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The rebellion begins now on Disney+, where Star Wars: Andor is now available to stream in Canada.

Andor is a new series set five years before the events of Rogue One, following Cassian Andor and his journey from no-name thief to rebel spy during the early years of the Rebel Alliance. Diego Luna reprises his role of Cassian Andor and is joined by several familiar faces including Genevieve O'Reilly as Mon Mothma and Forest Whitaker as Saw Gerrera.

The series will consist of 12 episodes and debut with a three-episode premiere on September 21, followed by nine new episodes every Wednesday from September 28 to November 23.

Star Wars: Andor is available to stream for all Disney+ subscribers – sign up for Disney+ to start streaming, starting at just $11.99 per month.


Posted August 18: Stream She-Hulk: Attorney at Law on Disney+ in Canada

The newest MCU hero has landed at Disney+, where She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is now available to stream in Canada.

Originally released on August 18, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is a new miniseries set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe following Jennifer Walters, the cousin of Bruce Banner who gains the ability to transform into a green, superpowered 6-foot-7-inch hulk after an accident.

The series will consist of nine episodes and depict Walters' struggles balancing her legal career, personal life and newfound abilities. In addition, several cameos are slated to appear throughout the series, including Bruce Banner/Hulk, Wong, Emil Blonsky/Abomination and perhaps most notably – Matt Murdock/Daredevil.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is available to stream for all Disney+ subscribers, with new episodes every Thursday until October 13 – sign up for Disney+ to start streaming, starting at just $11.99 per month.

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    • Started watching this today, takes time for exposition but looks like they are building to an interesting heist.
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    • It blows my mind that people are saying this show is boring. The writing is incredible.
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    • At least this one has a greater budget and better story thus far (even if some consider it a slow burn) versus that dumpster fire She-Hulk.

      Not sure why some expect every Star Wars property to immediately be gunslinger action within the first 5min? Mindset of a 10yr old watching Saturday morning cartoons? I need substance.
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    • 24 ep for season 1, and confirmed for season 2. This will be quite epic.
      It's 12 episodes for season 1 and another 12 for season 2.
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    • 24 ep for season 1, and confirmed for season 2. This will be quite epic.
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    • I liked it a lot. Best thing is that the first three episodes did not feel at all like Star Wars - especially the sequel trilogy abortions. They felt steady, confident, well plotted, and had a measured, deliberate pace. They did not feel like a 9 year old playing with action figures in the bath tub. Actions and decisions have consequences again.

      I’m in for the ride.
      I'm with you. Enjoying how this is rolling out, and relieved it is not as poorly thought out as the ridiculous Book of Boba Fett. The show has done a great job depicting the realistic difficulties of forming a larger scale rebel alliance.
      I like the Bruce Wayne approach taken with Luthen Real, which most definitely got my Doctor Aphra senses tingling.
      Would be awesome to see Aphra as a student pulling some kind of scam on Real.
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    • Sometimes it seems like Disney is just a machine churning out stuff en masse and seeing what sticks. I feel like the MCU is just the same way now.
      Have to keep subscribers subscribed. But you also have to look at how many episodes total there is per year. US TV shows run about 24 episodes a season.
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    • oh man, I haven't started the show, but it sure has lowered my expectations. I can't even remember much of Rogue One so some of these characters might be lost on me.

      Sometimes it seems like Disney is just a machine churning out stuff en masse and seeing what sticks. I feel like the MCU is just the same way now.
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    • Finished Episode 4 and it's just as bad as the introductory 3 episodes they gave us last week. The only reason, I'm giving this show the benefit of the doubt is because of Tony Gilroy the showrunner. This first season has 12 episodes and runs until November 23.

      I'm an old school SW fan and even I'm losing patience with this show. STAR WARS is not suppose to be this much of a "slow burn". That is not their formula. Seriously!!!
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    • People forget some shows start off slow. A shining example is Breaking Bad, which was a treat for all of us who stayed with it. I have hope since I'm a fan of some of these actors, especially Diego Luna and Stellan Skarsgard. Other previous Star Wars shows were butchered with horrible acting, especially The Book of Boba Fett, so at least this time they got something right.

      The build up was slow, but episode 3 was awesome in my opinion. Looking forward to where they go from here.
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    • It was a slow start but by episode 3 I can see that it's building to a larger story arc.
      Glad they released all 3 episodes together or this show would fail if people only stuck around for the first 2 episodes. It was definitely a slow start.
      Regardless though, I give props to ILM for creating the tech to make the world/sets look believable.
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    • Each episode I watched at work, put me to sleep. I couldn't believe all the positive reviews this show was getting.
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    • To be honest, I'd rather see more Chirrut Imwe.
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    • I didn't find first episode that boring. But I have no idea what this show is even about. And I don't even remember this character from Rouge One, TBH.
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    • What the hell is this. Two episodes in and it's mind numbingly boring. Do I dare continue?
      First two episodes were really slow. It picks up in episode 3. I didn't like the first two but the third pulled me in.
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    • What the hell is this. Two episodes in and it's mind numbingly boring. Do I dare continue?
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    • It's sad because I did actually like "Rogue One".
      It's doubly sad because it's making me reevaluate Rogue One now! That was the credential that pulled me in (plus the good trailer), even though Andor himself wasn't a favourite character in the movie.

      I'm reminded that R1 didn't kick off in the most exciting fashion either, and only gelled once the action got going... which will keep me tuning in for now, in hopes the same happens here. I admit the repeat sentiments of "fell asleep" and "chore to watch" aren't helping, since I thought the same thing. :D
      This is why I'm always skeptical AF when I hear that twitter people say "early reviews are shining positive!"
      That would describe every Disney show and movie these days. :razz: At this point I'd be skeptical it was a real, authorized review if it wasn't glowing.
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    • Not impressed at all after just watching the first 3 episodes tonight. Two thumbs down! It's sad because I did actually like "Rogue One".
      This is why I'm always skeptical AF when I hear that twitter people say "early reviews are shining positive!"
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    • Watched the first episode and almost fell asleep. I will give them another chance tomorrow with the second episode.
      Same here! Almost fell asleep. I don't like when a show is sci-fi and futuristic, but starts with a scene in a bar that in most ways (like dialogue for instance) could easily take place in 2022 were it not for a hologram, costumes, hair. And not an interesting scene in a bar at that. Anyway, a pass for me I think.
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    • Yeah, first two EPs are a bore, especially after watching the trailer. And like someone else mentioned, there's a reason why Disney started off by releasing three EPs.

      Favourite characters so far: main female, old female, and the Swedish actor. The main bad guy reminds me of Kyle McLachlin.
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    • I liked it a lot. Best thing is that the first three episodes did not feel at all like Star Wars - especially the sequel trilogy abortions. They felt steady, confident, well plotted, and had a measured, deliberate pace. They did not feel like a 9 year old playing with action figures in the bath tub. Actions and decisions have consequences again.

      I’m in for the ride.
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    • Not impressed at all after just watching the first 3 episodes tonight. Two thumbs down! It's sad because I did actually like "Rogue One".
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    • Watched 1 episode, felt like a chore. Nothing made me want to see the next episode.
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    • Watched the first episode and almost fell asleep. I will give them another chance tomorrow with the second episode.
      Yeah, I watched an early review a few days ago, where she lamented being periodically bored through these episodes... and it was the same for me, except I was mostly bored! Had no qualms stopping mid-episode and picking up later, twice. No way they could have just released the first episode on its own today.
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    • Watched the first episode and almost fell asleep. I will give them another chance tomorrow with the second episode.
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    • Maybe it's just me but I ain't feelin' the first two episodes. Feels kinda flat and monotone so far. Maybe I'll enjoy this with less distraction. On the other hand, I randomly found this Cantonese dubbed clip. Luke Skywalker sounds an awful lot like Envy from the Cantonese dub of Fullmetal Alchemist. 🤣🤣🤣

      https://youtu.be/Ec5liSvLJHM
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    • Considering how bad Book of Boba and Obi Wan was, this is going to be an automatic pass. I will not even give it a chance lol
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    • I see headlines they'll bring Rogue One back to theatres to hype Andor or is it just reminding people the inherent narrative weakness of any kind of prequel
      Maybe they should've brought Star Wars 1977 back to theatres to hype Kenobi
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    • What's a good watch, if anyone is interested, is the documentary series on Industrial Light & Magic (ILM). Gives a good detailing of ILM and how they developed as a company and how they changed the entire film industry. All created because of George Lucas and Star Wars, and the creative geniuses at ILM. I highly recommend it.

      https://www.disneyplus.com/series/light ... tlwhtW6Z7E
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    • It does look pretty good. More low key, grittier, spying/intrigue and less over-the-top than regular Star Wars fare. The absence of Jedi is good, though it won’t last. Feels like regular people trying to survive in the Star Wars universe.

      Just a comment. The writing for Disney era Star Wars has ranged from quite good (Mandalorian) to dog shit (sequel trilogy). But they’ve yet to hit it out of the park. Just imagine what Star Wars could be with truly transcendent writing on the level of Sopranos, Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, Game of Thrones (sans S8), Peaky Blinders, Squid Game, and such. Just imagine.

      Addendum:
      A problem with Disney is that the choices they’ve made forces them to tell stories within a well established canonical framework of events. This very often forces them to retcon and reframe a narrative to fit the already established pieces together - very often this retconning makes things awkward/clunky or worse, just makes no bloody sense and degrades Star Wars as a whole. Had they gone with, say, the less established KOTOR era, they’d be more free to pick and choose their canon, drop those canonical handcuffs, and bring in that superb writing talent that’s out there to play in the Star Wars sandbox. I’d rather have a Bastila story than an Ahsoka story, but that’s just me.
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    • I wasn’t a fan of staggered release preferring to binge all eps as fast as I could but now I’ve come to appreciate the staggered release.


      Gives me something to look forward to weekly and helps space out my time vs sitting in front of the tv too long.

      Severance was awesome watching it staggered for example
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    • What do you think of the staggered releases of the episodes?

      Personally i hate staggered episode releases, have been watching season 2 of "Murders in the Building" and when it is finally all released will likely watch the entire series once more on a weekend just to get a better feel for it overall.

      I don't believe many others care however, but am curious to see if it is just me....
      I don't mind it as I grew up in a time of episodic network weekly episodes BEFORE streaming & binging was a thing. I like that fact we can discuss episodes either here on RFD or at the water cooler & analyze and pick apart episodes. Also builds up theories and discussion about the next coming episode. Yes it sucks you have to wait a week, but again, I grew up like that.
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    • So looking forward to this one, however will wait till all the episodes drop before i take the trek!

      What do you think of the staggered releases of the episodes?

      Personally i hate staggered episode releases, have been watching season 2 of "Murders in the Building" and when it is finally all released will likely watch the entire series once more on a weekend just to get a better feel for it overall.

      I don't believe many others care however, but am curious to see if it is just me....

      So i will wait for ANDOR to drop all it's episodes to better enjoy.....
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