I watched the first 3 episodes of Andor back-to-back at a screening with hundreds of fans, influencers, community leaders, and other excitable, deeply invested Star Wars types.
When the Lucasfilm logo appeared on the screen they cheered, clapped, and whooped, swept up in the excitement of getting an early look at Disney's newest small-screen Star War—albeit on an IMAX screen so big I had to crane my neck to see anything happening near the top of it.
Related: Cult '90s Adventure The Dig Is A Sci-Fi Classic But what's telling about Andor is that, for the rest of the screening, there were no more cheers.
Not because the show wasn't cheer-worthy. Far from it. The audience was rapt, hanging on every scene, watching it with hushed reverence.Read more on thegamer.com