Andor Episode 11 Release Date & Time On Disney+

andor episode 11 release date

As of today, the first three episodes of the newest live-action Star Wars series, titled Star Wars: Andor, are now available to watch on Disney Plus. This newest Star Wars series acts as a precursor to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and Diego Luna will be playing the part of Cassian Andor once again.

The Star Wars: Andor video game can currently be streamed online. Take a look at the information that follows to find out why Andor is just what Star Wars requires, and if you’re curious about what it’s about or how you can watch it for yourself.

Star Wars: Andor Episode 11 Release Date

Disney Plus is the only streaming service that currently offers the first nine episodes of the Star Wars: Andor series. On Wednesday, November 16, you’ll be able to see the eleventh and last episode. The subsequent episodes will be made available for download every Wednesday up until November 23.

The release schedule for the Star Wars: Andor episodes
The first season of Andor will consist of 12 episodes, much like the second season will. The official runtimes for each episode range somewhere between 38 and 50 minutes. The following is the schedule for the release:

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  • Episode 1 (September 21)
  • Episode 2 (September 21)
  • Episode 3 (September 21)
  • Episode 4 (September 28)
  • Episode 5 (October 5)
  • Episode 6 (October 12)
  • Episode 7 (October 19)
  • Episode 8 (October 26)
  • Episode 9 (November 2)
  • Episode 10 (November 9)
  • Episode 11 (November 16)
  • Episode 12 (November 23)

What’s Star Wars: Andor About?

The television series Star Wars: Andor is a prequel to the movie Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and takes place five years before the attack on the Empire in the Star Wars universe. The following is the official plot summary from Disney:

What's Star Wars: Andor About?

“The Andor series will investigate a new angle on the Star Wars universe by concentrating on Cassian Andor’s quest to figure out how much of a difference he can make for himself and the galaxy. \

The story of the growing uprising against the Empire and how people and worlds became engaged is told throughout the series. Cassian Andor will start down the road that will lead him to become a legendary figure in the resistance during a time period that is fraught with peril, treachery, and intrigue.”

Star Wars: Andor Cast

Star Wars: Andor is developed by Rogue One co-writer Tony Gilroy. It stars the following actors:

  • Diego Luna as Cassian Andor
  • Genevieve O’Reilly as Mon Mothma
  • Stellan Skarsgård as Luthen Rael
  • Adria Arjona as Bix Caleen
  • Kyle Soller as Syril
  • Denise Gough as Dedra Meero
  • Fiona Shaw as Maarva

What Happened In Episode 10

This week’s program features the actual jail break, and it is quite gratifying to watch the inmates experience freedom for the first time in their lives. The tragedy that befalls Kino Loy has a negative impact on the reputation of the company. He admits that he is unable to swim, and he chooses to remain in the cell while the others escape.

At this time, we do not have any information regarding the results of Kino’s choice. Do the guards manage to apprehend him? Perhaps they will find him again and put him to death by torturing him. Or did Dr. Gorst employ his torture apparatus on Kino in order to coerce information out of her concerning the escape?

Andor and Melshi are seen in Narkina 5 standing in a desolate landscape as they discuss the events that followed their escape. Due to the fact that they will appear in Rogue One at a later time, we are aware that they will successfully leave Narkina 5. Will episode 11 provide any information on their whereabouts? Hopefully!

Andor and Melshi make their way to a region characterized by the presence of three moons. Do you think it’s feasible they’ve landed on Naboo? In earlier Star Wars works, Naboo was depicted as having three moons.

That’s it for Season 1; Andor and Melshi arrive on Naboo, join forces with Jar Jar Binks, and then leave. Is this a reasonable hypothesis? Maybe!

More information is required about Loony’s future plans and role in the uprising, and this applies to both Luthen and Loony. Will Luthen take his resignation at some point? No, I don’t think so.

Dedra Meero will return to Steergard to investigate the Imperial technology further. Orson Krennic will probably make his debut in Episode 11.

What Happened In Episode 10

The second season of Star Trek: The Next Generation should focus heavily on Orson Krennic. It should be interesting to see how Rogue One’s main enemy figures into the story thus far.

A second prospective theft is also alluded to in the trailer. It is still the case that the ISB is holding Kreegyr’s pilot hostage. To get him back, Luthen Rael and Saw Garrera are going to pull off a robbery.

And, undoubtedly, there will be many battles in outer space. The trailer teases the use of a spaceship-lightsaber hybrid, which promises to be a cool sight to behold.

Meanwhile, it’s safe to assume that the populace of Ferrix will be in open revolt against the Imperial government. Once Andor returns to Ferrix, he’ll learn that Meero has murdered his mother, Maarva. It’ll put the final nail in the coffin for the thief’s pride. From that point forth, Andor will develop into a full-scale uprising.

To be clear, these are just conjectures. They could be true, but there’s no guarantee.

If you have been watching the series, this episode is easily among the greatest you have seen. The diplomatic preamble was followed by witty back-and-forths and a flawless prison break.

Final Words

On Wednesday, November 16, at 3 a.m. Eastern Time and 12 a.m. Pacific Time, the eleventh episode of Andor will make its debut on Disney+.

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Myself Sujay Patil, I aim to cover the latest trends in the entertainment industry with my own unique perspective thrown in for a good measure. I love dogs and reading about topics ranging from sports to science and technology. I am final year Engineering student.

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