We're still a few months away from the premiere of The Book of Boba Fett but Star Wars fans are already expecting huge things to come out of the upcoming series which marks Temuera Morrison's full-time return to the franchise. The latest rumors suggest that the show which also serves as "Season 2.5" of The Mandalorian will most likely spawn a second season but Morrison himself isn't quite sure what the future holds for the famed bounty hunter.
The Star Wars icon finally put an end to the ongoing rumors and claimed that Lucasfilm has yet to entertain the idea of green lighting Season 2 of The Book of Boba Fett. According to him, the production company is still testing the waters before coming up with a final decision regarding the fate of the forthcoming spinoff series.
In a recent conversation with Express, Temuera seemed to have cast doubt on the possibility and simply said: "I think they'll have to consider some things... The tree is still growing. They'll probably want to test the waters first, there's been no talk about it."
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Obviously, I'm in no position to tell whether or not The Book of Boba Fett gets renewed for a second season but I'm predicting that the series will eventually spawn a follow-up. Star Wars fans are currently invested in the franchise right now and The Mandalorian has shown us that everything is in good hands as long as Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni are in charge and guess what, they're also overseeing Boba Fett's full-time return to the "Mandoverse".
The Book of Boba Fett will hit Disney+ in December.