The Mandalorian is a phenomenal Star Wars TV series, so it's really no wonder that fans are often left eager for more.
Last week, we got the longest episode to date...and perhaps the least amount of screentime for Din Djarin and Grogu yet. Instead, the focus was put on Doctor Pershing, the cloner who was tasked with experimenting on Grogu in an effort to more than likely create the being we know as Supreme Leader Snoke from the sequel trilogy.
On Wednesday, "The Foundling" told two stories, with the spotlight on both a rescue mission and what happened to Grogu on the night of Order 66. However, before the credits, that was barely more than 25 minutes long!
Now, we have news on next Wednesday's Chapter 21 (via SFFGazette.com), with a reliable source confirming it will have a runtime of 41 minutes and 3 seconds.
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And Full Gallery Of Concept Art From "The Foundling"
That puts it around the average length of most episodes of The Mandalorian, news we're sure many of you will welcome.
We've now reached the halfway point of this third season and fans remain eager to see where this story is heading. There's still no sign of Moff Gideon and, as fun as it's been to spend time with Din Djarin's fellow Mandalorians (Bo-Katan Kryze has been an undeniable highlight this year), it would be good to know what the overarching plan is.
Jon Favreau recently confirmed that he has no end in sight for the Disney+ series, so we may need to strap ourselves in for a slow-burn approach to this exploration of the post-Return of the Jedi Galaxy.
Keep checking SFFGazette.com for the latest updates on The Mandalorian.