Haven - Season 3 [VERIFIED]
I hope you've had time to catch up on the first two seasons because with the Season 3 Premiere we pick up right where we left off: Nathan confronting Duke about the disappearance of Audrey. If only it had been Nathan or Duke who was responsible for her kidnapping, things in Haven would be much simpler.
Haven - Season 3
This article contains spoilers for The Mandalorian season 3, episode 3.Three episodes in, The Mandalorian season 3 is ramping up to potentially be the most impactful yet, but there are still some critical moments seen in this season's trailers that have yet to occur. Although most of what's shown in the trailers has already been revealed, such as an obvious greater presence of the Children of the Watch and a rejuvenated Nevarro with Greef Karga at its core, viewers are still speculating over some of the more fascinating hints and sneak peeks to be found in the trailers. Much can be confirmed just based on what is directly shown, but the question still remains as to how much is likely to actually be revealed this season.
Given what's already been established, writers of The Mandalorian's third season seem keen on tantalizing their viewers as much as possible between the brief reappearance of the Purrgil seen in hyperspace and the confirmed return of the fabled Mythosaur. The trailers are equally frugal with the information they provide, making it impossible to confirm for certain what may be in store for Grogu and Din Djarin's futures. With what the trailers do present, however, it is possible to glean a sense of what fans have to look forward to for the remainder of season 3.
One of the most important pieces of dialogue in the trailers for The Mandalorian season 3 features Captain Carson Teva (played by Paul Sun-Hyung Lee), perhaps indicating the Republic captain may soon attain a more prominent role than he previously held. "There's something dangerous happening out there, and by the time it becomes big enough for you to act... it will be too late." The leadership of the New Republic appear blind to the Imperial resurgence in the Outer Rim - indeed, they are literally disarming in The Mandalorian season 3, episode 3 - and Carson is clearly warning them this is a mistake. This could well link to the anticipated return of Grand Admiral Thrawn, the Imperial warlord lost in the Outer Rim in Star Wars Rebels. Meanwhile, the very fact Carson Teva seems to be addressing his superiors suggests The Mandalorian season 3's Coruscant subplot will continue, because he's likely on the former galactic capital.
Star Wars viewers are eagerly anticipating what seems to be another flashback to Order 66 and the Jedi Purge. Trailers for The Mandalorian season 3 have shown four Jedi brandishing their lightsabers, preparing for a fight as the door in front of them is being breached. This certainly seems to be another glimpse of Order 66, perhaps showing how Grogu was rescued - and potentially introducing another Order 66 survivor. Many viewers have noted the door seems to be being breached by a lightsaber, and only one person with a lightsaber participated in Order 66 - Anakin Skywalker. There's been intense speculation this could feature a reprise from Hayden Christensen.
The Mandalorian season 3's trailer shows a peculiar sight - what appears to be a bar or cantina made exclusively for droids. After a number of action shots, the trailer moves to a robotic bartender enacting a vaguely threatening gesture as it points what resembles an electric cattle prod at Din Djarin. Viewers are then given a glimpse of the rest of the bar and its inhabitants, which seems to be an amusing inversion of the "No Droids Allowed" scene at Tatooine Mos Eisley Cantina in the first Star Wars film.
The bar features a number of familiar droids, including a collection of Astromechs in the foreground and the surprising return of B1 Battle Droids from the Clone Wars. Even more attention-grabbing is what sees to be the same mental evaluation droid that interviewed Dr. Pershing in The Mandalorian season 3, episode 3. This could hint Din Djarin will go to Coruscant, thus getting more involved in the New Republic's affairs. Grogu is notably absent in this shot, so it may not be by choice.
One of the most surprising sequences in The Mandalorian season 3's trailer shows a heavy amount of action as Paz Vizsla appears to be leading the Children of the Watch on an explosive raid of Nevarro. Viewers can be forgiven for wondering if the Mandalorians have gone rogue - but they are then shown to be shooting down pirates. Gorian Shard's negarious crew is likely launching an attack, taking his feud with Greef Karga to the next level by trying to invade and even occupy Nevarro.
This exciting shot leaves the fate of Greef Karga up in the air. It's possible he will meet a tragic end after restoring Nevarro, although Paz's militia may instead stage a timely rescue. It's even more difficult to say why Paz would head to Nevarro in the first place; whether it is simply a favor for Din Djarin, or whether the Children of the Watch have ulterior motives for helping the people of Nevarro. Whatever the remaining context of these scenes may be, the trailers certainly show that The Mandalorian season 3 won't be a disappointment for viewers expecting a lot of action.
The Mandalorian Season 3 is moving along at a nice pace, with four episodes having premiered on Disney+ at the time of writing this. After four episodes, some Star Wars fans have decided to go back and take another look at the trailers for The Mandalorian Season 3, and spotlight all the footage that we haven't seen yet, which will be included in the latter half of the season!
More curiously, we also see another appearance by Elia Kane (Katy O'Brian), whose purpose in the detour episode about Dr. Pershing (Omid Abtahi) still remains unclear in the larger scope of the seasonal story arc. There are a lot of theories going around about how these two storylines (the Mandalorians coming together, whatever mission Kane is carrying out) will converge into a larger Star Wars conflict. It definitely does look like there will be conflict aplenty.
For the first two seasons of The Mandalorian, the main bad guy that we were all rooting against was Moff Gideon, a leader who guides a remnant of the Galactic Empire and looked to capture Grogu to use for their own advantage, but with the help of his allies, Gideon is defeated in the Season 2 finale, and is captured.
The only way for her to claim the Darksaber is through combat, which could bode badly for Mando in the upcoming season, as it might mean Bo-Katan is coming for him. And from the trailer, she is most certainly still out there.
The campaign generated significant anticipation, talkability and a buzz for the new season, exceeding all expectations for the return of the series on Syfy in UK, Spain, Germany, Latin America and Australia.
This article contains spoilers for The Mandalorian season 3, episode 3.Three episodes in, The Mandalorian season 3 is ramping up to potentially be the most impactful yet, but there are still some critical moments seen in this season's trailers that have yet to occur. Although most of what's shown in the trailers has already been revealed, such as an obvious greater presence of the Children of the Watch and a rejuvenated Nevarro with Greef Karga at its core, viewers are still speculating over some of the more fascinating hints and sneak peeks to be found in the trailers. Much can be confirmed just based on what is directly shown, but the question still remains as to how much is likely to actually be revealed this season.Given what's already been established, writers of The Mandalorian's third season seem keen on tantalizing their viewers as much as possible between the brief reappearance
And now after nearly a year since it was first released, the 3rd season of "Bluey" is being released on Disney+ on August 10th. Well, at least the first 26 episodes of the season will be released with this first batch, with the second half (the other 26 episodes) to be added to the streaming service at a later date.
A lot can happen between seasons of a "Star Wars" television show. In the season 3 premiere of "The Mandalorian" (you can read /Film's recap of "The Apostate" by Bryan Young here), we check in on several characters who've changed considerably in the time since we last saw them. Carl Weathers' Greef High Magistrate Karga has established himself as the de facto leader of Nevarro, overseeing a "construction boom" bringing in all sorts of riches to the once-desolate planet. Bo-Katan Kryze (Katee Sackhoff), on the other hand, has regressed considerably since losing her prized Darksaber and, subsequently, the ability to command fellow Mandalorians in battle.
Man, don't you hate it when you're just trying to watch your favorite show after a lengthy hiatus, only for it to turn out that almost a season's-worth of story for the two main characters was randomly spliced into a much less well-received spin-off series in the interim between seasons?
And that's not even the weirdest part of all this, because there's one addition that would've rendered all my handwringing to this point into a pointless exercise. Just imagine if there was an established, quick-and-easy tradition in the medium of television used to jog viewers' memories or fill in the blanks entirely for latecomers through a series of rapidly-edited clips catching everyone up on what they previously missed. Oh, you know, like a "Previously On" segment? Jarringly enough, the beginning of the episode neglects to include any important footage from "The Book of Boba Fett" to bridge the gap between Mando and Grogu's tragic parting and their very first appearance in season 3, where they're reunited once again as if nothing were strange about that at all.
Now, that's not to say that season 3 of "The Mandalorian" doesn't include any context at all for what transpired in "The Book of Boba Fett." Greef Karga at least voices the concerns of some of us when he asks Mando this very question early on, expressing confusion that he's "still running around here with the same little critter" despite having already completed his mission back in season 2. Din Djarin, with his usual penchant for conveying as much information in as few words as possible, replies: "It's complicated. I completed my quest. He returned to me." 041b061a72