The unexpected failure of 'The Mandalorian': season 3 of the science fiction series shows that the wear of Star Wars has also reached television

the universe of Star Wars entered theaters with the disappointing release of ‘Han Solo: A Star Wars Story’, and in lucasfilm they are still trying to find the key to relaunch the franchise on the big screen. Of course, we have seen many television series since then and we all thought that ‘The Mandalorian’ was the star title, but at least for now it has ceased to be.

Surpassed by (almost) all

From The Wrap reveal that the premiere of season 3 of the series starring Peter Pascal has yielded very disappointing audience data, to the point that its first episode has been seen less in the United States than that of ‘The Book of Boba Fett’, staying at 1.6 million viewers, 2% less.

The comparison is even more worrying if it is done with ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’, then the drop compared to its first episode has been 28%. And if we extend the comparison to Marvel, 35% lower than the first chapter of ‘Loki’. All this according to data collected by SambaTv.

Where season 3 of ‘The Mandalorian’ does win is in the comparison with ‘Andor’, since there the best is 50%. On that side, yes, we could talk about an improvement, but the fact is that the wonderful series starring diego luna it was ignored by many viewers and quite a miracle is that it will finally have a second season to close the story. And ‘The Mandalorian’ needs more than that, that in addition the reactions of the public have also been somewhat more lukewarm…

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