At today's Walt Disney Company's Investor Day presentation, Disney revealed a ton of details about the upcoming Disney+ streaming service, including the official logo and release date for the new Star Wars television series The Mandalorian.
The logo has a Mandalorian walking inside the letter "A" in the title. They also excited fans when they revealed that The Mandalorian will premiere on Nov. 12. Unlike the traditional Netflix model where entire season are released on one day, the new Star Wars series will be a weekly series with the first episode hitting on day one.
On top of The Mandalorian hitting the Disney+ streaming service on the day of launch, Kathleen Kennedy also revealed a little more about the second Star Wars series hitting Disney+ which will follow Cassian Andor, starring Diego Luna as his Rogue One: A Star Wars Story hero. Alan Tudyk, who voiced K-280 will also return to reprise his role as Andor's android.
Kennedy also revealed that the original digital versions of both Star Wars trilogies will hit Disney+ along with the prequels on the day of launch. The Last Jedi and Solo will not arrive until a later date.
With a new season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars heading to the service as well, there will be plenty of Star Wars related entertainment for any fan.
With Star Wars Celebration this weekend, a trailer for The Mandalorian is expected to be released within the next few days.
The Mandalorian will hit Disney+ with its first episode on Nov. 12. The monthly subscription will cost $6.99 with a yearly price of $69.99.