The Rebellion is about to fall with Star Wars: Andor.
Table of Contents
- Star Wars: Andor Release Date: When Will the Star Wars Series Come Out?
- Star Wars: Andor Cast: Who are the Actors Included in the Disney+ Series?
- Star Wars: Andor Crew: Who are the Creatives Behind the Scenes?
- Star Wars: Andor Plot: What Will be the Plot of The Rogue One Spinoff?
- Star Wars: Andor Trailer: Is There a Trailer for Star Wars: Andor ?
- Star Wars: Andor Additional Promotional Materials: Are There More Promotional Materials for Andors?
- Where to Watch Star Wars: Andor : Where Can I Watch the Star Wars: Andor?
Andor is a Disney+ exclusive that will tell the story of Cassian Andor, who we first meet in Rogue One. Now that the series is about to come out, here is everything we know about Star Wars: Andor.
Star Wars: Andor Release Date: When Will the Star Wars Series Come Out?
When the trailer for Andor came out on August 1, 2022, we learned that the Star Wars series would be released on September 21, 2022, almost a full month later than the premiere date that was first announced.
Star Wars: Andor Changes Release Date
Star Wars: Andor was originally set to come out on Wednesday, August 31, 2022. The release date for the series was confirmed during the Star Wars Celebration on May 26, 2022. Andor was supposed to come out at the same time as other Star Wars shows like Tales of the Jedi and the animated series Star Wars: Bad Batch.
Star Wars: Andor Filming
In his interview with Deadline, Andor lead actor Diego Luna confirmed that the filming was completed back in September 2021. The series is now in post-production and getting ready for its nearing premiere come August.
Star War: Andor Episodes
The Star Wars series will be the longest series out of all the live-action Star Wars shows. It will have 12 episodes in the first season, with an episode coming out every week on Wednesdays. The first two episodes of the series will debut on the premiere, while the last episode of Star Wars: Andor will debut on November 23.
Disney+ confirmed the release schedule for Andor in August, which included the projected release dates for the episodes.
Episodes 1, 2, and 3 - September 21 (Wednesday)
Episodes 4 - September 28 (Wednesday)
Episodes 5 - October 5 (Wednesday)
Episodes 6 - October 12 (Wednesday)
Episodes 7 - October 19 (Wednesday)
Episodes 8 - October 26 (Wednesday)
Episodes 9 - November 2 (Wednesday)
Episodes 10 - November 9 (Wednesday)
Episodes 11 - November 16 (Wednesday)
Episodes 9 - November 23 (Wednesday)
Star Wars: Andor Cast: Who are the Actors Included in the Disney+ Series?
Most of the actors we will see in the series have already been confirmed, but we don't know which characters they will be playing. With this in mind, we can expect to meet many characters.
Main Characters in Andor
Diego Luna will be returning to play the main character of the show, Cassian Andor. Luna first played the character Andor in the 2016 Star Wars film Rogue One. Another actor returning is Forest Whitaker, who will be playing Saw Gerrera, who appeared in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars: The Bad Bitch, and Rogue One.
Genevieve O'Reilly, who also appeared in Star Wars: Rebels and Rogue One with Luna, will also appear as senator Mon Mothma. Mothma was a supporter of the rebellion who eventually became the leader of the New Republic. Ben Mendelsohn will also appear as the villain Orson Krennic along with Alan Tudyk, who will voice the droid, K2SO.
Aside from actors who first appeared in Rogue One, we will also meet other named roles who will appear in Andor. We will also see Anton Valensi as Ben, who will appear in three episodes, and Alex Ferms as Sergeant Kostek, who will appear in twelve episodes.
Other Actors In Andor
Aside from the actors who will be playing named characters, we will also see Adria Arjona from Pacific Rim and Stellan Skarsgård. Denise Gough, who played Yennefer for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and Fiona Shaw, from Harry Potter, will also join the cast.
Star Wars: Andor Crew: Who are the Creatives Behind the Scenes?
Tony Gilroy will be the director and showrunner for Andor. Gilroy also previously worked on Rogue One, so he is familiar with most of the actors in the show. Dan Gilroy (Tony Gilroy's brother who previously worked on Nightcrawler), Stephen Schiff (best known for The Americans), and Beau Willimon (best known for House of Cards) will be writing for the show.
Toby Haynes, who is maybe most known for his work on Black Mirror, Sherlock, and Doctor Who, directed the first three episodes of Andor because Gilroy had to delay his travel due to the pandemic.
Star Wars: Andor Plot: What Will be the Plot of The Rogue One Spinoff?
Based on the trailer, Andor's first season is set early during the post-Order 66 world, where the Empire may still be using clones. This is evidenced by the stormtroopers who still wore their first armors and the training facility shown in the trailer. The trailer also shows us the insides of the imperial facility, which suggests that we will see espionage and data stealing.
So far, there is also no mention of lightsabers or Jedi or the Sith, so this may be another Star Wars spinoff that will take a different path.
Andor will tell us the origins of its titular character, Cassian. It will also show us the untold story of the Rebellion, especially the gritty and rougher events in the story. In Rogue One, we know that Cassian is willing to do whatever it takes to help the Rebellion, even if it means killing those close to him. This willingness to kill may be an indication of a problematic past and may also be a reminder that no one is safe in the series.
Disney+ released the official synopsis for Andor:
The Andor series will explore a new perspective from the Star Wars galaxy, focusing on Cassian Andor's journey to discover the difference he can make. The series brings forward the tale of the burgeoning rebellion against the Empire and how people and planets became involved. It's an era filled with danger, deception, and intrigue where Cassian will embark on the path that is destined to turn him into a rebel hero.
Star Wars: Andor Season 2
Andor Season 2 has already been confirmed even before the first season was even released. It will be a two-part season that will have 12 episodes. Some of the characters from the first season will be returning for the second season. The writers also already confirmed that the themes from season one will continue on to season 2 as we learn more about Cassian's life.
Star Wars: Andor Trailer: Is There a Trailer for Star Wars: Andor?
Yes, there is a trailer for Star Wars: Andor. The trailer was released on May 27, 2022, on the official YouTube channel for Star Wars. It was an introduction to the backstory of Cassian Andor. Watch the trailer here:
Star Wars: Andor Official Trailer
The official trailer for the series came out on August 1, 2022. Watch the full trailer here:
Star Wars: Andor Final Trailer in D23
The final official trailer for Star Wars: Andor was released during the D23 Expo. The simplicity and the rawness of the trailer set the tone for what to expect from the series.
Star Wars: Andor Additional Promotional Materials: Are There More Promotional Materials for Andors?
Aside from the trailers, Andor has extra videos that teach you more about the series.
How to Steal from the Empire
A little over a month before the series premiere, we see Luther and Cassian Andor talk about how to steal from the Empire.
A couple of weeks before the premiere of the series, a video explaining the timeline within Andor was posted on their official YouTube channel.
Disney+ Day Exclusive Andor Footage
On Disney+ Day, tthe company announced a special 9-minute extra footage from the Star Wars: Andors that fans can watch exclusively on the streaming site.
Where to Watch Star Wars: Andor: Where Can I Watch the Star Wars: Andor?
You can watch Star Wars: Andor on Disney+ once it hits the screens by the end of August. You can watch more shows within the Star Wars universe like The Mandalorian, Ahsoka, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Star Wars: Skeleton Wars.
Andor has been a pivotal character in Rogue One. He caught the hearts of many Star Wars fans, and it is good to see him finally get his own series. We are excited to see what the series has in store for all Star Wars fans.