Disney+ Star Wars ‘Andor’ May Get a Second Season


Today is a busy day for ‘Star Wars’ rumors. Now I’m throwing another one to the list. According to What’s Coming to Disney Plus, the upcoming Cassian Andor spin off from ‘Rogue One’ is going to get a second season on Disney+.

The Cassian Andor show called “Andor” is meant to be a prequel following the rebellion. Diego Luna will be reprising his role as the title character along with Genevieve O’Reilly as Mon Mothma. Other actors listed on the project include: Stellan Skarsgård, Adria Arjona, Fiona Shaw, Denise Gough and Kyle Soller.

So far the first season of ‘Andor’ hasn’t premiered and we are still waiting for a release date, but according to one of the actors in the show Stellan Skarsgård, they are already moving onto Season 2.

During an interview on DN.SE, the actor indicated that he was going to film one project and then it was onto Season 2 of ‘Andor.’

“We start with ‘Dune 2’ in July. And then in the autumn, it’s time for the second season of the Star Wars series ‘Andor’.”

Andor is a bit longer than other “limited series” shows coming to Disney+. This one is supposed to have 12 episodes. Given that it was so much longer, What’s Coming to Disney Plus thought they might split it into two six episode seasons. Which is what services like Netflix tend to do. But the 12 episodes for Season One seems to be the correct number.

No word yet on how many episodes a Season Two could contain, but we still haven’t gotten a Season One yet or release date.

Of course nothing is confirmed and it’s just coming from a translated interview, so take it with a grain of salt for now.

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Source: What’s Coming To Disney Plus

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