Director, producer, and writer Dave Filoni delivers the goods in the latest episode of ‘The Mandalorian,’ teasing even greater reveals to come.
In Chapter 12 of ‘The Mandalorian,’ Mando and Baby Yoda see old friends, get their ship repaired, and stumble into an unexplained ‘Star Wars’ mystery.
The first two episodes of the second season of ‘The Mandalorian’ contain a multitude of Easter eggs to be found by savvy ‘Star Wars’ fans.
We might all be living an election nightmare, but at least we’re not stuck in the horrific situation we find the crew of ‘The Mandalorian’ facing.
Season two finds our Mandalorian friend and the adorable and now ubiquitous Christmas gift, Baby Yoda, on the search for more Mandalorians.
‘The Mandalorian’ season two trailer shows galactic bounty hunter Mando must reunite the Child, colloquially known as Baby Yoda, with ‘its own kind.’
Disney’s delay in making Baby Yoda merchandise left fans and artists alike to their own devices, creating Baby Yoda plush dolls and 3-D prints of ‘The Child.’
The final episode in season one of Star Wars’ “The Mandalorian” features an Imperial Flame Trooper, Baby Yoda on a speeder bike, and a shootout to end all shootouts.
This week’s penultimate episode of “The Mandalorian” finds Mando and Baby Yoda reunited with their few allies, taking on new beasts and old enemies alike.
In this week’s episode of “The Mandalorian,” Mando and Baby Yoda encounter a mysterious, but possibly familiar character.
Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni’s Star Wars masterpiece, “The Mandalorian” on Disney+ delievers the show fans want. Here’s what happend on the latest episode.
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