The filming of the second season of Star Wars: The Mandalorian is over

All that is left is the post-production, the crew made the on-site recordings.

Recently, Gina Carano posted that she personally finished filming the second season of The Mandalorian, but now we can report that the team scored a point by the end of the entire second season, meaning we are past the last working day of filming as well. Of course, until the October premiere, there will still be plenty of things to do with the second season, but the great news is that they didn’t slip with the filming.

And by October, Jon Favreau and others will have plenty of time to downsize the footage. The end of the filming itself is revealed by the Instagram post of cameraman Baz Idione. In addition to his name, director Dave Filoni has been featured on the tap in the picture, which of course doesn’t necessarily mean that the last part of The Mandalorian’s second season will be due to Filoni, after all, it’s not legal to record individual episodes of the series in chronological order.

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That’s a wrap on season 2!

Posted by Baz Idoine (@bazidoine) on Mar 8, 2020, 12:56 PM (according to PDT time zone)

According to the news so far, Dark Sword will get a more serious role in The Mandalorian next season, so if you missed the lightsaber battles from the first stage, you might want to look into the next act in October.