Marvel Fans we’ve got great news! Loki Season 2 is set to commence production by early 2022. Furthermore, there’s a possibility that Loki won’t end in season 2 but will have more future seasons.
Speaking with IndieWire in April 2021, executive producer Nate Moore revealed that Loki is a project that will continue for “multiple” seasons.
“I think there’s a lot of storytelling in Loki that’s really irreverent and clever and cool, but also lends itself to multiple seasons in a way where it’s not a one-off,” he explained. “Tom Hiddleston, I think, is doing some of his best work on that show.”
He added, “It really is kind of amazing. I think of all the great stuff he’s done, but this show is going to show such different sides and really the true scope of his range. I think that show is going to surprise a lot of people.”
Loki Season 2 Release Date: When is it?
As of now, there is no official release date for the second season of Loki but the set of new episodes will arrive at Disney+.
According to reports, production will kick off by January 2022 and we’d expect the second season to hit our screen by the end of 2022 or early 2023.
The Cast of Loki Season 2: Who’s in it?
The show makers are yet to confirm the official cast of the upcoming season but we’d expect the major cast to return in the upcoming season including Tom Hiddleston (as Loki/The God of Mischief), Gugu Mbatha-Raw (as Ravonna Renslayer), Wunmi Mosaku (as Hunter B-15), Tara Strong (as the voice of Miss Minutes), Owen Wilson (as Mobius M Mobius), and Sophia Di Martino (as Sylvie).
Loki Season 2 Plot: What to Expect?
The first season of Loki finished with Sylvie massacring He Who Remains, a variant of forthcoming MCU antagonist Kang the Conqueror and stirred up the timeline entrapping Loki in some kind of another dimension where his misuse of the TVA never took place, we’re not sure if Sylvie targeted Loki to send him there or if it’s an indication that the cosmos are getting out of hand.
Also, the huge Kang sculpture in the TVA headquarters might suggest that maybe a haughty variant of the time-traveller is behind this interference.
Things have been left too vague for Judge Ravonna Renslayer, who departed from the TVA headquarters through a TemPad gate in a pursuit to seek free will.
Hiddleston, via Empire Magazine, said that “I don’t think he will stop searching [for Sylvie] now, he feels that this is something he has done, a mistake that he has made, and he’s invested in setting it right.”
Kate Herron, who helmed the first season of Loki has departed from the show but she’s just as curious where the story will be headed next, talking about the show’s renewal with Collider.
“I would say the decision for that came from Marvel and Disney, and I thought it was just the highest compliment to everyone’s work on the show,” she explained. “They were just excited by the stories and by the amazing work that the writers and the actors were doing.”
She continued, “And I thought that was so cool because there are so many unanswered questions. It’s like, where did Renslayer go? What are B-15’s memories? Who is she? And also beyond that, where the hell is Loki?”
Herron further added: “Yeah, I think there are definitely more roads to travel. And as everyone knows, in the comics, even within six hours, we scratched the surface of who Loki is, so I think there’s so much more to be explored.”
Doctors Strange: Multiverse of Madness Might Shape the Storyline for Loki Season 2
In an interview with TheWrap, the head writer of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Loki Season 1 Michael Waldron stated that despite the absence of God of Mischief appearances in the Doctor Strange’s sequel he constantly kept the series in mind when jotting the May’s mega hit sequel:
“Fortunately, I was the ‘Loki’ guy, which helped. I was like, okay, the very least I can make sure I’m not screwing over ‘Loki.'”
Waldron proceeded, expanding that it “remains to be seen” the wizard’s sequel affected Loki and the Time Variance Authority but hinted we will “find out” ultimately:
“That’s the gift I can give myself is make these things congruous. It remains to be seen – how did the events of this movie play out through the lens of the TVA? What would they look like on a chronomonitor? I don’t know. We’ll have to find out.”
He continued, “It wasn’t a seismic change. For us, it just meant that Strange had more of an awareness of the Multiverse, and that he had been on a prior adventure with teenagers. He knew how to relate to America a little bit better than he would have if our movie had come first. They got to do the ‘Scooby-Doo this s–t’ jokes and I didn’t, but that was that was okay.”
The official trailer for the second season of Loki is not out yet.