Most likely “Andor” will join soon list of TV products that have been discontinued — along with “Cobra Kai,” “Stranger Things,” “Yellowjackets,” “Daredevil: Born Again,” “Severance,” and “Abbott Elementary” — amid a WGA strike against the Union of Film Producers and Producers. television (AMPTP), the agency that represents studios and streamers. Without the presenter, who is not on set and is not currently contributing to casting decisions, further plowing would be highly questionable.
The reason this happened in the first place is because Disney and other studios have told showrunners they are “contracted under” to perform non-writing services during the strike. The WGA calls these needs “union-breaking tactics.” And during a meeting on Saturday (which Tony Gilroy offered in his statement), showrunners mentioned the inability to separate production and writing duties and noted that “no Is there any non-writing aspect to their work? Duration.
According to an analyst who spoke with New York Times. Season 2 of “Andor” has been filming since November 2022, which is expected to end production in August 2023. There is no word yet on how Gilroy’s decision will affect filming. part 2 of “Andor” and Estimated release date August 2024 was revealed at the 2023 Star Wars Celebration in London.