Star Wars: The Mandalorian – Yes, You Can Bet On The Disney+ Smash Hit

The Mandalorian - Bets and Odds

Betting On The Mandalorian – Analysis And Odds

The Mandalorian,” the live-action Star Wars series on Disney+, has become the top show for Americans on digital platforms and has been a major success across the globe. That hasn’t gone unnoticed by oddsmakers, particularly at Bovada.lv.

One of our top-rated sportsbooks has odds on how the show might play out, and if there will be a Mandalorian movie. We’ll break them down below and let bettors and fans of the show know if we think there is any value.

Will There Be A Mandalorian Movie Before 2022?

BET ODDS
Yes +225
No -350

It’s tempting to slam the -350 for a movie not being made before 2022 with the news that the Mandalorian will feature a sneak peek of the upcoming, “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” at the end of the first season.

One may also think that Disney+ will want to keep its new streaming platform’s top hit right where it is, in digital format. The last episode of the first season will air on Dec. 27. That sets up for at least another season, most likely coming in 2021.

However, with the massive success of the show, it’s hard to rule out a movie altogether. So, I don’t love either side of this bet, but I would lightly towards the yes at +225.

Will There Be A Mandalorian Movie? Our Pick: Yes (+225)

Will The Mandalorian Show His Face In Season 1?

BET ODDS
Yes +200
No -300

If you’ve been watching the show, you know we still haven’t seen the face of our favorite bounty hunter. No one has seen his face since he was a child. “This is the way,” as we hear often enough. Even the prospects of a romantic relationship couldn’t get him to remove his suit.

The character is played by Pedro Pascal of Game of Thrones and Narcos fame. I must say he does a great job acting through body language and by using different voices and timing. You can feel the emotions even though we don’t see any facial expressions.

However, I am going to lean towards the yes at +200 once again. It seems unlikely to me that they would cast Pascal, one of the more attractive actors in the business, and choose not to show his face a single time.

It may happen in Season 2, but there is enough upside for me at 2/1 to say it happens before the end of the year.

Will The Mandalorian Remove His Helmet? Our Pick: Yes (+200)

Will Baby Yoda Use The Force Again In Season 1 Of The Mandalorian?

BET ODDS
Yes -140
No +100
Baby Yoda sipping tea in The Mandalorian

Baby Yoda has taken the world by storm, and his preferred beverage during one of the season’s most memorable brawls has become the new “sipping tea” meme.

Disney has big plans for Baby Yoda, meaning he could become “Kid Yoda,” plus a whole host of action figures, videogame appearances, and who knows what else.

The character is too compelling for him to be finished with the Force. For one, he can’t sit still. He seems to have some mighty naps after the use of his powers. That’s the thing, he seems to find himself in the middle of the action, quite often.

With him back on the run and a price on his head – I don’t think we’ve seen the last of the Force from those adorable little green hands.

Will Baby Yoda Use The Force Again? Our Pick: Yes (-140)

The Mandalorian Betting At Bovada Sportsbook

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Joseph Falchetti

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