-->

– by Joseph Jammer Medina

Netflix has brought with it a whole new world of content consumption. All of a sudden, audiences are expecting to be able to binge full seasons of shows all at once. And there is a lot of to love about that for sure. But as time has gone on, there has been a return to an appreciation of the week-to-week strategy. Not only does it lead to more water cooler discussion, but it keeps shows in the cultural zeitgeist for a longer period.

I have personally been pushing for streamers to split the difference. Show us two to three episodes upfront and then do it week-to-week. In the case of the upcoming Star Wars series The Mandalorian, it looks like Disney+ will be taking a similar approach, airing the first episode on a Tuesday and a second on a Friday before doing week to week, as confirmed by Disney Wishful.

RELATED – RUMOR – George Lucas Helped On The Mandalorian By Revealing Some Yoda Mythology

Here is the reported schedule:

  • #101- November 12 (season premiere)
  • #102- November 15
  • #103- November 22
  • #104- November 29
  • #105- December 6
  • #106- December 13
  • #107- December 18
  • #108 – December 27 (season finale)

So, what do you think of this release strategy? Do you think it’s a smarter way to do it? Should they do more than two episodes in the first week? Let us know your thoughts down below!

The Mandalorian premieres on November 12, 2019.

Don’t forget to share this post on your Facebook wall and with your Twitter followers! Just hit the buttons on the top of this page.

—–

Have you checked out LRM Online’s official podcast feed yet The LRM Online Podcast Network, which includes our flagship podcast Los Fanboys, our premiere podcast Breaking Geek Radio: The Podcast, and our morning show LRMornings? Check it out by listening below. It’s also available on all your favorite podcast apps!

Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts |  Spotify  |  SoundCloud | Stitcher | Google Play

SOURCE: Disney Wishful

Joseph Jammer Medina is an author, podcaster, and editor-in-chief of LRM. A graduate of Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Television, Jammer's always had a craving for stories. From movies, television, and web content to books, anime, and manga, he's always been something of a story junkie.