Star Wars: Andor Season 2 Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer And All Updates

Andor is the much-awaited Rogue One prequel-sequel arriving soon to Disney+, casting Diego Luna as he repeats his part as Rebel spy Cassian Andor and no suspicion examining a shadier side to the Star Wars galaxy.

After the mammoth triumph of The Mandalorian and Obi-Wan Kenobi, it’s no wonder that better live-action Star Wars series are on the path, and Andor is the one that’s been in the outcomes the most extended so far. Here is everything you need to learn.


Andor Release Date

The first 12-episode season of Andor is planned to debut on Disney+ on August 31, 2022, with its initial two episodes. The remainder of the season will be debuted weekly till November 9. A second 12-episode season is in creation, which will complete the series and show the circumstances of Rogue One.

Andor Release Date

Andor Cast

As you’ve already thought, Diego Luna will return as Cassian Andor. Genevieve O’Reilly will bind him, who is repeating her part as Mon Mothma, a manager within the Rebellion.


Merging them will be Stellan Skarsgard, Kyle Soller, and Denise Gough. Good Omens star Adria Arjona is the most delinquent complement to the characters. More stories have emerged about who may be entering the cast.

Stellan Skarsgard noted in a radio discussion that he had worked alongside Forest Whitaker, who recreates the function of Saw Gerrera. In expansion, it says that villain Orson Krennic (recreated by Ben Mendelsohn) will return.

Alan Tudyk will again bear to voice the Imperial droid, K2SO – but we’ll probably not notice him till season two. Luna has even teased that there will be more ‘familiar faces,’ so we can expect to witness more Rogue One alumni.


Almost behind the camera, Tony Gilroy (who once performed on Rogue One) shall act as the show’s main lead and supervisor. We’ll have Tony’s brother Dan and Stephen Schiff on the report team.

Due to epidemic-based travel problems, Gilroy didn’t complete the first three episodes. Rather, Toby Haynes carried over the responsibilities in his lack. Haynes has earlier served on Black Mirror.

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Andor Plot

The new show will be spy suspense based roughly on Diego Luna’s character, Cassian Andor. It was developed five years before Rogue One in the earlier days of the fight between the Empire and the Rebellion.

In a cover story, it was revealed that Cassian Andor’s home planet had been killed and that he was originally rather hesitant to join the Rebellion. The series will chart his trip into the guy he finally becomes in Rogue One.

Andor Plot

In a discussion, Luna said his excitement for a sequel tale. “You understand the ending, but you don’t understand how it occurred, and we have that challenge in the act of us again.”

The show will be cast-driven, concentrating on emotional tiers rather than large, great spectacles. It will pull motivation from the spy, cliff-hanger, and experience genres.

In the second season, sequel producer Tony Gilroy has proved that the series will bounce yearly every three installments, suggesting that Andor will protect a big area of the Star Wars timeline.

Andor Trailer

The trailer shows a few tips regarding the timeline and the form of the Empire during Andor. Established in the earlier post- Order 66 universe, many pictures of imperial buildings emphasize the intelligence part of the Rebellion.

The general tone offers a nail-biter with treachery and trouble lurking about every intersection.

Stormtroopers are not sporting their traditional armor yet, so maybe we will even notice some Clones and perhaps a cameo from Temuera Morrison. After all, he did offer up as a veteran team in episode 2 of Kenobi.