Andor started production back in November 2020 and at one point was earmarked for a 2021 release, until COVID-related days pushed back the timetable. At Star Wars Celebration, it was detailed that Season 1’s 12 episodes will be set five years prior to Rogue One and span a year in time, whereas Season 2 (another 12 episodes) will cover the remaining four years.
Same, I am still behind on everything from Traditional Channels, so plenty to watch over the 9 weeks until Andor is done.First three episodes are available now. All 12 should be available Nov. 23 which is when I will start watching.
Seen it all the other Star Wars movies so many times, remember everything.Probably try to watch Rogue One again to familiarize myself with the plot of that one.
Sorry, but I must disagree. Mando Rules! Had it been condensed down to 8 episodes, it might have been as good as you say. But there was too much bloat (yawning). Better than Bobba Fett, though.The finale for Season 1 was released today, so enjoy you binge session! ”Andor” makes “The Mandalorian” look like the “Star Wars Holiday Special”, IMHO, of course.