Star Wars: Andor

In an era filled with danger, deception and intrigue, Cassian Andor will discover the difference he can make in the struggle against the tyrannical Galactic Empire. He embarks on a path that is destined to turn him into a rebel hero.


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Event Episode Description
Sep 21 1. Kassa Cassian Andor’s reckless search for answers about his past makes him a wanted man.
  2. That Would Be Me Cassian attempts to lay low on Ferrix as agents of the law close in.
  3. Reckoning Cassian’s desperation to avoid arrest leads him to a mysterious man with unknown connections.
Sep 28 4. Aldhani Out of options, Cassian is recruited for a dangerous mission to infiltrate an Imperial garrison.
Oct 5 5. The Axe Forgets  
Oct 12 6. The Eye  
Oct 19 7. Announcement The fallout from the Aldhani heist is swift and seismic, shaking the Imperial Security Bureau on Coruscant into action, and prompting more intrigue for Senator Mon Mothma. Meanwhile, Cassian Andor returns home to find a much changed Ferrix.
Oct 26 8. Narkina 5 While lying low, Cassian is swept up in an Imperial crackdown with little more than a false identity as protection. The Empire are unaware of his true past, but send him to toil in a high security prison. Meanwhile, the Imperial Security Bureau continues to piece together intelligence on acts of sedition.
Nov 2 Episode 9  
Nov 9 Episode 10  
Nov 16 Episode 11  
Nov 23 Episode 12  

Where does Andor fit in?

The Andor series is about the politics, espionage, and heroes of the early formative days of the Rebellion against the Empire. It takes place about five years before Rogue One, which itself takes place immediately before the original Star Wars (Episode IV: A New Hope).

For lots of context, see my compiled timeline, or watch this brief summary of the relevant timeline (YouTube).

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