Even though plot twists on the Star Wars series are all over the internet after the December Season 1 finale, Disney+ will release The Mandalorian in weekly installments starting with its UK launch on March 24. The decision is bizarre, says James Whitbrook. "In a way, it’s understandable—Disney would quite like you to keep subscribed to Disney+ for as long as possible, and parceling out one of its biggest pieces of original content is a way to guarantee that, rather than people signing up for a month, binge-watching all the Baby Yoda they desire, and then peacing out," says Whitbrook. "But given the fact that it has been such a significant time since the show ended—and that the massive delay between rollouts has meant that Star Wars fans outside of the initially supported areas have taken to, diplomatically speaking, aggressively negotiating some alternate means of acquiring their Mando fix—it seems like an absurd choice. Especially when, as The Mandalorian was rolling out, Disney and Lucasfilm were incredibly precious about spoilers for the show, declaring they wanted to “preserve the experience” for fans." Meanwhile, Disney+'s Twitter account said: "We plan to premiere lots of content at the same time as our friends in the US. However there will be some variation in content between countries."