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‘Andor’ release schedule: When episodes 1, 2 and 3 drop on Disney Plus


The Star Wars universe has once again expanded Disney+ in the form of A thug prequel series Andorwhich takes place five years before the events of the 2016 film. It sees Diego Luna return as Cassian Andor, the spy who would play a vital role in the early days of the Rebel Alliance against the totalitarian Galactic Empire.

This 12-episode series began September 21when the first three episodes hitting Disney’s streaming service. From now on, we’ll have an episode every Wednesday until November 23.

Andor Episode Release Dates and Times

Here’s Andor’s full release schedule on Disney Plus, as confirmed by the official Star Wars Twitter account. New episodes usually drop at 12 p.m. PT (3 a.m. ET / 8 a.m. GMT / 5 p.m. AEST).

  • Episode 1: Available now.
  • Episode 2: Available now.
  • Episode 3: Available now.
  • Episode 4: Wednesday, September 28.
  • Episode 5: Wednesday, October 5.
  • Episode 6: Wednesday, October 12.
  • Episode 7: Wednesday, October 19.
  • Episode 8: Wednesday, October 26.
  • Episode 9: Wednesday, November 2.
  • Episode 10: Wednesday, November 9.
  • Episode 11: Wednesday, November 16.
  • Episode 12: Wednesday, November 23.

Is there an Andor trailer?

Lucasfilm gave us various trailers before the release of the show, with the last come home mother Disney D23 Expo early September. You can also consult a 9 minute preview (mostly scenes from episode 3) in Disney Plus.

Will Andor get a second season?

It certainly will. Creator Tony Gilroy Confirmed at May’s Star Wars Anaheim Celebration that the series will return for a 12-episode second season that leads directly into Rogue One. It’s unclear when season 2 will premiere, but it’ll likely arrive on Disney Plus in 2023 or 2024 – expect to hear more on Star Wars Europe Celebration next April.



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