The Mandalorian, the big-budget Star Wars collection on Disney+, is about to return for season two on October 30. The present follows the adventures of a masked bounty hunter and his cost Child Yoda, essentially the most cute baby within the universe. However identical to the primary season, watching The Mandalorian season two requires a subscription to Disney+. If you happen to’ve let yours lapse for the reason that season one finale, here is what you will want to look at season two.
Subscribe to Disney+
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Watching any present on the service requires a Disney+ subscription. This prices $6.99 for a one-month subscription or $59.99 for a 12 months. Alternatively, you will get a bundle of Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu for $12.99 per thirty days. Sadly, Disney has eradicated the free trial for brand spanking new subscribers, so you will must pay to look at the present even should you’ve by no means subscribed earlier than. That mentioned, the service gives loads of leisure for the worth, together with Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar, The Simpsons, Nationwide Geographic, and extra.
When Does The Mandalorian Seasons 2 Air?
The brand new season of The Mandalorian will “air” in weekly installments every Friday, beginning with the October 30 season premier. And whereas Disney hasn’t specified when the episodes will debut on the service, every episode of the primary season appeared proper round 12:01 a.m. PT / 3 a.m. ET.
The Mandalorian Season 2 Trailer
The Mandalorian is not the one new factor to look at on Disney+. With a subscription, you may also purchase the brand new live-action model of Mulan for an extra $29.99, or watch for the film to turn out to be free for all Disney+ subscribers on December 4. There’s additionally the brand new present The Right Stuff, and a Willow sequel was just lately introduced. And coming December 25 is the following Pixar animated function Soul, which is foregoing a theatrical launch in favor of the streaming service. And in contrast to Mulan, it will likely be free to all Disney+ subscribers proper out of the gate.
Chris Reed is IGN’s procuring and commerce editor. You’ll be able to comply with him on Twitter @_chrislreed.
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