Jon Favreau created the popular Emmy-winning space western ‘The Mandalorian’ which serves as the first live-action series of the Star Wars franchise. The plot of this series is set five years after the events of the epic 1983 space opera film ‘Return of the Jedi’.
The series premiered on November 12, 2019, on Disney+. The third season is scheduled to air on March 1st of this year.
Pedro Pascal who is now in the front because he had with my friends’Game of Thrones co-star Bella Ramsey in HBO’s 2023 post-apocalyptic drama series-‘The last of us‘, will be reprising his role of Din Djarin aka The Mandalorian next season.
Following is a list of other must-see TV series before the third season of The Mandalorian hits Disney+.
Top 10 TV Series Like ‘The Mandalorian’:
Halo – Number of Seasons: 1
The plot is set in the 26th century and deals with the war between a theocratic military alliance called the Covenant which consists of a number of advanced alien races whose aim is to wipe out the human race from the face of the earth and the United Nations Space Command.
The series premiered on March 24, 2022, on Paramount+.
Obi-Wan Kenobi – Number of Seasons: 1
Deborah Chow created this television miniseries whose plot is set ten years after the events we saw take place in the epic soap opera film of 2005 ‘Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith’.
The series is about the titular Jedi Captain Kenobi facing off against his former apprentice Darth Vader as he embarks on the adventure of rescuing Princess Leia kidnapped by the Galactic Empire.
The Book of Boba Fett – Number of Seasons: 1
Jon Favreau created this space western series which is a spin-off of The Mandalorian and part of the Star Wars franchise.
The plot follows the bounty hunter Boba Fett trying to establish himself in the previous territory of Jabba the Hutt as the new crime lord.
Loki – Number of Seasons: 1
Michael Waldron created this television series which is based on the renowned and popular God of Evil. The plot follows an alternate version of Loki after the events of ‘Avengers: Endgame‘ as he creates a new timeline.
Hawkeye – Number of Seasons: 1
Lost in Space – Number of Seasons: 3
Irwin Allen created this sci-fi adventure family drama that’s a reboot of the 1965 series of the same name. Both series are inspired by ‘The Swiss Family Robinson, an 1812 novel, and ‘Space Family Robinson’, a 1962 Gold Key comic book.
The plot deals with the adventures of a family of space colonists as their ship goes off the rails. The series ran from April 13, 2018, to December 1, 2021, on Netflix.
The Expanse – Number of Seasons: 6
Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby developed this sci-fi television series which is adapted from the same series of novels by the name of James SA Corey.
The plot is set in a future in which the Solar System is colonized by humanity and deals with members of the United Nations Security Council who find themselves at the center of a conspiracy.
The series ran from December 14, 2015, to January 14, 2022.
Star Trek: Discovery – Number of Seasons: 4
Alex Kurtzman and Bryan Fuller created this television series which marks the seventh series of Star Trek. Its plot is set in the 23rd century and focuses on the crew of the starship Discovery. The series premiered on September 24, 2017.
Away – Number of Seasons: 1
This sci-fi drama series focuses primarily on Emma Green who embarks on a mission to Mars and leaves her husband and teenage daughter back on Earth.
Farscape – Number of Seasons: 4
Rockne S. O’Bannon created this Australian American science fiction television series whose plot follows Jon Crichton, an American astronaut, who embarks on a journey across the universe after an experimental mission goes awry.
American actor Ben Browder played Crichton in the series. It lasted from March 19, 1999, to March 21, 2003.