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If you're one of those who has already ploughed their way through the entirety of The Mandalorian series, then we have some good news for you.
That's because more Star Wars content is on the way as Disney has announced a new eight-part docuseries going behind the scenes of the hit spin-off.
The first episode is set to land on 4 May - obviously - on Disney+, with new episodes dropping each Friday after that.
Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian will delve into the filmmaking process, the technology used to create such an immersive world, and the inspiration behind some of the most popular characters.
Speaking about the series, executive producer Jon Favreau said he had a blast making The Mandalorian and wanted to let the fans in on how it was done.
He said: "Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian is an opportunity for fans of the show to take a look inside and get to see a different perspective, and perhaps a greater understanding, of how The Mandalorian came together and some of the incredibly talented contributors throughout season one.
"We had a great experience making the show and we're looking forward to sharing it with you."
But this isn't the only gift the folks over at Disney have announced to mark 'Star Wars Day'. After seven seasons, another mega-popular chapter in the Star Wars saga, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, will come to an end.
The season finale will explore the events leading up to Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, and will air on 4 May.
But if Star Wars isn't your thing, fear not, Disney+ has something for everyone.
Firstly, there's pretty much every single Disney movie that you could think of - including the new live-action Lady and the Tramp - and a whole host of spin-offs featuring, for example, Forky, the vastly popular character from Toy Story 4.
And for a slight change of pace, how about a science programme presented by none other than Jeff Goldblum?
Well, you're in luck because the Jurassic Park star heads up The World According to Jeff Goldblum.
To top it all off you can also access the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe quicker than Thanos can snap his fingers, while the Pixar collection is also there, as is National Geographic content.
You can sign up for a 7-day free trial of Disney+ here.
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