tight focus on character development, world-building and political themes. then wrapped, the mandalorianThe third season of was left with some pretty big shoes to fill, though episode three Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni take a look at why. internal management and was so successful.

After the opening barnstorming space duel, the episode follows Omid Abtahi’s Imperial scientists Dr. Pershing turns up on the show, as he enters the New Republic’s Imperial rehabilitation program. It doesn’t bode particularly well for them, although the superb pace, focus on day-to-day life under the New Republic, and willingness to engage with dark and complex themes make many fans see some major internal management and Feeling:

we are big internal management and fans, then we’re definitely on board if the mandalorian Seeks to focus on the moral flaws of the New Republic:

But can it really live up to its impossibly high standards?

but some Mando Fans don’t want the brakes on the show to be too loud:

Wrong time, wrong place?

it’s worth remembering the mandalorianthe third season was written and shot first internal management and aired, though we doubt Favreau and Filoni would have gotten a good look at the show throughout its development.

While some fans may complain, we’ll be happy for more internal management and vibration in the mandalorianAlthough whether or not it can reach the same thematic heights is clearly a matter for future debate.

the mandalorian Airs Wednesdays on Disney Plus.

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