With the series premiere of Andor less than a week away, Disney has been releasing more news and announcements about the structure and content of the latest series to take place in a galaxy far, far away. A fun infographic on Andor’s official Instagram teased the release schedule:
The series premiere will be a jam-packed night on September 21 with the first three episodes, or the entire first fourth of the first season, dropping at once on Disney+. With plenty to hook viewers in one fell swoop, the remaining nine episodes will release with a typical one-episode per week schedule.
The first season has a total of 12 episodes, leaving the midpoint of the season on October 12 and the first season finale arriving on Disney+ on November 23 in time for Thanksgiving.
It’s also been announced that Andor will have 24 episodes divided into two seasons. The series will have a lot of ground to cover, and it also has a specific and tight timeframe as another prequel series in the Star Wars canon.
The series’ structure has been a large part of its mystery and appeal thus far. It’s safe to say Andor will be unlike any Star Wars series yet.
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