Rogue One's Cassian Andor Getting His Own Live-Action TV Series

Jay Cochran - November 08, 2018
Disney announced today that Rogue One's Cassian Andor will be getting his own live-action TV series for Disney+, the Company’s new direct-to-consumer streaming service which is slated to debut in 2019. Diego Luna who played the role of Cassian in the Rogue One movie will be back to reprise the role for television. The series will be about formative years of the Rebellion and obviously take place before the events of Rogue One. The series will go into production next year.

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memocromatico - 2018-11-09 @ 4:00 pm

This is so cool! My favourite SW film getting expanded upon? I'm all in.

JayC - 2018-11-09 @ 1:35 pm

I loved Rogue One but thought Cassian was the weakest character in the movie in large part because the actor was so stale. I hope he shows more life in this series than he did in the movie.

Jake_Botts - 2018-11-09 @ 12:45 pm

I can only hope Cassian gets more character development, which would only add to RO

sXeblues - 2018-11-09 @ 5:44 am

Well, it sounds somewhat interesting... It kind of reminds me of that game project that never went anywhere, Star Wars: 1313. Only, I cam onlyhopethat the seedy underworld of rebel spies and the scum and villainy that lurks within the shadows, manages to capture the attention, and imaginations, of potential viewers, the way Fett mightve done.

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