New “Ready” TV spot for The Mandalorian released!

We’re just over two weeks away from the premiere of The Mandalorian season 3, and right on cue the promotion for the series is really beginning to pick up. That means press tours and other elements like that, but it also means some more glimpses of what’s in store this season.

Star Wars recently dropped a new TV spot for the series, and while most of it is footage already seen previously, there are a few new shots included too:

There’s a new line of dialogue from Greef Karga, lightheartedly telling Mando, “I heard you were back,” seeming excited to see him. Then there’s a new shot of Paz Vizsla and other Mandalorians in action, which looks to be on the same desert planet we’ve seen Mando on with other Mandalorians in some of the trailers. There’s a brief new glimpse of Bo-Katan putting on her helmet, and then there’s a figure with a flashlight in a dark location. It looks a bit like Doctor Pershing to me, but it’s hard to make out exactly what’s happening, or what he’s looking for. Also, as best as I can tell, the final shot of Mando and Grogu in the cockpit of his ship (which is also the video thumbnail) is new, although we’ve certainly seen plenty of footage of the two of them together in that cockpit. This one looks different, though, and it’s in a different location.

It won’t be long now before all is revealed, as the long wait comes to an end when The Mandalorian season 3 premieres on Disney+ on March 1. The series stars Pedro Pascal as Din Djarin, Katee Sackhoff as Bo-Katan Kryze, and plenty more – plus, of course, the ever lovable Grogu. The show is executive produced by Jon Favreau, Dave Filoni, Rick Famuyiwa, Kathleen Kennedy, and Colin Wilson.

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