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When production on the series was first reported, Sophie Thatcher was said to be joining the Mandalorian franchise but it was unknown in which series she would appear.[40] With the series' official announcement in December 2020, Temuera Morrison and Ming-Na Wen were confirmed to be reprising their respective roles of Boba Fett and Fennec Shand from The Mandalorian and other previous Star Wars media.[2] Before then, Wen assumed that she was hired as a series regular for the third season of The Mandalorian.[46] Jennifer Beals was revealed to have a role in the series in November 2021,[1] and Thatcher was confirmed to be appearing in this series in January 2022.[12] The character Krrsantan, a Wookiee bounty hunter introduced in Marvel Comics' Star Wars comic books, also appears in the series,[48] portrayed by Carey Jones,[11] while Corey Burton reprises his role as the voice of Cad Bane from the animated series The Clone Wars and The Bad Batch for the character's live-action debut.[14]

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Daniel D'Addario of Variety praised the narrative, visuals, and performances.[76] Polygon's David Grossman said that the first episode showed the "desperate side of Star Wars".[77] Maggie Lovitt at Collider expressed that the second episode "delivered one of the best and most thematically rich episodes of Star Wars television to date".[78] Hannah Flint of IGN stated that without Morrison portraying Fett the show might have been a total failure, saying, "Morrison's plain-speaking, humane antihero keeps you endeared to Boba's story".[79] NME's Jesse Hassenger said the show was really "season 2.5 of The Mandalorian" and that it "had a baffling structure, with poorly integrated flashbacks that halted abruptly halfway through the season and an equally sudden swerve away from Boba Fett himself shortly thereafter."[80] Nick Wanserski of The A.V. Club said that the show was "very watchable", but that it ended the same way it started: "a mess".[81] The Ringer staff opined that excluding Fett from the series' penultimate two episodes negatively impacted the finale, with general praise for the tie-in to The Mandalorian (including Grogu's appearance) and Cad Bane's live-action debut (excluding his death); some opined that Fett is better in a supporting role.[82] 041b061a72


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