‘Andor’: How to Stream the ‘Star Wars’ Prequel Series on Disney+

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A new era begins with Andorthat Rogue one prequel series now streaming he Disney+. The three-episode premiere arrived Wednesday (September 21).

Diego Luna stars as Andor in the 12-episode series Star wars franchise which follows Cassian Andors journey as a rebel hero. Stellan SkarsgĂ„rd, Genevive O’Reilly, Alex Ferns, Kyle Soller, Adria Arjona and Denise Gough are among the cast.

Read on for details on how to watch Andor and other Disney+ exclusives for free.

That’s how you see Andor on Disney+

Andor streams exclusively on Disney+, at no additional cost to subscribers. For those who haven’t signed up for Disney+, monthly subscriptions start at $7.99.

You don’t get a free trial with Disney+, but you can save on your bill by signing up for an annual plan for $79.99. The monthly plan is another money-saving option simply because you’re not tied to a contract and can cancel at any time. You may also be able to get a free subscription to Disney+ or that Disney+ bundle via Verizon or American Express.

Disney+ subscribers will be able to indulge in an ever-expanding streaming library that includes shows in stunning 4K, in addition to downloading titles to watch offline. Stream Disney+ on your TV, laptop, smartphone, notebook or tablet device on up to four different devices simultaneously.

Disney+ is the premier streaming destination for commercial-free, must-see content from Disney, Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar and National Geographic.

Other exclusive shows and movies streaming on Disney+: Dancing with the stars, She-Hulk, Light years, Pinocchio, The proud family: Louder and prouder, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, Hawkeye, Light and magic, WandaVision, The Mandalorian, Loki, I’m Groot, The book about Boba Fett, The Beatles: Come Back and BTS: Permission to dance on stage LA.


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