The Mandalorian Season 3 teaser trailer doesn’t give us much, but it provides enough for us to see that Din Djarin’s (Pedro Pascal/Brendan Wayne) choices to remove his helmet will be examined. And that’s the best thing we could’ve hoped for, as looking into the cult-like analogies within Star Wars universes has been some of the most fascinating pieces to unfold throughout recent mediums.
In the same way that Obi-Wan Kenobi quietly excavated the ways of the Jedi, The Mandalorian has always done an admirable job of breaking apart the rules meant to be broken. You are a Mandalorian, no more echoes in the teaser as Din’s decisions openly come to the surface, and as we had said after The Book of Boba Fett‘s finale, both Grogu and Din choosing each other is still the most delightful thing to come from the series.
There’s plenty of ground to cover in the third season, and as the teaser trailer showcases, it will likely do so boldly, without shying away from harsh truths. While more Star Wars universes should examine cult-like behavior and teachings, The Mandalorian seems to be the only series to understand the importance of covering these grounds.
There are also plenty of stories to be told where Bo-Katan’s (Katee Sackhoff) character is concerned, and Season 3 is the perfect time to explore both her past and present (and maybe, just maybe, give us flashbacks to the times with a certain sister). This statement is ultimately my selfish plea to put an actress’s face to The Clone Wars’ Satine Kryze.
Still, much is unknown where the series’ return is concerned, including the exact return date. But if nothing else, the teaser trailer gives us enough to hold onto and replay until more is revealed.
Watch The Mandalorian Season 3 teaser trailer below, and let us know what you’re looking forward to most in the comments.
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