The Mandalorian Season 2 is streaming on Disney Plus. Here’s how to watch Episode 4 of live-action Star Wars show.
Following the runaway success of the first season, the flagship Disney Plus original series The Mandalorian is back for a second run of episodes. Season 2 is now underway, with Disney continuing to drop new episodes every Friday. The series is really gathering pace, and today comes Episode 4!
What time does The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 4 start?
The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 4 will be available for streaming at 7am UK time on Friday November 20. So, if you feel like getting up early to watch before work, it’ll be there waiting for you.
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In order to watch The Mandalorian Season 2 (and Season 1 for that matter) you’ll need an active Disney Plus subscription. For £5.99 a month, or £59.99 a year (a 15% saving) you’ll get access to both seasons of the hit Star Wars spin-off. There are no longer any free Disney Plus trials available, so you’ll need to fork over a bit of cash in order to watch. You can sign-up here.
Should you sign-up now, you can catch up with all eight episodes of season one, and the first two episodes of season 2, as well as enjoying a massive array of Star Wars movies and animated television shows like The Clone Wars and Rebels. You’ve also got the massive array of Disney, Pixar and Marvel content to delve into, as well as Fox programming like The Simpsons and all the nature programming you can shake a stick at from National Geographic.
Once again, Disney plans to drop one episode a week. There’s 8 episodes in total, so if you only want to subscribe for a month, you should wait a few weeks before signing up. The season 2 episodes will air on the following dates:
- Oct. 30.
- Nov. 6.
- Nov. 13.
- Nov. 20.
- Nov. 27.
- Dec. 4.
- Dec. 11.
- Dec. 18.
The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 4 preview
Episode 3 was the most exciting episode of season 2 yet, in our humble opinion. It saw the introduction of a trio of new Mandalorian soldiers, Bo-Katan Kryze, Koska Reeves and Axe Woves. Clan Kryze were last seen in the animated Star Wars Rebels series so we’re delighted to see them back.
Our lead character helped the clan take down an Imperial ship in an attempt to recover the Darksaber weapon currently wielded by baddie Moff Gideon. (Giancarlo Esposito from Breaking Bad).
In exchange, Clan Kryze gave Mando the information he needs to track down a Jedi named Ahsoka Tano, who played a major role in The Clone Wars animated series. As far as we know, at this point in the timeline, Luke Skywalker is the only remaining Jedi in the Galaxy. So, it’ll be great to see Ahsoka show up, especially as she’s played by the great Rosario Dawson. The Mandalorian is seeking the Jedi in an attempt to get Baby Yoda (aka The Child) back to his people, we’re likely to see this mission furthered during Episode 4.