There are a few examples that the physics of material / ships burning on reentry is possible in Disney canon era
Journey to Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Leia, Princess of Alderaan
Leia imagined the station's wreckage tumbling into the atmosphere of Paucris Major, glowing with heat as it burned on reentry. Keir's ship would be caught in the planet's gravity too, and the evidence he'd given his life for would disintegrate into atoms, lost forever.
Empire's End: Aftermath (book 2)
And the the Starhawk dips considerably as the atmosphere kisses it,
the underside of the ship glowing with the sudden heat of reentry.
-- the ship's main engines are damaged. The scene implies that were the main engines working, the ship wouldn't be crashing, but no evidence that reentry would not still cause heat, etc...
There does appear to be standard and expected turbulence associated w/ reentry. One instance depicts a functional ship but a low skill, new pilot, so the burning may be a result of poor / low skill
Lords of the Sith
They hit the outer atmosphere, and it felt like running into a wall.
The sudden loss of velocity threw them both forward....flames sheathed
the ship, painting the cockpit in orange light. The metal of the hull
groaned and popped. The ship shook so badly that Isval's teeth ached.
The vessel continued to vibrate, but it was the normal bouncing of
- pg 152 (Kindle)
Borderline example here, but the fact that the life pod has a reentry shield implies that it would need it under normal operating circumstances.
A New Dawn
There was little she could do, except put the life pod's reentry
shield between them and the blast
- pg 353 (Kindle)
The Mandalorian: Season 2
(only in trailer form so far - tbd if the scenes remain the final cut)
The Razor Crest appears to be experiencing the effects of atmospheric re-entry