Andor Writer Reveals Shows End

Star Wars’ newest live-action show, Andor, will premiere on Disney+ on September 21st. But before it can premiere, the lead writer for the show has already revealed how the show will end. In all fairness, it is what fans expected to see, but it is now officially confirmed by Tony Gilroy.

The show will premiere with three episodes, as revealed by the newest trailer for the show, where fans get a glimpse into the planets, political atmosphere, and the intensity of this spy-thriller. The show will run for two 12-episode seasons, which means episode 24 will be the last. 

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In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Gilroy, revealed that the show leads directly into Rogue One. He exact words were, “Our last scene of the show, our 24th episode, will walk the audience directly into Rogue One and directly into the first scene of Rogue One.” 

The two-season run may seem disappointing to fans, as we had expected at least three seasons. The story of Andor only needs two season to be told; if the show were to run for three or more season, it would transition to animated, as confirmed by Diego Luna. The conclusion of the show already revealed may deter fans from the series, but Gilroy feels confident that the story will keep fans hooked.

Diego Luna as Cassian Andor

The spin-off series to Rogue One will premiere September 21st, with three episodes. The delay was quietly revealed in the new trailer released a few days ago. 

What are your thoughts about the end? Are you eager to see the story lead directly into the movie? Comment your thoughts below or on the Facebook page. 

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