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'Star Wars' spy thriller 'Andor' explores galaxy's murky underworld

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How to turn millions of dollars in decadent hollywoodish garbage..

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No one has seen it yet. So how many other times do you comment and literally not kkow what you're talking about?

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How to turn millions of dollars in decadent hollywoodish garbage..

Decadent Hollywoodish? LOL. Blanket statemenish garbage.

Production value and storylines have been great, especially the first season of the Mandalorian, done by the very talented Jon Favreau. Long live Grogu!

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I love Star Wars, but it is becoming a b it oversaturated, I think. Just a new Mandalorian series every year or two would be terrific.

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Hmm...I'll wait for reviews. I'm not sure who they are making these shows for anymore. It's like Disney is exploring all these deep niche areas and spin offs of Star Wars. Feels a bit like beating a dead horse, but I guess there are fans that want to go deeper. I tried watchin Obi Wan with my son. Neither of us could get past the first episode.

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It will be interesting to see if this show is actually about “Andor” rather than a side character introduced by Disney’s sexual political agenda as was done in “Kenobi.”

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I like Sci-fi. If it is well written, acted and has good production quality then sign me up. Just like a TV show that goes for 7 seasons, or 12, if the writers can continue to keep it interesting then there is no reason for a good story to end. If some get bored they stop watching. Others will stay tuned even if one or two episodes fall below expectations.

Star wars is a whole galaxy of stories, races and things going on, like Star Trek. The studio's may do it to make money, but for the fans it is about engaging viewing and enjoyment while watching different stories unfold.

Bring it on Disney, DC, Marvel and other shows like The Orville. I watch them all and enjoy most. Have done since getting into Sci-fi books as a child reading Andre Norton, Robert Heinlein, Issac Asimov and many many more. Now at the tail end of life I still get excited by good Sci-Fi stories. A lifetime of rollicking adventures and outrageous premises that take you all around the universe and home again. There is something for almost everyone.

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I watched Kenobi and have no idea what character you're talking about... The show was pretty good.

It will be interesting to see if this show is actually about “Andor” rather than a side character introduced by Disney’s sexual political agenda as was done in “Kenobi.”

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The Disney+ shows have been hit and miss for me. I enjoyed the Mandalorian (RIP Cara Dune - the character, not the actor), was so-so about The Book of Boba Fett - the best episodes were when it suddenly became Mandalorian - and didn't particularly enjoy Kenobi. Even the parts of Kenobi that took place in sets that were lit properly.

Hopefully Andor hits.

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fingers crossed

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Can we have a show about the old old republic when lightsabers didn't even exist? Tired of the tired timeline.

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Kenobi was okay. I liked the first two episodes, but it was a bit boring after that. I really preferred the villain, I’d have liked to have seen more of her and follow her story.

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