I think you might see more of the week to week stuff instead of less. Streaming services have noted that when something big drops there's a group who will subscribe for a month and then drop out until the next big drop. Whereas those who opt in to see a big drop tend to hang around at least until the last of what they came to see has dropped.Next week we're going back to one episode a week (because the people who run Disney+ don't know the difference between a streaming service and broadcast television), so I might just wait until the rest of the season releases to binge all of it together. The first three episodes meshed nicely, and I'm not sure any of the upcoming episodes will buck the trend of each being less than enough - they're too short for me to bother tuning in week after week, I'd rather wait it out and eat the full course later.
Did it bother you that most of the people in Ferrix had British or Irish accents? Or that even the Corpos spoke Oxford English?it has a British sensibility - from the junk yard vibe to the brit actors to the underlying sense of decay
Based onRogue One: A Star Wars Story, we know that Cassian has “been in this fight since [he] was six years old,” and expanded universe novels and tie-ins have established that he was a member of an insurrectionist cell backed by the Confederacy of Independent Systems (the official name of the Separatists) as a child. By indicating the existence of Separatists and the Republic in these flashbacks, Andor confirms that Cassian left his home planet during the Clone Wars.
Even though his insurrectionist cell was backed by Separatists and he fought in the Outer Rim against the Republic, it’s not clear as of yet whether he ever pledged full allegiance to the Separatist cause. Given that he eventually joins the Rebellion against the Empire, what we know so far about his character, and that he was a literal child at the time, it seems like he wasn’t so much into the politics of the fight as much as he was interested in standing up for the people forgotten by both the Republic and Separatists.
Along with returning Rogue One characters Cassian, Republic senator Mon Mothma (Genevieve O'Reilly), and Clone Wars veteran Saw Gerrera (Forest Whitaker), Andor introduces a new cast of characters that includes Bix Caleen (Adria Arjona), Luthen Rael (Stellan Skarsgård), Maarva (Fiona Shaw), droid B2EMO (Dave Chapman), and Imperials Syril Karn (Kyle Soller) and Dedra Meero (Denise Gough).
"I always start with too many characters and wind up whittling them down. This time I don't have to," showrunner and series creator Tony Gilroy, who co-wrote Rogue One and directed its reshoots, told NME. "We have 25-30 characters that [are central to the plot] and we have 190 speaking parts in the show."
The grimy and gritty spy thriller takes place all across the Star Wars galaxy — from the far reaches of the Outer Rim to the heart of the Republic on Coruscant — with allies and enemies alike weaving in and out of a narrative taking a deep dive into these five formative years of Cassian's life.
"We're going to start with one thriller by having the Cassian Andor story go all the way through this. But as he impacts other people all around him, and as other people get involved, we spread out and go wide with the story," Gilroy explained in a press brief. "We're carrying a lot of characters, and as they spin out, they all have their own thrillers. I'm really pleased with the fact we could keep so much combustion, and so much kinetic tension, and so much adrenaline in all of our subplots."
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