We’ve got good news and bad news about Andor season 2. The good news? Well, the Disney Plus series is continuing. It’s long been expected to go multiple seasons, so that part is not much of a surprise.
The downside, though, is all about how we get to Andor season 2 — and what happens after that. Not only will there be a lengthy wait, but that second season will be all showrunner Tony Gilroy “wrote.”
In one of the best Star Wars shows (or projects, really) ever, Andor’s fate is already decided. Gilroy’s(opens in new tab) told the press that Andor season 2 will be its final run. Andor season 2 will also match the first batch, running 12 episodes in total.
Who will be in the cast of Andor season 2?
One thing we do know for certain is that Diego Luna will reprise his role as Cassian Andor – he is the show’s titular hero and also featured as Andor in the 2016 Star Wars spin-off film Rogue One, which takes place where the final season of Andor is expected to end.
Other cast members we expect to see in Andor season two include:
- Stellan Skarsgård as Luthen Rael
- Genevieve O’Reilly as Mon Mothma
- Denise Gough as Dedra Meero
- Kyle Soller as Syril Karn
- Alex Ferns as Sergeant Linus Mosk
- Adria Arjona as Bix Caleen
- Faye Marsay as Vel Sartha
- Varada Sethu as Cinta Kaz
- Anton Lesser as Major Partagas:
- Dave Chapman as B2EMO
- Forest Whitaker as Saw Gerrera
- Doc Brown as Lieutenant Supervisor Blevin
- Malcolm Sinclair as Colonel Wulff Yularen
- Duncan Pow as Ruescott Melish
- Davo Sculdun: Richard Dillane
- Lonni Jung: Robert Emms
What is the plot of Andor season 2?
Season two will take place a year after the events of the first season, and the 12-episode arc will cover four years of Andor’s life as he continues on his journey to becoming the rebel we first met in Rogue One. The season will feature time jumps like House of the Dragon, although cast members are not expected to change to account for these as the jumps will only be a year or so in length.
Specific plot points of the second season are currently being kept under wraps, but Gilroy told Rolling Stone: “The next four years are not about becoming a revolutionary. They’re about learning to be a leader and how difficult it is to put the alliance together and what happens to people who are the original gangsters versus the establishment and a lot of different other issues.”