Disney Gallery: Star Wars: The Mandalorian, aired on August 25, details how the show’s production team revived Luke Skywalker at the end of Season 2. The episode will give an overview of the technology used to recreate Luke, as well as how Mark Hamill worked with the Mandalorian team for a surprise. The eight-episode “Disney Gallery” is a documentary series that approaches the back side of Disney +’s popular “Star Wars” series. The Mandalorian Season 2 finale was a series of surprises, but the biggest surprise was Luke Skywalker’s comeback. Hamil, who has been digitally rejuvenated, continues to play the role of Luke in “Chapter 16: Rescue.” The Mandalorian, Din Jarin, continued his mission to hand over The Child (Grog), leaving the question “Who will take over and train Grog?” Throughout the season. Ahsoka Tano, who made a surprise appearance in mid-season 2, turned out to be a smart dazzle before it was revealed that it was none other than Luke Skywalker who trained Grog. Disney +’s “Star Wars” universe continues to grow as The Mandalorian prepares for Season 3. In December, the spin-off drama series “The Book of Boba Fett (original title)” was released, and a single drama series with Ahsoka as the main character is also in production. “The Mandalorian” was nominated for 24 categories, including the Drama category work award, at the 73rd Emmy Awards held in September.