AndorThe world is changing. Star Wars storytelling on its head. 

It Rogue One prequel series starring Diego Luna, premiering August 31 on Disney+, is prepared for enough time jumping to make even the most seasoned stormtrooper dizzy.

Based on EmpireThis is the confirmed first season and second seasons. Andor will span a total of five years—the first of which will be depicted during the show’s first season, while the second season will cover the other four. Each season has 12 episodes.

AndorBoth creator and showrunner Tony GilroyIt was a feat of planning and structure.

Gilroy explained that “the show has a huge scale.” Gilroy stated that directors are divided into blocks, each consisting of three episodes. We therefore did four blocks. [in season one]Three episodes per episode

Gilroy stated that the filming of the first season provided them with interesting insights about the second season.

“We looked and said, ‘Wow, it’d be really interesting if we come back, and we use each block to represent a year. He said that each block would bring us closer to the year. It’s exciting from a narrative perspective to be able work on something that you can do Friday, Saturday, Sunday and then jump one year.

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