As a Christmas gift, Disney+ launched a brand new ‘The Mandalorian‘ documentary series on December 25.
The eight-episode special, titled ‘Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian,’ includes the behind-the-scenes footage from the series, according to the announcement released on the official website for Disney+. In the special, each chapter focuses on “a different facet of the first live-action Star Wars television show through interviews and roundtable conversations hosted by Jon Favreau.”
Apart from the official announcement by the streaming service, the two directors of the series took to their Instagram accounts to deliver the news. Bryce Dallas Howard, who directed “Chapter 11: The Heiress” and “Chapter 4: Sanctuary,” shared a series of photos from ‘Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian’ and celebrate the special by writing as a caption:
“What they capture so beautifully is the alchemy we all experienced on set with different departments and creatives who are so passionate about #StarWars coming together to elevate this universe. We brought beloved animated characters to live-action and introduced new worlds and technologies all while having SO much fun.”
Stating that she is so proud to be part of the team of ‘The Mandalorian,’ Howard added that she can not wait for the fans of the series to see the documentary. She concluded her message as follows:
“And if you ever wanted to see Robert Rodriguez (@rodriguez) and #Grogu jam on set, you don’t want to miss this. ‘Making Season Two’ is now streaming on #DisneyPlus 💫”
As for well-known filmmaker Robert Rodriguez who directed “Chapter 14: The Tragedy” in season two, released a short video which sees him playing guitar while sitting along with ‘Baby Yoda,’ and wrote that the special arrived. In his words:
“Here’s a Christmas present to all those who asked me what it’s like to hang out with Baby Yoda on the set of #TheMandalorian #TheTragedy. Check out #DisneyGallery for more behind the scenes!”
That post was also shared by the official Instagram page for Disney+. Check the post out.