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'The Mandalorian’ season two trailer is here

Yes, The Child remains adorable.
Daniel Cooper, @danielwcooper
September 15, 2020
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We’re just over a month away until the second season of The Mandalorian drops onto Disney+ and, to whet our appetites even more, Disney has just dropped a full trailer. The new series, which begins on October 30th, will see Mando and The Child tasked with seeking out a band of obscure sorcerers. Naturally, this is The Mandalorian, so the journey will involve plenty of dingy rooms, fighting, and fighting in dingy rooms. 

You’ll notice that, unlike the super-serious first season trailer, there’s a couple of neat gags inserted into the follow-up. Gone is the Werner Herzog narration in favor of something a little goofier, especially now that the identity of The Child is common knowledge

This will also be a banner week for Mandalorian fans, as on the 20th we’ll find out if the show has won any of the Emmy Awards it was nominated for. In the summer, the show was nominated for best drama series, as well as nods for its production design, cinematography, editing and costume. 

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