As the anticipation for Andor season 2 grows, star Diego Luna has offered an exciting update about the resumed production of the Disney+ show.
- “Andor” Season 1’s success makes Season 2 one of the most highly-anticipated upcoming “Star Wars” TV shows.
- Diego Luna has revealed that there are only 7 days of filming left for “Andor” Season 2, speeding up its potential release.
- The update from Diego Luna suggests that “Andor” Season 2 is still set for a 2025 release, aligning with previous speculation.
An update from Diego Luna surrounding Andor season 2 has only further heightened the anticipation for the Disney+ show’s return. Andor season 1 is largely considered one of the best-ranked Star Wars TV shows due to its incredible writing, outstanding performances, and gritty tone that caused it to be something entirely different from everything else in a galaxy far, far away. The positive reception of the series has meant that Andor season 2’s story is one of the most anticipated entries into Star Wars’ upcoming TV shows.
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In light of the eager wait for Andor season 2, star Diego Luna has provided an update on the show’s resumed production in an interview with Variety (via Andor News). When asked how much of Andor season 2 has left to shoot thanks to production shooting down as a result of the WGA/SAG-AFTRA strikes of 2023, Luna had this to say: “I have seven days… So, tomorrow I’m flying back to London and we’re finishing this!” This update is incredibly exciting as it means Andor season 2’s filming will be finished sooner rather than later, potentially speeding up when the highly-anticipated continuation will air on Disney+.
Andor Season 2 Is Still Set For A 2025 Release
With this update from Diego Luna, it seems as though Andor season 2’s prospected 2025 release date is still likely. Initially, Andor season 2 was supposed to be released in 2024. However, Lucasfilm confirmed its 2024 Star Wars release slate in December 2023 which did not include Andor, instead focusing on Skeleton Crew, The Acolyte, Star Wars: The Bad Batch season 3, and Tales of the Jedi season 2.
This led many to believe Andor had been pushed back to 2025, something that Luna’s update certainly supports. Usually, big-budget TV shows from franchises like Marvel or Star Wars tend to spend around eight to twelve months in post-production. Andor season 1 wrapped filming in September 2021, releasing a year later in September 2022. With that in mind, a January 2024 filming wrap for Andor season 2 means a 2025 release is more than likely given the already-stacked roster of Star Wars series releasing in the former year.
Source: Andor News