Fans won’t be waiting long for the return of The Mandalorian and it’s upcoming stable of Marvel shows. In a quarterly earnings phone call this morning Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed to investors that Disney+ had 26.5 million paying subscribers by the end of Disney’s latest fiscal quarter. The service further added an additional 2 million subscriptions in January alone.

Those huge numbers weren’t all Iger revealed, however. He also let us know when fans should expect to see the next season of The Mandalorian. The same goes for the new Wandavision and Falcon and the Winter Soldier Marvel series, too:

Even though we did see a teaser for the new Loki series over Super Bowl weekend, Iger did reveal that it would not premier till 2021.

More Star Wars/Mandalorian?

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The biggest news that Bob Iger might have spilled was that The Mandalorian will likely run more than two seasons and even teased a couple spin offs, saying there’s “the possibility of infusing [The Mandalorian] with more characters and taking those characters in their own direction in terms of series.” And don’t worry Marvel fans. Iger also revealed there will be plenty of more Marvel series in the works, as well. (We learned of some of them at Comic-Con last July.) “There are seven other Marvel series in various stages of development or pre-production,” Iger said.

Vision in WandaVision.

So along with the Obi-Wan Kenobi and Cassian Andor spin offs we could finally get that Greedo and Max Rebo band series we’ve all been clamoring for!

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