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How and where to watch ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 3

‘The Mandalorian’ is back for Season 3, with Pedro Pascal returning as the bounty hunter Din Djarin in the hit Disney+ series.

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‘The Mandalorian’ is back for Season 3, with Pedro Pascal returning as the bounty hunter Din Djarin in the hit Disney+ series.

It’s been well over two years since Season 2 of ‘The Mandalorian’ came to a conclusion, but fans of the show won’t have to wait much longer for new episodes.

The season concluded with Grogu beginning his Jedi training with Luke Skywalker, setting the youngster on a path that would lead him away from Din Djarin (played by Pedro Pascal).

However, following their adventures in ‘The Book of Boba Fett’ (which takes place between Season 2 and 3 of ‘The Mandalorian’), Grogu decided to choose the path of the Mandalorian, reuniting him with Din.

Now, with Season 3 of ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 3 set to premiere on Wednesday, March 1, fans will finally get to see what adventures Din and Grogu get into next.

“The journeys of the Mandalorian through the Star Wars galaxy continue,” reads the official synopsis for Season 3. “Once a lone bounty hunter, Din Djarin has reunited with Grogu.

“Meanwhile, the New Republic struggles to lead the galaxy away from its dark history. The Mandalorian will cross paths with old allies and make new enemies as he and Grogu continue their journey together.”

How and where to watch ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 3

Season 3 of ‘The Mandalorian’ will take place over the span of eight episodes, with the first one debuting March 1 on Disney+. New episodes will be released every Wednesday after that, until the season finale on April 19.

The only way to watch all the action is with a Disney+ subscription. The basic ad-supported package costs $8 per month, while the Premium ad-free tier costs roughly $11.

However, the streamer is offering a promotional rate for new or returning subscribers of $7 per month for the first three months of the ad-supported package, or $10 per month for the Hulu and Disney+ bundle. Act fast though, as the offer is only for a limited time.

Another option is the Disney+ bundle with Hulu and ESPN+, which starts at $13 a month, or the Hulu with Live TV package (which also gives you access to Disney+ and ESPN+). That package starts at $70 per month with ads, or $83 monthly without ads.

Disney+ doesn’t offer a trial period, but new or current eligible Verizon customers can get Disney+ for free with select Unlimited Plans.