Andor capped off an all-time nice storyline in episode 10 of its first season. Without giving an excessive amount of away, it could be fairly comprehensible to imagine that an episode that good may be the finale to an entire season of tv — particularly given how many seasons of TV finish at episode 10. However, to the good thing about everybody watching the present, episode 10 is not the tip of Andor season 1.
Instead, Andor’s first season will characteristic 12 episodes, that means that we’ve doubtless acquired one full story arc left after the conclusion of episode 10 — if the present’s construction up so far is any indication. The first season’s story has already taken Cassian all around the galaxy on numerous missions for the newly rising revolt, and given viewers key insights into how the Empire grew within the waning days of the Galactic Republic. And we’re more likely to go even deeper within the present’s upcoming second season.
Season 2, which has already been shot, will characteristic 12 episodes, similar to the primary. It can even conclude the sequence — even when it received’t deliver Cassian’s story to a detailed (since that’s Rogue One’s job). While there’s no official launch date but for Andor season 2, anticipate it to roll round someday subsequent 12 months.