Andor does not feel like a Star Wars story, but it's a good thing.

The Star Wars universe just keeps expanding and expanding with each passing day

with the Skywalker story done, it's time to start creating new stories for Star Wars. Star Wars movies and TV series.

And with Andor's Andor release date nearing It's worth noting that the sci-fi show does not feel as a typical Star Wars story at all and that's a great thing. 

Andor is starring Diego Luna, who reprises his role as Cassian Andor from the science fiction film Rogue One.

We travel back to the past to discover the way Andor was entangled in the fight for freedom across 12 episodes on Disney's streaming platform Disney Plus.

The thing that Star Wars: Andor offers is something new and exciting that will appeal to those who love the Star Wars franchise and its the new Star Wars characters and leaves the Jedi and the Sith behind.

The Digital Fix spoke to the most recent stars from The Star Wars cast, from Adria Arjona and Genevieve O'Reilly to Kyle Soller and Denise Gough, as well as director and writer Tony Gilroy. 

What they have to say about the way this series stands out in a galaxy away