Everyone on Twitter Loves 'The Mandalorian' on Disney+

Pedro Pascal as The Mandalorian in the trailer for the Disney+ series
The Mandalorian via Disney+

Twitter really loves this Disney+ original!

Twitter Can't Stop Talking About The Mandalorian on Disney+

After much anticipation, Disney+ has finally rolled out to the U.S., Canada, and the Netherlands (of all places).

Australia and New Zealand can expect to get Disney+ in about a week, but the U.K., Germany, France, Italy, and Spain will have to wait until March 2020 for the streaming service to reach them. Don't shoot the messenger!

With the release of the platform came a slew of Disney content for all to enjoy. From the classics to newer releases, Disney+ has it all.

Apart from the iconic Disney movies and TV shows we know and love, the media conglomerate also created original programming for Disney+. Among them was The Mandalorian, an American space western set in the Star Wars universe.

Needless to say, this particular series drew quite a bit of attention from Disney+ subscribers. Only one episode is currently available, with more to roll out later this week and then on a regular weekly basis, but Twitter can't seem to get enough of The Mandalorian.

Critics seem to be torn on the series, but we never paid much attention to their words when it came to a Star Wars movie anyway. For us, it was always about how our fellow fans received a show or movie set in one of the most well-known universes.

If you haven't been sold on The Mandalorian just yet, you will be after reading through these tweets!

So many individuals who were able to watch the first episode couldn't say enough nice things about the show. From the cinematography and directing to the acting and plot line, Twitter had nothing but positive things to say about the series thus far.

Others couldn't get enough of Pedro Pascal as the Mandalorian.

Baby Yoda stole the show, with almost everyone on Twitter declaring they would die for him.

How could you say no to that face?

The ending of the first episode had everyone taken aback, but this tweet sums it up best.

While we wait for more episodes to be released on a weekly basis, we're left with figuring out what to watch next. There are so many options, but we know nothing will compare to everything we just witnessed. This is Star Wars at its best.

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