It went by fast, didn’t it? At least, that’s what fans of Andor, a new series from the Star Wars universe, which will come to an end next Wednesday (23)🇧🇷 Released directly on Disney + streaming, the work has 12 episodes in total in its first season.
The series is a prequel to the film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) and is focused on the character Cassian Andor, who lives several adventures on different planets during his formative years with the Rebel Alliance.
- Andor will be Diego Luna’s last appearance as Cassian in Star Wars
The hype about the series was so great that a second season of Andor it had already been commissioned even before the premiere of the first part. What has viewers already wondering: When will Andor season 2 premiere? on Disney+?
With the end of the premiere season, the question returned to circulate on the internet and Tony Gilroy, creator of the series, spoke on the subject.
When does Andor season 2 premiere?
In an interview with the Collider website, Gilroy revealed that the recording of the second part of the Star Wars series began this week and will end only in August 2023. That is, it is very unlikely that new episodes of Andor will arrive on Disney+ before 2024.
And this prediction only gains strength if we consider that, after recording, the episodes still need to go through post-production (Andor has many effects) and the outreach/marketing process before they are officially released.
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“The only thing you can speed up the process is the recordings, and the only way to speed up the recordings is with money, and money is tight. So, I don’t know, there would have to be a lot of motivation in May or June. Someone would have to say ‘wow, we really need this and we’re willing to pay’. Rogue One proved that, if you put in the money, you can record it pretty quickly. It’s really, really, really expensive.”
In short, fans will need to have a little patience before continuing the Cassian Andor saga.
So far, we know that season 2 will have 12 more episodes and will be the last of the work about the rebel. Diego Luna, the actor who gives life to Andor, also revealed that he will not return to live the character. after the series.