Marvel Studios have already confirmed the production of Loki’s 2nd season. After the successful hit of the Avengers: Endgame, Marvel had already plotted for Loki’s arrival on the scene. As what the previous Avengers movies have told, the God of Mischief took the tesseract, and the series tells the story of what happened after that.

However, Loki’s season 1 director, Kate Herron will be leaving the production. She elevated a favorite side character to the role of protagonist. Marvel fans got their first canonically bisexual character thanks to her. She also revealed the multiverse, maybe one of the biggest cliffhanger reveals since Avengers: Infinity War ended. In other words, Herron’s Loki was a massive character, even by Marvel’s high standards. She doesn’t rule out returning to Marvel in the future, but it won’t be for a while, and certainly not for Loki’s second season. It’s also evident that a second season for Loki is a bit of a surprise, and may not have been part of the original plan.

About Loki’s 2nd season

Here’s why Loki will receive a second season, despite the fact that other Marvel Cinematic Universe shows will not. The MCU is broadening its horizons in Phase Four by launching a whole slate of TV programs for Disney+. Marvel may experiment with different forms of storytelling in these series, while also allowing essential supporting characters the chance to have their own stories. Loki is more open-ended, ending on a cliffhanger with the timeline broken into a myriad of worlds and the possibility of a multiverse war looming. The Marvel movies will address some of the ramifications from Loki season 1, but the show has only scratched the surface. There are several plot lines that must be resolved, some of them include important Loki characters.

The cast members who will return for the second season have yet to be disclosed by Disney. But we may expect to see villain-turned-hero Loki and Sylvie, as well as Owen Wilson’s Mobius, Gugu Mbatha-Ravonna Raw’s Renslayer, and Wunmi Mosaku’s Hunter B-15, in the sequel. Majors may potentially reprise his role as He Who Remains/Kang the Conqueror, but his fate remains unknown considering his confirmed participation in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

The release date for Loki season 2 is unknown, although it is expected to follow Dr. Strange and the Multiverse of Madness in early 2022, which will deal directly with the jumbled history. Don’t forget to stay tuned to see what’s new! For the meantime, watch Loki ‘s 1st season on Disney+.

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