Andor New Episodes Release Date(2022); All The Latest Updates And Everything We Know So Far
This week, the new Star Wars TV show debuted on Disney+ , but fans quickly found out that they could only watch the first three episodes.
The most recent live-action Star Wars series, Star Wars: Andor , debuted on Disney+ on Wednesday and has already received positive reviews from devoted viewers. In the next two months, further episodes from the first season will be made accessible to stream, making spectators wait for each piece of interplanetary drama.
The brave Rebel spy Cassian Andor from the 2016 film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is the focus of the television series. The prequel to 1977’s Star Wars: A New Hope, the action takes place about five years before the events in Rogue One.
How Many Episodes of Star Wars: Andor Are There?
Twelve episodes, with a projected runtime of 35 to 50 minutes each, will make up the first season of this new show. This is a lot more than The Mandalorian’s eight-episode debut season and The Book of Boba Fett’s seven episodes from its debut season, which wrapped up earlier this year.
The time is now.
The three-episode premiere of #Andor, an Original series from Star Wars is streaming only on @DisneyPlus. pic.twitter.com/gvwQnBfxZK
— Star Wars | Andor & Tales of the Jedi On Disney+ (@starwars) September 21, 2022
Although the remaining episodes of the show will be aired on a weekly basis, just the first three have been made accessible to stream thus far. The fourth episode of the upcoming installment will be made available on Wednesday, September 28 at 3 am ET/12am PT. Every Wednesday after that, at the same hour, the remaining eight episodes will air.
Andor’s Episode Release Dates and Times
This is what revolution looks like. Watch #Andor, a Star Wars Original Series, streaming only on @DisneyPlus September 21. pic.twitter.com/nMrribxUr7
— Star Wars | Andor & Tales of the Jedi On Disney+ (@starwars) August 10, 2022
The official Star Wars Twitter account has announced the full release schedule for Andor on Disney Plus, which is listed below. At 12 a.m. PT (3 a.m. ET/8 a.m. GMT/5 p.m. AEST).
- Episode 1 is now accessible.
- Episode 2 is now accessible.
- Episode 3 is now accessible.
- Episode 4 will air on September 28th.
- Episode 5: October 5 on Wednesday.
- Episode 6 will air on October 12th.
- Episode 7 will air on October 19th.
- Episode 8 will air on October 26th.
- Episode 9: November 2, Wednesday.
- Episode 10 will air on November 9th.
- Episode 11 will air on November 16th.
- Episode 12: Nov. 23, a Wednesday.
Is There A Trailer For Andor?
The most recent trailer for the show was released by Lucasfilm in early September at the D23 Expo of parent company Disney. On Disney Plus, you can also watch a 9-minute preview of the show, mostly from episode 3.
What To Look Forward To In Episode 4 On Disney+?
Unfortunately, Disney+ doesn’t provide many previews or plot summaries before brand-new episodes. As a result, we don’t have a lot to go on. We can make a prediction as to where Andor will go next week, though.
After escaping Ferrix, Cassian and Luthen will probably run into the remainder of the Rebel Alliance. He’ll also have to determine whether or not he wants to join their ranks, a choice whose result we already know.
In addition, Syril Karn is furious after watching Andor Episode 3. He’ll probably go after Cassian, but he might go after other people as well. The inhabitants of Ferrix, many of whom made their opposition to the Empire—and the Pre-Mor Authority—known, may suffer as a result of Cassian’s escape.
We’ll have to wait and see what happens next, but it appears likely that by the time Andor’s term is over, it will be bringing us brand-new horrors. Additionally, it’ll give the galaxy hope. In the end, the Empire falls because the Rebel Alliance grows, but that doesn’t happen until a long time after Andor Episode 4.
Every Wednesday, Andor has a new episode available on Disney+.
Will Andor Get a Second Season?
Most definitely. The show will return for the second season of 12 episodes that will directly precede Rogue One, according to creator Tony Gilroy, who announced this at the Star Wars Celebration Anaheim in May.
Season 2 won’t premiere until sometime in 2023 or 2024, but we won’t know for sure until the Star Wars Celebration Europe in April of next year.