The Mandalorian, which is the first live-action series in the 'Star Wars' franchise, is a space western fantasy series directed by Jon Favreau that is set five years after the events of the 1983 film 'Return of the Jedi.' The Mandalorian is set five years after the films directed by Richard Marquand.
Din Djarin travels to Mandalore to be forgiven for his mistakes in the previous season. The show's third season also features performances by Carl Weathers, Katee Sackhoff, and Emily Swallow.
Locations for Season 3 of The Mandalorian
The third season of the science fiction series 'The Mandalorian' was shot in California, specifically in Los Angeles County. Originally scheduled to begin production in the summer of 2021, it was postponed due to the LA soundstages that were hosting the production of 'Obi-Wan Kenobi.' The series' third round is expected to begin in October 2021 and conclude in late March 2022.
In early July 2022, the filming crew returned to work on more episodes for the Disney+ show! Let's go follow Din Djarin and Grogu around the galaxy in their adventures and get a detailed look at all the specific sites that appear in the season 3!
California's Los Angeles County
The majority of the pivotal scenes for 'The Mandalorian' season 3 were shot in Los Angeles County, the country's largest county. The production team reportedly set up camp at the MBS Media Campus at 1600 Rosecrans Avenue in Manhattan Beach, in the southwestern region, similar to the Disney+ series' previous seasons.
The film studio spans 22 acres and is home to 15 different sound stages, production offices, and support spaces that meet all kinds of filmmakers' production needs; it also includes additional office space in its Media Center, as well as a large backlot area that also has a New York Street.
MBS Media Campus is a great filming location for many films, including 'The Mandalorian.' Additionally, during the third season's filming schedule, the cast and crew members were apparently caught filming a few key scenes in Burbank, a city situated near the southeastern end of Los Angeles County's San Fernando Valley.
The county is home to five major film studios — Sony Pictures, Walt Disney Studios, Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros., and Universal Pictures — as well as many important sites popular with visitors, such as Griffith Park, the Los Angeles Zoo, the Arboretum of Los Angeles, Venice Beach, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.