How to Watch The Mandalorian Season 2 on Disney+

By Gabriela Vatu / October 22, 2020

The long-awaited second season of The Mandalorian is finally coming to Disney+. We're going to watch The Mandalorian online, so join us, and let's figure out how you can do that.

The first season of The Mandalorian was released alongside the premiere of Disney+ in several countries back in November 2019. We had eight episodes to enjoy back then, getting one per week, and it all ended on December 27th, 2019. Ever since then, we've all been waiting not that patiently for the second season to be released.

Now, we're getting another eight episodes, and we couldn't be happier. Many of these episodes were written by Jon Favreau, which is marvelous because we absolutely love him as a writer and director, and we've seen many of the wonderful things he can do. This makes the second season of the Mandalorian that much more enticing.

What's the Cast for the Mandalorian?

The Mandalorian features Pedro Pascal as the Mandalorian. And we also have Carl Weathers, Werner Herzog, Omid Abtahi, Nick Nolte, Taika Waititi, and many others, returning for the season. The Child, whom many people refer to as Baby Yoda, is handled by various puppeteers.

When to Watch The Mandalorian Season 2?

Season 2 of The Mandalorian is landing on Disney+ on October 30th. You'll get one episode per week.

What to Expect from Season 2 of The Mandalorian?

If you've watched the first season of the show, you know some plot threads are yet to be tied up. For instance, we will probably find out just who "The Client" is and perhaps even more on Baby Yoda's backstory. Of course, we don't know if that's really Yoda, but since we don't have a name for Yoda's species, we might as well go with the flow where.

We're also hoping to find out more about the Mandalorians, and we know that Boba Fett will make an appearance. With the appearance of Moff Gideos at the end of the first season, we're also likely to find out more about this character, too, played by Giancarlo Esposito.

Is There a Trailer for The Mandalorian Season 2?

Yes! The second season of The Mandalorian does have a trailer, and you can check it below. Behold!

How Can I Stream The Mandalorian?

If you want to watch The Mandalorian, then you have one option - and that one is to stream it on Disney+.

You can subscribe to Disney+ for $6.99 per month or $69.99 for the full year. It's also possible to subscribe to Disney+ as a bundle alongside Hulu and ESPN+ for $12.99 per month. However, even though Disney+ is available to watch in multiple countries, this bundle option is only available in the United States.

Also, in other countries, you'll get different subscription prices depending on the local currencies, but they all pretty much are on par with what Disney is charging in the United States.

All subscribers get to enjoy original Disney+ content such as The Mandalorian, as well as loads of movies and series that Disney has created over the years. You'll also be able to watch Marvel movies and series, as well as Star Wars, which the Mandalorian is part of, National Geographic documentaries, and various enticing series.

Disney+ is available on iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, gaming consoles, and you can also watch on your browser on your computer.

Can I Watch The Mandalorian Elsewhere?

Unfortunately, you won't be able to find The Mandalorian to stream on other platforms as this is an original show. At most, we can hope to watch the show on Hulu at some point in the future. But, even that is unlikely to happen.

The show is also unavailable for purchase, and it's probably cheaper to simply subscribe to Disney+ and enjoy the show than to buy the episodes. Disney+ also permits you to download the episodes so you can watch them offline if you so desire.

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