Baby Yoda is back! Season two of the hit original series may be months away, but The Mandalorian Disney+ documentary is coming to the streaming service next month and it’s going to give viewers an incredible glimpse behind the scenes.

The month of May marks an important day for Star Wars fans everywhere. You may have heard the phrase “May the Fourth be with you” tossed around in the past—a clever spin on the popular line “May the Force be with you.”

In honour of this very special occasion, Disney+ is releasing a brand new eight-part documentary series that will chronicle the making of the iconic show.

“‘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 1,” executive producer Jon Favreau said in a statement.

“We had a great experience making the show and we’re looking forward to sharing it with you.”

The first episode is set to be released on Monday, May 4, and subsequent episodes will be released weekly on Fridays, Screenrant reports.

Although an official release date for season two hasn’t yet been shared, Screenrant also notes that Disney+ subscribers can expect to stream the show sometime in October of 2020.

According to CBR, the upcoming season will star Rosario Dawson as she takes on the role of a live-action Ahsoka Tano. Viewers will also find out more about the mysterious Baby Yoda, and why exactly Moff Gideon is in possession of the darksaber.

'The Mandalorian' Disney+ Documentary

Since it’s initial launch last November, Disney+ has released several original shows and movies for subscribers including Stargirl, High School Musical: The Musical - The Series, and The Imagineering Story, just to name a few.

The streaming service has not yet shared a trailer for Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian as of today. However, they did release the trailer for an upcoming original series called Prop Culture earlier this week. You can check it out below!