Jon Favreau Confirms He’s Working On The Mandalorian Season 4 While Opening Up About Star Wars Crossover Opportunities

It’s no secret that "The Mandalorian" is a huge success. The Star Wars series premiered in the early days of Disney+, and it has been a flagship original program for the streaming service – not only getting renewed for multiple seasons, but setting the ground work for big spinoffs like the upcoming "Ahsoka" and "The Book Of Boba Fett." Given its popularity, it’s no surprise that Lucasfilm and Disney would want more of the show – but that really makes it no less exciting to hear directly from creator Jon Favreau that "The Mandalorian" Season 4 is in the works months before the release of Season 3. Star Wars news has been flying around fast the last few days thanks to the on-going Star Wars Celebration convention in Anaheim, California – from the reveal of the first "Andor" trailer to announcements about the developing Star Wars: Skeleton Crew – and this story comes from the press line following yesterday’s big Mandalorian+ presentation. Speaking with Jon Favreau, I asked about the growing number of shows set in the New Republic era of the canon and if that could eventually lead to some kind of capstone event (a la "The Avengers"), and it was in the filmmaker’s answer that he revealed that "The Mandalorian" Season 4 is now being written. For the latest entertainment news and analysis go here: Movie News: Movie Reviews: TV News: Celebrity News: Superheroes: Movie Trailers & Film Clips: