According to Star Wars: Andor star Adria Arjona, it seems that the story of Bix Caleen is not yet over. The star promises that the salvager from Ferrix has an arc this season of the Andor series, and even if her arc isn’t a happy one, it will likely be a little more satisfying than what we have seen so far. Adria Arjona’s character, created for the show, seemed to have some sparks with Diego Luna’s Cassian Andor when they first met each other, but things didn’t go as fans expected. When her partner Timm Karlo sold Andor out to the Preox-Morlana security forces, she tried helping him, but was beaten and handcuffed, and had to see her partner Karlo killed for trying to help her.
Bix Caleen was found and presumably saved by Salman Paak and his son Wilmon, which gives Caleen a happier ending (at least so far) than what the original Rogue One characters got. But her fate isn’t exactly a high bar.
When asked about Bix Caleen’s fate, Adria Arjona answered, "You're going to have to keep watching!" She then added a more serious answer, "Bix has a true journey on this show, and she's gone through so much. They killed Karlo right in front of her, she's been betrayed by this person she trusted, the person she did this for is no longer there, she's injured, and she can almost sense what is about to come next."
Previously, Star Wars: Andor’s Diego Luna was interviewed by ComicBook.com during the Star Wars Celebration, and revealed to the fans that after watching Andor, you won’t believe that Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was possible.
"The only thing I can say is you're going to see where he was five years before Rogue One, and you're not going to believe Rogue One was possible," Luna said during the interview. "That's the idea, to see a transformation and an awakening. I can't tell you how that will be represented, you'll have to wait until the 31st of August. But it is about that, and it's about how much we're all capable of changing and transforming, and that's the beauty of storytelling. Not many times you start knowing the end, here you know what happens. It's not about, like, 'Oh this happened!' No, no, it's how it happened that matters. It's about the little details and what's in between lines and every layer of the character. Even though we are on a very epic kind of show and a huge spy adventure show, we're going to have time for intimacy. You're going to go deep into the character and the people around him. It's going to be interesting, I think, and it's going to be dark and fun and different from what you see out there now."
Star Wars: Andor premiered its first three episodes on Disney+ this month, and it will follow the events that happened before Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The Andor series has already been confirmed to have a second season, and the story will end just before the events of Rogue One.
Star Wars: Andor is currently streaming on Disney+ with new episodes releasing weekly.