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Earlier this week a Reddit user by the name of Main_Imagination_214 shared an image of Maarva Andor as a hologram taken from Andor’s season finale next week, as well as detailed a scene we saw this week in episode eleven. The user has clearly seen the next and final episode of the season early, likely because some members of the press received screeners for the finale earlier this week. The user took to Reddit once again to detail a post-credit tacked on to next week’s episode, something they teased earlier this week.
The Reddit user wrote, “The scene begins with a close-up of a droid assembling the star shaped pieces [what the Narkina 5 prisoners worked on] on a large platform. The camera pans out, and we see so many of these droids assembling so many of those pieces. The camera moves further away and we see a skeleton of an immense building floating in space. The camera moves further away; it’s the Death Star, still under construction, but already frightening.”
I was told of this post-credit scene previously, as well as other events in the final episode of the season, and can confirm that the Reddit user’s claim is accurate. The reveal of the Death Star shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise given how close Andor will get to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story next season and that a report earlier in the year from MakingStarWars claimed prisoners were working on parts for the Death Star.
The Andor season finale airs on November 23rd exclusively on Disney+, while the first two episodes of the series will air on various Disney owned networks stateside the same day. The second and final season of Andor is also set to begin production at Pinewood Studios in London next week.
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