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When to expect season 3 episodes of ‘The Mandalorian’ – Deets Inside


Din Djarin and Grogu, a.k.a. Baby Yoda, have not been on television in their own show for more than two years. There has not been a new episode of The Mandalorian since December 2020, despite the fact that they appeared in the second half of The Book of Boba Fett.

Now that Season 3 is almost here, you may be wondering when new episodes of The Mandalorian will air. This is especially true given that episodes of Visions Volume 2 and The Bad Batch Season 2 will also be released at roughly the same time.

How many episodes are there in Season 3 of The Mandalorian?

The Mandalorian has so far had eight episodes or “chapters” per season. Eight episodes will make up the entirety of Season 3, increasing the show’s overall episode count to 24. Season 3 begins with “Chapter 17” rather than Season 3, Episode 1 because episodes are divided into chapters.

Release dates for Season 3 of The Mandalorian

Season 3 will begin in early March and end in the middle of April if it follows the same release schedule as its first two seasons, which included a one-episode debut and one-episode conclusion.

  • Chapter 17 (season premiere) – March 1
  • Chapter 18 – March 8
  • Chapter 19 – March 15
  • Chapter 20 – March 22
  • Chapter 21 – March 29
  • Chapter 22 – April 5
  • Chapter 23 – April 12
  • Chapter 24 (season finale) – April 19

The Mandalorian is anticipated to debut on Disney+ every Wednesday at midnight PST, though Star Wars Celebration may significantly change that schedule (Obi-Wan Kenobi ended up moving its release date and premiere time during Celebration in 2022, and this could happen again depending on scheduling).

The season will be significant for Mando, Grogu, and other beloved characters. We are probably in for a crazy, exciting journey. Will Grogu’s Force abilities develop? Will Din ever properly master the use of the darksaber? How furious is Bo-Katan actually? We will discover it in due time.