• Fans reacted to “The Mandalorian” season 2 trailer
  • The show’s official Twitter account dropped the trailer, earlier today
  • Within an hour since its release, the trailer gained more than 1 million views
  • Mando, at the same time, went viral on Twitter
  • “The Mandalorian” season 2 will stream on Disney+ this coming Oct. 30

Mando and baby Yoda are back!

Overflowing excitement took over the “Star Wars: The Mandalorian” fans following the release of the show’s season 2 trailer.

The official Twitter account of “The Mandalorian” showed its fans a glimpse of Mando and baby Yoda’s upcoming escapade, earlier today. The short clip gained an astounding over a million views within an hour since it was uploaded.

It didn’t stop there. As the news spread, fans of “The Mandalorian” took their excitement to Twitter making Mando, a nickname for the fictional character Din Djarin, one of the most talked-about topics on the said social media platform.

“Mando nation when the S2 trailer of [“The Mandalorian”] was released,” a series fan tweeted.

Here’s another emotional reaction from a Mando fan after watching the show’s season 2 trailer.

One scene from “The Mandalorian” season 2 trailer showed Baby Yoda instinctively looking for Mando. One netizen took notice of that adorable gesture and tweeted, “the way he felt it and instantly looked for Mando #MandalorianSeason2.”

Some netizens also took screen captures of the fascinating scenes from the new “The Mandalorian” trailer.

Check out some more reactions from the excited “The Mandalorian” fans below.

The season 2 of Disney+’s “The Mandalorian” will depict the quest of Mando in locating baby Yoda’s home, The Variety reported. The character role of the notorious bounty hunter is being played by Pedro Pascal.

In the teaser video, “The Mandalorian” was told to find the order of sorcerers known as the Jedi and have baby Yoda reunited to his kind. Unfortunately, Mando had no idea where to find it.

Jon Favreau’s “The Mandalorian” was initially released on Nov. 12, 2019. It was named as the first live-action series in the famous “Star Wars” franchise.

Fortunately for the “Star Wars: The Mandalorian” fans, its second season was taped before the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown period, Radio Times reported. Carl Weathers and Gina Carano, who played Greef Karga and Cara Dune, respectively, were reportedly cast to return in the show’s latest season.

Disney+ will release “The Mandalorian” season 2’s first episode on Oct. 30.