Cassian Andor Is Getting His Own Star Wars Streaming Series

Ruben Ruiz
November 11, 2018

During the company's earnings call Thursday, CEO Bob Iger said that the Disney+ service would hit the U.S. in "late 2019." .

Based upon the Star Wars standalone movie Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Disney has officially announced that a live-action prequel TV series will be developed for the Disney streaming service.

Disney is wasting no time with announcing shows for their streaming service that is slated to launch next year.

Diego Luna has signed on to reprise his Rogue One role in the new series.

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Stars Wars' Rogue One prequel is coming soon to Disney+. Thankfully, Disney has shared more details about the video streaming service during its latest quarterly earnings call. The as-yet-unnamed Star Wars spin-off will star Diego Luna, who is reprising his role from Rogue One.

He says users should also be able to access the cartoon Clone Wars, based on the Star Wars universe and a new television show spin off of Pixar's Monster's Inc.

Yes, Disney is about to make some new Star Wars content again. This direct-to-consumer over-the-top platform will deliver Disney content, which includes popular Disney films as well as its family friendly other titles like Star Wars, Marvel, and surely some of the new content from 21st Century Fox (like National Geographic). Set after the fall of the Empire and the emergence of the First Order, it follows a lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy far from the authority of the New Republic. The expected Netflix rival will launch in late 2019. "We have the luxury of programming this product with programs from those brands or derived from those brands, which obviously creates a demand and gives us the ability to not necessarily be in the volume game, but to be in the quality game", Iger said. Leave us a comment down below. But for fans of Star Wars especially, it looks like keeping up with the franchise is going to require a new subscription starting toward the end of 2019.

This announcement shows that despite Disney putting a hold, or canceling, many of their projects, they have not put a hold on everything.

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