Lady Bo-Katan Kryze will finally have her moment in the limelight in The Mandalorian Season 3.

Actress Katee Sackhoff discussed her more than ten years of portraying Bo-Katan in an interview with Empire Magazine. She also discussed how the upcoming Mandalorian season will build upon her anti-hero’s predicament.

After complimenting Season 3’s writings as “so vast and so daring and so different,” Sackhoff hinted at a second Bo-Katan redemption story after Season 2 by saying, “I’m sure we’ll see more of her.” “What family will she select now that we are aware of the one, she was born into? How does that appear? ” She said.

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Sackhoff also praised her partnership with showrunner Jon Favreau and the degree of her contribution to the creation of Bo-Katan in Season 3. “Her current situation and the details that color her experience are some of the things Jon and I concentrate on. Every single day, Jon and [director/executive producer] Rick [Famuyiwa] defer to me, which is a really surreal experience because having these masters ask me how I feel “She spoke up. “It honors the work I’ve put in over the years and the skill. I genuinely know her, and I share in her suffering. I can actually sense what she is feeling.”

As a lieutenant of Death Watch commander Pre Vizla, Bo-Katan initially debuted in Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 4, Episode 14 A Friend in Need, voiced by Sackhoff (voiced by Favreau). The past of Bo-Katan would be developed in Season 5, which would lead to the revelation that she and previous Mandalore leader Dutchess Satine are sisters in Season 5, Episode 16 of The Lawless.

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The character made her live-action debut in The Mandalorian episodes The Heiress and The Rescue, after appearances in Star Wars Rebels and the last season of The Clone Wars on Disney+. Sackhoff reprised her role as Bo-Katan in this episode, who was attempting to assemble supporters and battle the villain Moff Gideon (Giancarlo Esposito) as part of her strategy to regain Mandalore, which the Empire had long since devastated.