It’s been revealed that a documentary on the making of Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 3 will arrive on Disney+ next month.
While things may be a little quiet in the Mandoverse following the conclusion of Season 3, we’ve certainly not seen the last of the fan favourite show. A recent Deadline article stated that production on the fourth season of Star Wars: The Mandalorian was due to begin in September, but that may now be delayed due to the ongoing WGA strike.
However, in the meantime, fans can look forward to an all-new behind-the-scenes documentary on the live-action series, which is will make its debut on Disney+ next month. Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian – Making of Season 3 will be available for all subscribers to stream from June 28, 2023. It’s not yet known if the special will be a full series, or a one-off episode.
As with the first two Star Wars-based instalments in the series, the special will be taking a deep dive into how the third season of The Mandalorian was created, from initial story ideas and scripts to production and post-production. The making of documentary is likely to include interviews with all of the show’s main players, including Jon Favreau, Dave Filoni, Pedro Pascal, Katee Sackhoff and many others.
The first details on Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian – Making of Season 3 were revealed by the show’s official Twitter account. The post was accompanied by an image of Paul Sun-Hyung Lee as New Republic pilot Captain Carson Teva, with the actor being filmed in an X-Wing fighter cockpit rig using Lucasfilm’s StageCraft technology.
All episodes of Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 3 are available to stream right now on Disney+.
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