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Star Wars fans have been eagerly waiting for the release of Season 2 of Andor. However, the latest update on its release may disappoint many. Tony Gilroy, the head writer and showrunner, confirmed that the second season would arrive on Disney+ in the Summer or Fall of 2024, following the conclusion of the first season in November 2022. He reiterated this goal at Star Wars Celebration 2023, mentioning that Season 2 would have a similar production timeframe as Season 1 and that the show was on schedule at the time.
Andor Season 2 Disappoints Fans with Release Update
Disney recently released a press statement that teased upcoming releases for 2024. However, the statement did not mention the second season of Star Wars: Andor. While this does not confirm that Andor Season 2 won’t be released next year, it does make a delayed 2025 premiere window more likely.
The fact that Marvel Studios’ Agatha: Darkhold Diaries was included in the list, with its release rumored to come in September 2024, makes the latter option more likely, even though that timeframe wasn’t made official.
Considering that Darkhold Diaries made it to the list while Andor Season 2 was left out, it appears more likely that the release of the hit Star Wars show has been delayed from its initial 2024 release window.
Star Wars has announced the release of five different live-action and animated shows in 2024. Among the live-action shows are The Acolyte and Skeleton Crew. On the animated side, The Bad Batch Season 3 and Tales of the Jedi Season 2 will be the center of attention.
Will Andor Come to Disney+ in 2024?
Andor is arguably the most successful Star Wars show on Disney+ in terms of critical acclaim. Delaying its release until after 2024 will only leave fans anxious for more action as Lucasfilm and Disney look to resume production. Unfortunately, the writers’ and actors’ strikes from the Summer 2023 heavily impacted Season 2’s production, with filming only partially completed. This is especially concerning considering Season 1 took more than a year to complete its own production.
Gilroy has already teased that Season 2 will be very different from its predecessor, covering four full years of action between the end of Season 1 and the events of Rogue One. The show’s stars have also revealed that various stories from Season 1 will start to cross paths in this follow-up effort, which only builds anticipation for how those adventures will be portrayed on screen.
Currently, there is no official release date for Andor Season 2 on Disney+.
Source: The Direct