Andor TV Series (2022) Cast & Crew, Release Date, Episodes, Story, Review, Poster, Trailer

Andor (Season 1)

August 31, 2022
38–57 minutes
Season: 1
Episodes: 12
Status: released

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Andor (Season 1) TV Series Details:

Also known asStar Wars: Andor
Country United States
Language English
No of episode12
Release date August 31, 2022
Running time38–57 minutes
Starring Diego Luna
Genevieve O’Reilly
Stellan Skarsgård
Adria Arjona
Denise Gough
Kyle Soller
Fiona Shaw
Created by Tony Gilroy
Based on Star Wars
by George Lucas
Executive producersKathleen Kennedy
Tony Gilroy
Sanne Wohlenberg
Diego Luna
Michelle Rejwan
CinematographyJonathan Freeman
Adriano Goldman
Edited by Frances Parker
Production location United Kingdom
Production company Lucasfilm
Distributor Disney Platform Distribution
Original network Disney+
Budget $250 million

Andor (Season 1) TV Series Cast & Character:

  • Diego Luna as Cassian Andor
  • Kyle Soller as Syril Karn
  • Adria Arjona as Bix Caleen
  • Stellan Skarsgård as Luthen Rael
  • Fiona Shaw as Maarva Andor
  • Genevieve O’Reilly as Mon Mothma
  • Denise Gough as Dedra Meero
  • Faye Marsay as Vel Sartha
  • Varada Sethu as Cinta Kaz
  • Elizabeth Dulau as Kleya Marki
  • Joplin Sibtain as Brasso
  • James McArdle as Timm Karlo
  • Rupert Vansittart as Chief Hyne
  • Alex Ferns as Sergeant Linus Mosk
  • Gary Beadle as Clem Andor
  • Kathryn Hunter as Eedy Karn
  • Alastair Mackenzie as Perrin Fertha
  • Anton Lesser as Major Partagaz
  • Alex Lawther as Karis Nemik
  • Sule Rimi as Lieutenant Gorn
  • Ebon Moss-Bachrach as Arvel Skeen
  • Gershwyn Eustache Jnr as Taramyn Barcona
  • Stanley Townsend as Commandant Jayhold Beehaz
  • Ben Miles as Tay Kolma
  • Andy Serkis as Kino Loy
  • Duncan Pow as Ruescott Melshi
  • Forest Whitaker as Saw Gerrera
  • Richard Dillane as Davo Sculdun


Beginning five years before the events of Rogue One (2016) and A New Hope (1977), the series follows an ensemble cast of characters during the time that a Rebel Alliance is forming in opposition to the Galactic Empire. One of these characters is Cassian Andor, a thief who becomes a revolutionary and eventually joins the Rebellion.

About Andor (Season 1) TV Series:

Andor, also known as Star Wars: Andor, is an American science fiction television series created by Tony Gilroy for the streaming service Disney+. It is part of the Star Wars franchise and a prequel to the film Rogue One (2016), which in turn is a prequel to the original Star Wars film (1977). The series follows thief-turned-rebel spy Cassian Andor during the five years that lead to the events of the two films, exploring how he becomes radicalized against the Galactic Empire and how the wider Rebel Alliance is formed.

Diego Luna reprises his role as Cassian Andor from Rogue One and serves as an executive producer. The series also stars Kyle Soller, Adria Arjona, Stellan Skarsgård, Fiona Shaw, Genevieve O’Reilly, Denise Gough, Faye Marsay, Varada Sethu, and Elizabeth Dulau. Lucasfilm announced a series focused on Andor in November 2018, with Luna attached and Stephen Schiff hired as showrunner. Schiff was replaced by Rogue One co-writer Gilroy as creator and showrunner in April 2020.

Filming took place at Pinewood Studios in London and on location around the United Kingdom, with Neal Scanlan returning from Rogue One to provide practical effects. The first season, which tells a year of Andor’s story when he first becomes a revolutionary, was filmed from November 2020 to September 2021 during the COVID-19 pandemic. The second season covers the next four years leading up to Rogue One, and was filmed from November 2022 to February 2024 with breaks and delays due to the 2023 Hollywood labor disputes. Nicholas Britell composed the series’ original score.

Andor premiered on September 21, 2022, with the first three episodes of the first season. The other nine episodes of the season were released weekly through November 23. The first season received acclaim from critics, who considered it the “most complex, mature story in Star Wars lore”, as well as several accolades. It was nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards including Outstanding Drama Series. The second season was expected to be released in August 2024 but the production delays mean it will likely be delayed to 2025.