Ever since Disney+ brought Marvel and Star Wars to television, there's been an increased interest in runtimes. Those have always been a hot topic among fans when it comes to movies, but it's now the case for these small screen offerings as well.
Once again, we have news on The Mandalorian's next episode (via SFFGazette.com) with it confirmed by a reliable source that episode 6 - "Chapter 22" - will clock in at 44 minutes and 14 seconds.
That's pretty much the same as this week's instalment and is in line with what we've grown accustomed to with the series.
As is always the case with Star Wars, no details have been revealed about what's heading our way next Wednesday. However, "The Pirate" offered some clues following that big cliffhanger addressing Moff Gideon's fate and Bo-Katan Kryze's new mission to bring together all Mandalorians on the orders of The Armorer.
One piece of information we can share with you about "Chapter 22," however, is the fact it was written by Jon Favreau and directed by Bryce Dallas Howard (which guarantees this will be a great episode).
The Jurassic World star has previously helmed "Chapter 4: Sanctuary," "Chapter 11: The Heiress," and "The Mandalorian" episode of The Book of Boba Fett.
"With standout performances from Katee Sackhoff and Sun-Hyung Lee," we said in our review of this week's episode of The Mandalorian, "'The Pirate' features everything fans love about Star Wars and sees filmmaker Peter Ramsey prove himself one of this franchise’s greatest directors with a masterpiece-level episode."
Stay tuned for more updates on The Mandalorian as we have them.