The Mandalorian - Season 1, Episode 03: Chapter 3: The Sin
The series follows a series of powerful adventures that tell a warrior who appeared in the world of Star Wars. During that period, the Mandalorian was appointed after the fall of the Empire, which would reflect the course of things. Now, he appears to be a lone wrestler in the outer sections of the galaxy, far from the republican authority that reflects more decisions.
The story is well on its way: the Mando's motivations are clear now, his characterization colorful and distinct enough from Boba Fett or other famous Mandalorians that he doesn't feel like a repetition.
Not that it matters much because watching the Mandalorian tote that little package in the crook of his arm and pretend he doesn't love the kid is the emotional crux this show rides on, and dammit if it doesn't work.
I didn't expect the show would deal very much with actual Mandalorian traditions or plight. By episode three, we got way more than I expected. And we also got more Mandalorians doing cool-ass Mandalorian stuff.
[It] has done an admirable job of establishing its premise and most of its main characters in its first three episodes, but it remains to be seen if the rest of the season can move those elements in an interesting (and hopefully inventive) direction.