Following the success of The Mandalorian, Star Wars fans are already excited for future stories to be told through Disney+. One of the anticipated shows to arrive on the streaming platform is the Rogue One prequel series and it looks like its already got a release date.
According to a recent report from Variety, the show could actually arrive next year. "And multiple sources tell Variety that it would be safe to assume that the Rogue One prequel series centered on Diego Luna's Cassian Andor will premiere on the streamer in 2021," the outlet wrote.
There's little information revealed about the show and Diego Luna admits that he's not allowed to talk about it yet. He even finds this as a "great" thing, too, since he hasn't started filming for it yet. Nevertheless, he's just "happy" to be a part of the Star Wars universe and thinks that "it's gonna be great."
Aside from Luna, Alan Tudyk will also be returning as K-2SO. He admitted in a previous interview that he was excited to return after seeing The Mandalorian and seeing "how much fun it is" to be able to go into "smaller stories."
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The untitled Rogue One spinoff series will reportedly be released around 2021, while Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 1 is available to stream on Disney+.
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