According to Disney, the second season of Loki will premiere on Disney+ on October 6.
Tom Hiddleston, who plays the main character, will be accompanied by Ravonna Renslayer, played by Gugu Mbatha-Raw, and Mobius M. Mobius, played by Owen Wilson. The creator of Loki, Michael Waldron, has teased that Season 2 will build on the events of Season 1 while continuing to disclose more about the God of Mischief. It looks like Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead will be in charge of most of the season. Moon Knight, another Disney+ MCU series, was the pair’s previous endeavor.
In September of last year, we received our first look at Loki Season 2 at D23 2022. The footage shown to the audience showed Loki returning to the TVA offices after Season 1 finished.
Loki’s first season was critical for the MCU as a whole. The show quickly became the most popular on Disney+, and it featured Kang the Conqueror, the adversary of the Multiverse Saga.
We called Loki’s first season “wonderful and exhilaratingly important,” and in our review, we said, “Loki’s six episodes make up for an uneven first half to make a great and exhilaratingly important season of TV.” In our ranking of all the Phase 4 MCU movies and TV shows, this show came in third.
The company also said that Echo Season 1 will premiere in November, making it the first MCU show to release its complete season at once. For further information, see the release dates for the next Marvel films and television shows.