‘Star Wars’: Is The ‘Boba Fett’ Series Getting More Than One Season?

New evidence suggests that the Star Wars series The Book of Boba Fett might get multiple seasons on Disney Plus.

When Temuera Morrison returned to the Star Wars universe in The Mandalorian, there was some speculation that he might get his own solo series on Disney Plus as the galaxy’s infamous bounty hunter, and obviously that later turned out to be true. Once The Mandalorian wrapped up with its second season, Disney confirmed that The Book of Boba Fett would continue his story. But now there’s some speculation on whether the show might get multiple seasons.

The Boba Fett Fan Club on Twitter revealed a collection of crew artwork and hoodies from the show (which went into production last year) which come with a tag of ‘season 1’ for the various departments that have worked on the Star Wars series. The page noted that Buccaneer was the rumored working title for The Mandalorian season three, but it’s obvously for The Book of Boba Fett. However, the tag of ‘season 1’ seems to imply that multiple seasons will be in the works if the show is a hit with fans. Take a look below.

What do you make of the speculation? Are you excited to see The Book of Boba Fett? Sound-off in the comments below!

The Mandalorian stars Pedro Pascal, Gina Carano, Giancarlo Esposito and Carl Weathers, with Rosario Dawson joining the series as Ahsoka Tano. The Star Wars project is being directed by series creator Jon Favreau, executive producer Dave Filoni and fellow season one directors Rick Famuyiwa and Bryce Dallas Howard. Ant-Man director Peyton Reed will also helm at least one episode as will star Carl Weathers and Sin City helmer Robert Rodriguez.

The Mandalorian season two episodes premiere every Friday on Disney Plus. Stay tuned for all the latest news regarding Jon Favreau, The MandalorianThe Book of Boba Fett and the future of the Star Wars franchise, and be sure to subscribe to Heroic Hollywood’s YouTube channel for more original video content.

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