Andor capped off an all-time great storyline in episode 10 of the first season. Without giving too much away, it’s quite understandable to assume that a good episode can be the final episode of an entire TV season – especially given how many TV seasons end in episode 10. However, because for the benefit of everyone watching the show, episode 10 is not the end of Andor season 1.
Instead of, AndorThe first season of the show will have 12 episodes, which means we may be left with a portion of the full story after the end of episode 10 – if the show’s structure up to this point is any indication. The first season’s story took Cassian across the galaxy on various quests for the emerging uprising and gave viewers key insights into how the Empire evolved during the days of the Milky Way’s decline. river. And we’ll likely go even deeper in the upcoming second season of the show.
Season 2, which has already been shot, will have 12 episodes, just like the first. It will also end the series – even if it won’t end Cassian’s story (because it’s Rogue Oneof job). Although there is still no official release date for Andor Part 2, is expected to release sometime next year.