The massive success of The Mandalorian helped the Star Wars franchise in more ways than one. The hit live-action Star Wars series from Disney+ proved to be beloved among fans and critics, earning multiple Emmy nominations and a plethora of trending moments due to the fan-favorite Baby Yoda.
That said, anticipation is sky-high for the release of the much-anticipated sophomore season next month. The Mandalorian star Pedro Pascal already revealed that next season will start directly after the events of the season one finale which means that Din Djarin and The Child have a lot on their plate when fans see them next. A new batch of images from The Mandalorian Season 2 was also leaked on Disney+, showcasing a sneak peek of the next adventures of the core characters.
Now, after months of waiting, the trailer for The Mandalorian season 2 has finally arrived. The trailer provided fans with a glimpse of this season's narrative along with exciting looks at the otherworldly adventures of Baby Yoda and Mando across the galaxy. As expected, fans took to social media to show their excitement for the sophomore season of the hit live-action Disney+ series.
In celebration of the release of The Mandalorian season 2 trailer, The Direct has compiled some of the amusing reactions to the trailer from social media.
Din Djarin star Pedro Pascal is feeling the love surrounding The Mandalorian season 2 trailer:
After her surprise debut from the latest The Mandalorian trailer, WWE Diva Sasha Banks was locked in aboard the hype train for the upcoming season:
We miss him too, Zac:
Baby Yoda sure knows how to react during intense moments:
Lucasfilm creative art manager Phil Solztak teased that there will be more surprises when season 2 drops next month while also praising the work of the Lucasfilm art department:
So proud of the work that my team, the Lucasfilm art department, has done for #TheMandalorian, kicking off Season 2 in January 2019 while the final episode of Season 1 was being shot. And I can’t wait for even more surprises to be revealed when S2 debuts on October 30!#StarWars https://t.co/DBrXMQj8p8
Wrestling fans and Star Wars fans will definitely unite after seeing Sasha Banks from the new trailer:
It appears that Baby Yoda is not interested with the year 2020:
The team from Kessel Run Transmissions was definitely ecstatic after seeing The Mandalorian season 2 trailer.
Youtuber Matthew Haynes was thoroughly impressed with the visuals presented in the new trailer.
Youtuber Grace Randolph expressed her excitement about the "best single dad in the galaxy" while watching the trailer for The Mandalorian season 2.
Sean Chandler said that he loved that The Mandalorian trailer didn't give too much away which adds more hype to the upcoming release of the second season next month.
Kyle Katarn was curious to know what happened to the Razor Crest at the beginning of the trailer while also breaking down the different locations that were featured.
My Name is Simon was curious to find out the role of the hooded figure (Sasha Banks' character) within the overall storyline of season two of The Mandalorian.
Marc Thompson and the rest of his family watched the trailer together which showcased multiple generations' reactions to the galaxy far, far away
In his trailer reaction video, James Hancock mentioned that "it's kinda cool" that The Mandalorian is showing the Jedi in a whole different perspective.
Zach Pope was all smiles while watching the new trailer for The Mandalorian:
Austin Burke was pumped to hear Ludwig Goransson's iconic The Mandalorian score again after watching the trailer:
It will be interesting to see how the narrative moves forward during The Mandalorian season 2, and the new trailer will definitely add more juice to several theories and speculation from many fans. Based on the different reactions from fans, it's a safe bet that The Mandalorian is shaping up to be a must-watch once again.
Are you excited for The Mandalorian? Do you think Din Djarin will be successful in returning The Child to his home planet? Hopefully, all will be revealed when the Star Wars show drops on Disney+ on October 30.