A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
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Positive Role Models
Andor ultimately fights for what's right, but he doesn't always go about it the right way. Though he's a thief and a scammer with a bad reputation, his heart is in the right place.
Mexican actor Luna plays the lead role. A number of people of color in supporting roles. An LGBTQ+ relationship is depicted.
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Violence & Scariness
Fantasy violence includes guns, hand-to-hand combat. A character is shot point-blank in the head; no gore is shown.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Scenes are set in a brothel, and sex workers dance (no nudity). Longing looks, hand-holding, talk of love.
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Products & Purchases
Lots of merchandise to buy based on the Star Wars universe.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Characters drink in a bar.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Star Wars: Andor is a prequel series to the film Rogue One. The show focuses on a thief (Diego Luna) who starts working for the Rebels, and it's more mature than other Star Wars movies and shows. Some scenes are set in a brothel, where sex workers dance in the background (no nudity). Characters drink in a bar, and the sci-fi fantasy violence is amped up to include frequent use of guns; one character is shot point-blank in the head. There's also some hand-to-hand fighting and combat.
Is It Any Good?
This decidedly mature series takes a slow and methodical approach to its story, which may please some fans more than others. Andor himself is a complicated character, played with some restraint by Luna, but he gains sympathy through flashbacks to his childhood. It's clear that he's more than your average scammer, though he's very close to running out of favors from his usual compatriots. Families looking for a fast-paced, rip-roaring adventure won't find it here, but instead something new for the Star Wars universe.
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