The new Disney+ series based on Star Wars premieres on September 21 with its first three episodes, then moves to a traditional weekly release.
It's time for the Rebellion. Star Wars: Andor, the new original series from Lucasfilm for Disney+, finally begins its journey with a first season that will chronicle the adventures of Cassian Andor during the darkest era of the galaxy. After a month's delay, the platform offers the first three episodes starting Wednesday, September 21 at midnight PT, 3:00 a.m. ET.
Like other Disney+ series, the episodes of this first season will be distributed weekly, in this case, every Wednesday. Below is the complete list with all 12 episodes.
All for the Rebellion. Watch the brand-new trailer for #Andor, an Original series from Star Wars, and experience the three-episode premiere streaming September 21, only on @DisneyPlus. pic.twitter.com/w1TiVyBS8t— Star Wars (@starwars) September 10, 2022
Release date of all Star Wars: Andor episodes
- Episode 1 | September 21
- Episode 2 | September 21
- Episode 3 | September 21
- Episode 4 | September 28
- Episode 5 | October 5
- Episode 6 | October 12
- Episode 7 | October 19
- Episode 8 | October 26
- Episode 9 | October 2
- Episode 10 | November 9
- Episode 11 | November 16
- Episode 12 | November 23
Star Wars: Andor is a sci-fi thriller with the components of a spy series. Cassian, the Rebel soldier we met in Rogue One, blends in with the Imperial agents to blow up their structures from the inside. Five years before the events of the film, the foundations of the Rebellion began to be built. Important members of the Senate such as Mon Mothma and Bail Organa work in the shadows to end the reign of the evil Emperor Palpatine.
The series will have two seasons, but the arrival of the second one will be delayed for a while. Tony Gilroy, director and showrunner, has assured that they will shoot from November to August and that they will need at least a year of post-production. Unlike The Mandalorian or Obi-Wan Kenobi, Andor is being shot in a more traditional way, without the presence of StageCraft technology, also known as Volume.
Source | Lucasfilm