An excellent and surprisingly intimate portrayal into just one of the countless trillions of characters populating the Star Wars Universe. The Mandalorian does an excellent job of creating nostalgia for the Original Trilogy and the Prequels. While charting new and unexpected courses towards what eventually develops in the Sequel Trilogy.
Some of the setups in the plot present an interesting wrinkle to the storyline trajectory. And it is the sequel trilogy is endeavoring to craft for Rey as well as the plotline involving Ben Solo/Luke Skywalker. But rather intrigued by how Lucas Story Group will thread the needle between what these two mediums are presenting. And what is being presented on the big screen?
The only thing that may dismay some fans is the fact that the episodes are much shorter than comparable shows on Netflix or DC Universe, or CBS All Access. But it explains some of the comments that are made by the creator and showrunner in the weeks and months. These comments leading up to the premiere that they shot this as a movie and just chopped up the episodes.
And the upcoming episode has been released on 22nd November 2019. But you can’t stream it on Amazon Prime, Hulu, or Netflix. In any case, The Mandalorian alone is worth the price of a subscription to Disney + and portends nothing. Therefore, Disney Plus is only a streaming source to watch the third episode of the series.