I'm hoping for next year, however. Won't have school looming over my head anymore once this year is done and over with.
Ironically, Disney and online articles are creating the so called "Star Wars fatigue" by making stupid assumptions about the public and their interests. The public still loves Star Wars, it's been engraved in U.S. culture let alone world culture for close to 50 years. However, general opinions can be swayed by little to no research and being told what to think. Solo didn't do well because of the very public BTS issues, and little to no marketing before it came out. And then normies think reception to TLJ is what caused the film to underperfom because of articles like above that merely hypothesize and ponder rather than present actual fact.
Headline: "The Last Jedi Killed Solo Box Office?"
Public: "Well, I guess Star Wars is dead now."
Fans/Intellectuals: "Oh look, a single film didn't do well for a variety of reasons. Oh well. Guess I'll have to wait for the myriad of other Star Wars content that's coming out for my next fix.
Clone Wars Season 7 is announced, The Mandalorian is announced, Resistance Season 2 is announced, Cassian Andor/K-2SO show is announced, a plethora of other novels are announced, more Star Wars movies are confirmed to be coming but just not as frequently, Jedi: Fallen Order is coming out soon...
Theme park doesn't do well because it's not operating at 100% quite yet
Public: (thinking back to that one article headline they read in June 2018 and sees one negative thing in a sea of positive) "Star Wars is dead now."
TL;DR- the public is stupid, has a skewed yet long memory, and websites perpetuate the cycle by not providing enough information in their articles, being borderline slanderous IMO