Andor (season 1)

{5/5} “We’ve grown reliant on Imperial tech and we’ve made ourselves vulnerable. There’s a growing list of things we’ve known and forgotten, things they’ve pushed us to forget. Things like freedom.”

Andor season 1, aired in 2022

Cassian Andor kills 2 guards who are harassing him, and is worried people will be asking questions. A zealous officer is on his trail, and a friend of a friend has turned him in. He’s been hanging on to a valuable Imperial item, and now he wants to sell it so he can get away and lay low. He’s just about to sell it to a mysterious man when the officers close in, but the man isn’t just interested in the item — he’s interested in Cassian himself.

This Star Wars show takes place before the movie Rogue One.

It’s about what you are willing to sacrifice for the cause you believe in. It goes more in depth about what it’s like to be a rebel, and what it’s like to be a cog in a huge bureaucracy.

It has fine acting, beautiful visuals, and a serious story.

There’s a post-credits scene after the last episode.

Mon Mothma is once again played by Genevieve O’Reilly, and Saw Gerrera is played by Forest Whitaker. Andy Serkis guest stars in a couple of episodes.

Stars Diego Luna, Stellan SkarsgÄrd, and Fiona Shaw.

Created by Tony Gilroy (The Bourne Legacy).

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