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In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, Diego Luna confirmed that the Disney+ Rogue One prequel series based on Cassian Andor will go into production this year. Luna first portrayed the character of Andor in the Rogue One movie, and now will hold the starring role for this new series along with Alan Tudyk as the droid K-2SO. The Andor series will be joining the likes of the successful Mondarlorian series which will see season 2 kick off in October. Also coming to Disney+ will be the final season of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series, which kicks off later this month on February 21, and the Ewan McGregor Obi-Wan Kenobi series, which had it's production pushed back until early next year as they rework some of the scripts.
Disney CEO today during an investor call revealed that the second season of the Disney+ Mandalorian series would premier in October 2020. He also hinted that at a possibility of other characters from the show being looked at, possibly for some type of spin-off. As of February 3 the subscription service has around 28.6 million paid subscribers.
The long-rumored Obi-Wan Kenobi project may now have new life as a limited series on Disney's soon to launch streaming service, Disney+. Following the last year's disappointing box-office performance of Solo, hopes for a spin-off film based around Obi-Wan seem to have faded, but, SrarWarsNewsNet.com reports Kenobi could, instead, join Cassian Andor and The Mandalorian, as a limited (6 episodes?) series on Disney+, a streaming service said to launch later this year. Of course, until announced by Disney, this should be considered a rumor, for now.