A lot of TV series are known to have halted their production to prevent the spread of disease on account of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. To enable the people to see movies on the big screen, Disney has made changes to its entire summer calendar. Even some TV shows that were about to commence shooting are now facing the threat od delay because of the pandemic.
“The Mandalorian” Season 2: Delayed or As ScheduleD?
One such show that has fans excited is season 2 of “The Mandalorian.” Fans were skeptical about the future of the series as a result of coronavirus pandemic. However, the fans may rejoice because the blockbuster show is set to release on streaming service Disney+ as per the schedule.
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Disney CEO Bob Chapek spilled some interesting details about the upcoming season of “The Mandalorian”. Chapek assured the fans that there will be no delay in the release of season 2 and the release will happen as scheduled. He stated that all the episodes for season 2 have been shot before the COVID-19 outbreak.
“The Mandalorian”: Other Updates
“The pre-production stuff can still happen in these times and also the post-production. Take for example, ‘The Mandalorian.’ The show was shot before the COVID-19 really hit and so we have been in post-production and there will be no delay,” Chapek said.
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Season 2 will become available for streaming in the month of October this year on Disney+.
A number of noteworthy Hollywood celebrities and filmmakers made contribution to certain episodes in the series. Several episodes were directed by the likes of Bryce Dallas Howard, Taika Waititi, Rick Famuyiwa, and Debora Chow.
“The Mandalorian” has proven to be a huge success for Disney and has been given a whopping 93% rating by the review site Rotten Tomatoes.
In other news, it has recently come to our notice that the work on the season 3 of “The Mandalorian” has started. The work on the script has already been initiated and work on season 3 is being done despite the lock down.