Andor Star Diego Luna Shares a Heartfelt Note as Season 2 Production Finishes


  • Andor
    Season 2 has wrapped up filming, with Diego Luna expressing gratitude to the production team and bidding an emotional farewell.
  • The dedication to realism in
    sets it apart from other
    Star Wars
    entries, creating an immersive and relatable narrative.
  • The legacy of
    and its impact on the franchise and audience is undeniable, guaranteeing an engaging adventure for both longtime fans and newcomers.

Andor Season 2 has officially wrapped up filming. Diego Luna, the series’ leading man, took to social media to express his gratitude towards the production team and to bid an emotional farewell to this chapter of his career.

Luna’s heartfelt note (via Instagram) underscores the colossal effort behind the scenes, acknowledging the dedication of the entire production team who has brought the Andor series to life. Luna’s words go beyond mere personal sentiments, embodying a shared triumph that has profoundly impacted everyone connected to the project. Luna shared:

“Today is the last day of filming Andor. I could not be more thankful to the entire crew for this amazing experience and the years of hard work.

More than 700 people have worked on this production, and it is impossible to say goodbye and thank you to everyone individually, which is why I write here.
THANK YOU for the love and the wonderful experience

Related Star Wars: Andor: Every Season 1 Episode, Ranked Now an Emmy-nominee, here’s our ranking of Andor’s episodes in Season 1.

The acclaim that Andor has received can be attributed to the visionary approach of showrunner Tony Gilroy and his team. Opting for authentic locations over soundstages and favoring live extras over computer-generated imagery, Gilroy has crafted a series that stands out for its immersive realism. The dedication to realism in Andor distinguishes it from other Star Wars entries and enriches the narrative, making the distant galaxy feel more relatable.

Diego Luna Rises as Cassian Andor Transforming Star Wars Narratives

Diego Luna’s portrayal of Cassian Andor has been transformative for his career, catapulting him to new heights since his debut in Rogue One. Initially met with skepticism, the decision to expand Cassian’s story into a standalone series has been vindicated by the critical and fan acclaim. Andor delves into themes of capitalism, fascism, rebellion, and destiny with a depth and nuance that have elevated the series to the pinnacle of Star Wars storytelling, alongside Rogue One.

The narrative of Andor Season 2 continues to weave the intricate backstory of the Rebel Alliance’s formation against the Galactic Empire, focusing on Cassian Andor’s evolution from a thief to a revolutionary. The ensemble cast, featuring talents such as Kyle Soller, Adria Arjona, Stellan Skarsgård, and Fiona Shaw, enriches the series’ exploration of resistance and hope in the face of oppression.

Andor Season 2 has not been scheduled for release by Disney in 2024.

As Andor Season 2 wraps up without a confirmed release date for 2024, the anticipation among fans is sky-high. By expanding the Star Wars universe and offering a fresh take on galactic rebellion, the series provides insights from those at the heart of the conflict. As Luna bids farewell to the series, the legacy of Andor and its impact on both the franchise and its audience is unmistakable. This series has found its unique spot in the Star Wars epic, guaranteeing an adventure that consistently engages both longtime enthusiasts and newcomers.


Release Date September 21, 2022

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