According to a new report from Parrot Analytics, “Andor” is far behind in viewer demand than all of its Disney+ “Star Wars” predecessors to date. In the age of streaming, measuring viewership is a bit more complicated than network TV live viewership because there are more variables. Actual viewership demographics and streaming numbers are usually only announced at the service’s discretion, so exactly how many people are watching “Andor” is currently completely unclear.
In terms of “demand” metric, taking into account online participation and discussion, it falls far short of “Obi-Wan Kenobi”, nor does it make a lasting impression against “Andor”. Industry jargon aside, “Andor” is essentially fighting to make a bigger impact outside of its own niche and for a show that seems to fulfill a lot of the public’s desires. for the “Star Wars” franchise, it’s a rather strange phenomenon.
However, there are many factors that can lead to “Andor” not making a big enough impression. As the fourth live-action series of “Star Wars” on Disney+, “Andor” unfortunately finds itself in an awkward position. Despite their mutual favorites, “The Mandalorian”, “The Book of Boba Fett” and “Obi-Wan Kenobi” all have similar flaws – from them being too reliant on cameos and successors. redundant, as well as repetitive images and stories. Chances are, especially in the post-“Rise of Skywalker” world, we’ve hit a grueling “Star Wars” era. If you’ve been disappointed by a previous “Star Wars” show over and over again, it’s hard to warrant a fourth try.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1061921/andor-is-the-best-live-action-star-wars-show-so-why-the-heck-arent-people-watching/ Andor Is The Best Star Wars Live-Action Show, So Why Isn’t The Heck Seen By Everyone?