THE Mandalorian fans have gone wild over a shocking season two post credits scene starring an iconic character.
The Disney+ series dropped the grand finale of season two earlier today, with Mando (Pedro Pascal) desperately trying to rescue Grogu/Baby Yoda from Moff Gideon's evil clutches.
*Major spoilers ahead for The Mandalorian season two's post credits scene*
The drama reached a climax, with fans getting a shock when a face from the original Star Wars movies appeared.
But they got an even bigger surprise when they discovered there was a post-credits scene featuring Boba Fett, who had returned earlier in the season.
The bounty hunter was joined by Fennec Shand in Jabba the Hutt's palace, where they went on to kill everyone in sight.
Once the slaughtering was complete, Boba took his seat on the throne, ready to rule a new crime kingdom as Fennec swigged on a drink beside him.
A title card reading 'The Book of Boba Fett' then appeared on screen, followed by the news it would air in December 2021.
That is the same date as The Mandalorian season three is set to premiere, leaving fans wondering if Boba will be taking over the show from Mando or if it is signalling one of the many Star Wars spin-off series that were announced by Disney earlier this week.
Regardless, the post-credits scene left them shook, with one writing on Twitter: "The end of #TheMandalorian HOLY S**T HOLY S**T HOLY S**T and the post credits."
Another added: "I'm shook from watching the finale of #TheMandalorian! What an ending to an awesome Season 2! And the post credits scene…hell f***ing YES!"
A third tweeted: "There's a post credits scene for the season finale of #TheMandalorian and OOOOOOO MMMYYYYYYY GOOOOOODDDDDD."
Meanwhile a fourth wrote: "The season 2 finale of #TheMandalorian was beyond perfect! And the postcredits scene. It’s peak Star Wars!"
The Mandalorian is available on Disney+
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