Release Date, Cast, Episodes, Plot, Spoilers and More

This story is free from spoilers about Andor‘s Season One finale.

Andor is very much a beginning—even though, timeline-wise, it occurs smack dab in the middle of Star Wars lore. By bringing the scale and scope of storytelling down to Cassian Andor (a major character in the Star Wars prequel film, Rogue One), Disney has finally figured out how to tell a compelling and human story in a world full of aliens and fascist empires. Andor isn’t just the story of how one spy joined the resistance movement, but the story of how the rebellion formed.

Though fatigue for Star Wars shows may have hurt viewership numbers on Disney+, the critical consensus for Andor was very strong. It’s why the series will run for another 12-episode-long season before coming to its conclusion, leading right up to the events of Rogue One. It the spinoff film, Cassian fights to get the plans for the Death Star that the rebel forces will desperately need come A New Hope. Before he finds himself there, however, there’s a lot more Andor to explore. Here’s everything we know about Season Two so far

What Could Happen in Andor Season Two?

Again, we’re keeping this story spoiler-free, but according to Kyle Soller, who plays Deputy Inspector Syril Karn, Disney is “turning it up to 11” for Season Two. “There’s just more people, more planets, more worlds,” he told Esquire. “There’s an amazing storyline about this new group of people.” Andor has already taken us to many worlds across the galaxy, including the free trade city of Ferrix, Cassian’s home on Kenari, the astrological heist location of Aldhani, the galactic senate on Coruscant, and the prison complex on Narkina 5.

Season Two promises even more locations and interesting characters, introduced after a time jump that places the series right before the events of Rogue One. “What’s amazing about dropping back in for this season is the time gaps that are going to be instituted to take you up the full five years before coming into Rogue One at the end,” Soller revealed. “So there’s huge amounts of growth that’s happening within the world of Andor, but also in Syril’s world… and his tailoring.” (The last bit, about the tailoring, is a joke. We think.)

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Who Will Return for Andor Season Two?

Aside from Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) and Soller’s Syril Karn, early rebellion heroes Bix Caleen (Adria Arjona) and Luthen Rael (Stellan Skarsgård) still have more of their stories to share. As does Mon Mothma (Genevieve O’Reilly) and Saw Gerrera (Forest Whitaker), who both originally appeared in Rogue One alongside Andor. It wouldn’t be insane to believe that other characters from the film, such as Imperial Military specialist Orson Krennic (Ben Mendelsohn) or cargo pilot Bodhi Rook (Riz Ahmed), will make an appearance in Season Two as well.

When Will Andor Season Two Debut?

Showrunner Tony Gilroy told The Wrap that we could expect Andor Season Two sometime in 2024. Until then, don’t think Disney is pumping the breaks on Star Wars content hitting our screens. 2023 will see the release of The Mandalorian Season Three, The Bad Batch Season Two, Star Wars Visions Season Two, and the highly-anticipated, Rosario Dawson-led Ahsoka series. As always, as Star Wars‘s real-life cinematic universe expands, so does the galaxy, far, far away.

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