The second season of ‘Loki’ will see Tom Hiddleston continue his role as the God of Mischief Loki. Marvel CEO Kevin Feige made the announcement during an event.
Marvel fans may have received one of the year’s most anticipated announcements. The series, which revolves around Loki’s time travel and is led by actor Tom Hiddleston, will continue sooner now that the date of the worldwide launch has been revealed. Surprisingly, the return of the God of Mischief was hinted at in a post-credit sequence in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
According to Variety, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige announced official release dates for the sequel at the Disney upfront presentation, where he also unveiled first-look footage for the forthcoming season. The show will premiere on October 6, 2018, marking the studio’s first-ever second season. Weekly new episodes will be released.
The upcoming show will continue Loki’s chronology from Season 1. The series will also star Owen Wilson and Sophia DiMartino in addition to Tom Hiddleston. Ke Huy Quan, the star of Everything Everywhere All At Once, will also make an appearance. In the second season, Loki reveals the villain’s face behind a wall, revealing what happened with He Who Remains in the season one conclusion.
The sequel is written by Eric Martin, and it is directed by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead.
After announcing 11 titles in 2021 and 2022, Marvel is slowing down its OTT pace, according to the release. Marvel had originally planned to release five live-action episodes this year. In addition to Loki season 2, Echo and Samuel L Jackson’s series Secret Invasion will debut on June 21. Ironheart, a Black Panther: Wakanda Forever spinoff, and Agatha: Coven of Chaos, a Wanda Vision spinoff, are both set to debut in 2024.