The Mandalorian’s season 3 premiere was a return to simpler, safer Star Wars storytelling

The Mandalorian’s Chapter 17: The Apostate is a big, breezy, and action-packed reminder that Star Wars has always been a magical space adventure for new fans first and everyone else second.Share this storyGrogu and Mando chilling out while zooming through hyperspace. Image: Lucasfilm

Between The Mandalorian’s second season and the way it played into The Book of Boba Fett, it wouldn’t have been surprising if Mando’s and Grogu’s season 3 returns were shot through with a seriousness that spoke to how high-stakes their adventures have become. But instead, The Mandalorian’s season 3 premiere felt much more like a purposeful return to what the show was when it first premiered: a

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