Warning: This article contains potential spoilers for The Mandalorian

The Mandalorian has made some big headlines in the news as of late thanks to various casting rumors and a newly touted documentary series on Disney+ titled Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian, which will take fans behind the scenes on the making of Season 1. From the potential Rosario Dawson portrayal of Ahsoka Tano in both the second season and multiple Star Wars shows to the third season that's reportedly already in development, there's been no shortage of The Mandalorian in the Star Wars community. And now it seems that there's no end in sight as more rumors circulate the hit TV show.

RUMOR

Coming from insider Emre Kaya on Twitter per Full Circle Cinema, episode titles for the highly-anticipated second season of The Mandalorian have been unveiled. They confirm another eight episodes, just like Season 1, and tease the expanding of the series into new territory. Check out the potential titles and tweet below:

WHAT THIS MEANS

These titles will certaintly peek the interest of all fans if they turn out to be true. The title for Chapter One, "The Search," could be indicative of Mando seeking the home planet of Baby Yoda or for other Jedi across the galaxy. That leads into the Chapter Six title of "The Sorcerer," which was the word used in reference to Jedi in the show. This could be where Ahsoka Tano, portrayed by Rosario Dawson, could make her guest appearance in the series. Could it also be a hint that Luke Skywalker will play a part in The Mandalorian? As far as the fans know, it has been around five to six years since Skywalker's triumph in Return of the Jedi, and he is likely searching the galaxy for other Force-sensitive beings to begin a new order of Jedi, so you can't put it out of the realm of possibility. 

"The Republic" and "The Empire" are subtitles that could represent new insight into the New Republic that has formed and suggest that the lurking Empire audiences saw in the first season is much more at large than initially thought. It's been publicized that Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni might explore the origins of the First Order from the sequel trilogy, which those titles also hint at. It remains unclear the exact direction of The Mandalorian's second season, but all will be revealed in time as the fandom waits for the first trailer.