The duration of the first episode of season 3 of The Mandalorian has been revealed and it will know little to Star Wars fans
Season 3 of ‘The Mandalorian‘ is on the lips of all fans of the Disney + series, who are eager to learn more details about what will be the beginning of this new installment.
Among the unknowns circulating on the network, in addition to the details of the plot, is the duration of the first episode of the season, a question that has recently been answered by a reliable source and that those who are looking forward to will not like it. a good dose of your favorite Mandalorian.
What is the reason that the premiere of The Mandalorian is shorter?
According to what has been leaked, the first chapter of season 3 of ‘The Mandalorian’ will last 38 minutes and 16 secondssomething that seems too little for the start of the season and with so many things to tell.
Cryptic4KQual, source of the news, has also shared the runtimes of the first episodes of the previous seasons, as well as those of other Star Wars series in its beginning. Although the difference is not much, its duration will be less.
Season 1 opened with a 28-minute, 46-second episode. The second began with an episode of 51 minutes, and ‘The Book of Boba Fett’ premiered with an episode of 37 minutes and 39 seconds. The longest first episode corresponded to the series ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’, which had a time of 52 minutes and 26 seconds. Therefore, we are facing the shortest first episode in recent times for a Star Wars series.
Perhaps this is due to the intention that the quality of the series improves, so surely at Lucasfilm and Disney they have thought that it is better to have a short and intense episode, than a longer one with lower quality. We understand that the first reaction of the fans is disappointment, but we must trust the talent of those responsible for the series, who have not disappointed us so far.
We will have to wait a little longer to find out more details about what this new installment of one of the most popular series of Disney+. We will continue to inform you.