Everyone on Twitter Loves 'The Mandalorian' on Disney+
Twitter really loves this Disney+ original!
Twitter Can't Stop Talking About The Mandalorian on Disney+
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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.
#TheMandalorian: Chapter 1 lives up to the hype & is a fantastic start to the series. While it definitely has that western grit we were all hoping for, it has that spark of levity & heart we love from Filoni & Favreau. This doesn’t feel like television. This is Star Wars... pic.twitter.com/6wCrZMsxhH— DR Movie News 📽 (@DRMovieNews1) November 12, 2019
#TheMandalorian ...HOLY S***! Now THIS is the #StarWars I’ve been waiting for since it came back! Ruthless, gritty, dusty, aggressive, beautifully shot and yes, a gunslinging Western. @PedroPascal1 is as bad ass as you were hoping he’d be. Nolte, Herzog and Weathers give... pic.twitter.com/ttS335HSF4— John Rocha (@TheRochaSays) November 12, 2019
Yup. I’m hooked. #TheMandalorian is everything I hoped it would be. From the second it starts, it feels like classic Star Wars. It is a very interesting story and a few genuine shocks. The Galaxy is big my friends, can’t wait to see more. And Nick Nolte riles #ihavespoken pic.twitter.com/516dTo7ost— Kristian Harloff (@KristianHarloff) November 12, 2019
Others couldn't get enough of Pedro Pascal as the Mandalorian.
PEDRO PASCAL STANS HOW ARE WE FEELINGpic.twitter.com/tfyiab79e4— mia (@starskywaIker) November 12, 2019
og pedro pascal stans watching everyone finally hopping on board the josé pedro thirst train pic.twitter.com/weqKJe8zPc— prince ben organa solo of alderaan (@jewishbensolo) November 12, 2019
Y'all #TheMandalorian on #DisneyPlus is worth it alone.— cranBEARry sauce [TG] (@BearUNLV) November 12, 2019
Holy shit this show is absolutely beautiful. Pedro Pascal is the best damn person they could cast. God damn I loved him in Game of Thrones and he's such a damn badass in this show.
Episode 1 of #TheMandalorian was awesome! Introducing us to a new world in the Star Wars Galaxy it was cool to get introduced to these characters! Pedro Pascal has another bad ass character in his work and the action is very gritty! Looking forward to the rest of the series! pic.twitter.com/VFbr2bMAdM— Ryan O’Toole (@RyanOTooleMR) November 12, 2019
Baby Yoda stole the show, with almost everyone on Twitter declaring they would die for him.
No one:— Yung Whiteout (@YungWhiteout) November 12, 2019
Baby yoda: 🥺 pic.twitter.com/6N5R7bnqDy
Dear Eight Pound, Six Ounce, Newborn (maybe 50 years old) Baby Yoda, don't even know a word yet, just a little infant, so cuddly, but still omnipotent. We'd just like to thank you for all the joy you brought with your appearance in #TheMandalorian. pic.twitter.com/wthGf6p3f2— Matt (@mattneuhausen) November 12, 2019
How could you say no to that face?
baby yoda 🥺💚 pic.twitter.com/St1Qzq9dGV— 𝐞𝐥𝐥𝐞𝐧 ☂️ (@fakehappymeal) November 12, 2019
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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