The Mandalorian revealed numerous parallels between MCU stars and The Mandalorian characters. The television series created by Jon Favreau appeared to be an ode to all MCU characters due to numerous similarities. Every character in the show, from the protagonists to the supporting cast, had an MCU connection.

Scenes from The Mandalorian
Scenes from The Mandalorian

According to fans, Mando is Iron Man 2 in this season of The Mandalorian 3 because of the disappointing storyline.

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Fans claim The Mandalorian is the new Iron Man 2

Scenes from Iron Man 2
Scenes from Iron Man 2

It’s not just the metal suit armor that reminds us of Iron Man 2 in The Mandalorian now it is also the storyline that has garnered all the attention towards the similarities between the series and Iron Man 2. After the release of the new episode of The Mandalorian, there is a slew of comments claiming that Mando has become Iron Man 2. With the new revelations coming in the new episodes the storyline is now turning into a disappointment for the viewers. Iron Man 2 was also a disappointment to the people after its release just because of its weak and low-quality storyline.

According to Forbes, the series dropped an important storyline, just like Iron Man 2 did in 2010. Season 3 of The Mandalorian was one of the biggest disappointments for the fans. Many Fans also stated that the show is no longer Mando’s show because there was a lack of important narratives in this season. The previous two seasons of The Mandalorian’s story and characters left a lasting impression on fans, but this season lacks an obvious overall story to follow or an antagonist to hate.

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Season 3 of The Mandalorian witnessed a decline in viewers as per data

Scenes from The Mandalorian 2
Scenes from The Mandalorian 2

Seasons 1 and 2 of The Mandalorian immediately exceeded all expectations. Both seasons drew a large number of viewers and positive feedback about the show’s plot and characters. Unfortunately, this season is not the same. Season 3 peaked with the premiere and has since been gradually declining. Samba TV data from a survey of three million American households across 35 million TVs revealed an equal decline. According to that data, the first episode surpassed Andor by around 50%. Obi-Wan Kenobi and The Book of Boba were also in the race but not ahead of the series The Mandalorian.

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Another reason the show is doing poorly is that Din Djarin appears to have less screen time, probably due to Pedro Pascal’s interconnecting filming schedule with The Last of Us. A variety of factors influence television series. There is a constant discussion online about the show’s quality fall, which is making people hesitant to watch season 3 of The Mandalorian. A critic from CNN said that the show is going through “experiencing an identity crisis.” One of the viewers of the show wrote,

“This show has transformed out of all recognition. No longer is it the man with no name in space but the man with no purpose in space.”

The series’ creators have yet to make a statement. Many fans have asked the show’s creator to explain why the storyline quality was so poor this time.

This season of The Mandalorian was eagerly anticipated after the previous two seasons’ success. The final episode will air on April 19, 2023, but fans don’t expect much more interesting content in the series’ final episode.

Source: The Direct; The Hollywood Reporter

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