Andor showrunner Tony Gilroy says there’s one way the series could return sooner than expected, but it hinges on a post-production change.
Andor Creator Tony Gilroy says the show could return sooner than previously expected, provided it receives proper post-production funding. prequel to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Andor The first season focused on Cassian Andor’s early days in the pre-rebellion days. While Cassian was the main focus of the series, Andor It also delved into the lives of other key Rebel players, including future Rebel leader Mon Mothma and resistance fighter Saw Gerrera. The show was a worldwide critical success, with Andor Getting an early renewal long before it debuted on Disney+.
although Andor The Season 1 finale hasn’t aired yet, and Gilroy has already begun discussing his plans for the show’s future. during an interview with collider Gilroy says the schedule for the second season will likely align with the show’s first, with Andor He is expected to return to screens in two years. However, he could envision a scenario where he would return sooner, but it would require a major change. Gilroy shares:
“If the past is propped up, and we do the same thing we did before, it’s on the same schedule. And it’s going to come out two years later. The only place you can speed up operations is in publishing, and the only way you can accelerate beyond is with money, and money is tight. So, I don’t really know, there has to be some serious motivation this coming May or June or something. Somebody has to say, “Wow, we really need this, and we’re willing to push X.” Rogue One proved, that if You throw money at it, you can post really fast. It’s very, very, very expensive.”
What do you expect from Andor season 2
despite Andor Season 1 pushed Cassian to join the rebellion, and it looks like the upcoming series finale will be the catalyst that will send him on his way to fully becoming involved in the cause. With Cassian spending most of the latter half of Season 1 in the terrifying Narkina 5 prison, he’s finally beginning to realize he can’t stand being on the sidelines under the Empire’s rule. With Gilroy already alluding to it Andor The second season will expand on Cassian’s character, and with the show gravitating towards the events that occur Rogue OneCassian will no doubt spend much of Season 2 as the Rebellion’s privileged agent.
However, viewers seem to have a long time to wait to see how this is done AndorThe story shows, especially if Gilroy’s two-year schedule is anything to go by. Gilroy’s comments about post-production financing are interesting, especially given the sheer size of the Disney estate, and it’s odd to think that money would play such a major role in getting a series out sooner if Disney wanted to. Regardless, with The Mandalorian Season 3 and live action Ahsoka A series heading to screens in 2023, it makes sense star Wars to post her offerings, even if it means an agonizing two-year wait for more Andor.
with Andor Audience levels began to drop further along with the rest of the live events star Wars It turns out, it looks like fans are finally starting to appreciate one of the franchise’s more risky endeavors. While Andor He was more mature than others star Wars projects, it could be said that it was a breath of fresh air the franchise had been craving. with Andor Season 1 wraps up with its finale this week, and viewers won’t be waiting long to see how the show handles Cassian’s first steps into the rebellion.
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