Andor 1×12 “Rix Road” comes full circle and establishes the show as the best Star Wars live action series to date.
Andor 1×11 “Daughter of Ferrix” is a study on how we process grief and the decisions we have to make for the greater good.
Andor 1×10 “One Way Out” continues to tell its story with a clarity of purpose that invites us to think — and feel.
Andor 1×09 “Nobody’s Listening” is a gut-wrenching and brilliant hour of television that deserves accolades — and awards.
Andor 1×08 “Narkina 5” is an episode about what it’s like to lose hope — and how even that looks different depending on your privilege.
Andor 1×06 “The Eye” ramps up the action, provides a turning point for Cassian’s journey and reinforces the Empire as a colonizing force.
Andor 1×05 “The Axe Forgets” is a setup episode, but in this show, even that means some great character-centric moments.
Andor 1×04 goes beyond Cassian and examines the fledgling Rebellion, while providing a contrast with more of the Empire’s bureaucrats.
Andor works hard to establish who its main character is and who he will become, as it examines the petty cruelty of the Empire.
Andor feels both like the best part of Star Wars, and something completely different from Star Wars. Somehow, it all works.
Andor has a new trailer — and release date, and we’re both super excited and sad that we have to wait even longer.
Star Wars’ new series Andor, starring Diego Luna, is coming to Disney+ next month. Here’s what we know about the show so far.