Actress Gina Carano had recently shared that she had wrapped filming with the second season of The Mandalorian, but now it looks like the entire show has finished production.
This was shared by cinematographer Baz Idoine on IG:
With a release date set for October, some might think that The Mandalorian is cutting it pretty close to the edge, but the amazing thing about the show is, they make use of this new LED technology that allows actors to work on a background that's already projected in front of them—rather than a green screen which needs a lot more time before you can come to a finished product.
As far as the story goes, we have no idea where the second season will go officially, but it's possible that we'll get more answers when it comes to Moff Gideon and what he wants to do with Baby Yoda. Besides clone-related theories, fans are also curious about how Gideon exactly got his hands on the Darksaber. The last we saw that thing was when it was in the hands of the Mandalorians in Star Wars Rebels. Fingers crossed this means we're going to get a live-action Bo Katan or Sabine Wren at some point in the show; I know some fans are still holding out for a cameo of Obi-Wan Kenobi from the Clone Wars.
No specific release date has been set, but the second season of The Mandalorian is set to come out in October. You can watch the first season now on Disney+.