Andor Season 2: Expected Release Date

The season's final episode of "Andor", Disney's latest Star Wars series, has just aired on Disney+. But fear not, Andor season 2 has already been confirmed – here's everything you need to know about the expected release date.

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The release of Andor season 2 is sadly quite far away. | © Disney

No matter whether it's a new series or a movie, Star Wars typically puts a lot of focus on the Jedi and the force. The story about Cassian Andor is an exception here, and you could already see it in Rogue One back in 2016.

Six years later, Disney's new series "Star Wars: Andor" is taking the same line, with Cassian Andor (played by Diego Luna) in the spotlight again, telling the prequel story that leads to the happenings of Rogue One.

The first season's final episode "Rix Road" premiered on Disney+ on November 23, 2022, and fans are of course curious whethere the Star Wars show is going to return. And the good news is that Andor has already been renewed for a second season, so you can be sure to get new Andor episodes in the future.

Andor Season 2 Release Window: Star Wars Fans Have To Show Some Patience

Although an exact release date for Andor season 2 has not been announced yet, we can already make an educated guess about the release window referring to statements from the officials. And there is already some further information about season 2 as well.

In an interview from September, Showrunner Tony Gilroy indicated that he expects a release of season 2 by the end of 2024, saying "I have two more years to go" and "We'll shoot from November to August. And then our post[-production] last time was about a year." Sticking to this timetable, Andor season 2 will likely premiere in late 2024. It's already confirmed that the second season will contain 12 episodes again.

Gilroy also revealed some structural information about the upcoming season (Spoilers ahead!). In another interview with Polygon, he stated that at the beginning of season 2, one year will have passed since the events from the first season's finale. Furthermore, season 2 will do several time jumps, taking the plot only some days ahead of the events of Rogue One.

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