“Andor” at Disney+: This Is What a “Star Wars” Series Should Look Like

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No lightsabers, no Jedi, no Darth Vader and most importantly no Baby Yoda. The new and fourth “Star Wars” series “Andor” does everything differently from its predecessors. It’s rough, dirty and that’s why it’s so good.

While the first three “Star Wars” series “The Mandalorian”, “The Book of Boba Fett” and “Obi-Wan Kenobi” were still highly polished mini versions of the theatrical films, Disney’s latest Star Warrior joke is in terms of subject and optics cut from a completely different canvas. “Andor” is rough, dirty, sassy and awkward – which is exactly why it’s a glimmer of hope in the slow-paced “Star Wars” franchise.

The titular character Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) is not a hero. Andor is a simple man, who is first and foremost concerned with his own advantage. Almost by accident, he stumbles upon what would go down in history as a rebel alliance in the “Star Wars” universe. Created by director and screenwriter Tony Gilroy, the series tells one of the prequels to the 2016 film “Rogue One”, which in turn explored the prehistory of George Lucas’ first “Star Wars” film from 1977.

A detailed review of “Andor” by Ronny Rüsch and Axel Max – now in a new episode of the ntv podcast “Oscars & Raspberry”. Also included: “Heroes of Probability” with Mads Mikkelsen, the drama miniseries “Santa Evita” and the documentary series “Light & Magic”.

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