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Loki Season 2 Will Return: What We Know About The New Season?

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The second season of Loki is now official. Marvel Studios has confirmed a second installment in the tale of Loki, but you might be wondering when that will arrive.

It might happen sooner than you think, or it could be years away. The president of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige, recently confirmed that season 2 would begin production at some point in 2022. You’ll have to scroll down for the full story.

Aside from that, what else do we know about the second season of Loki? There were a lot of story strands left unresolved after the first season’s finale, including how it would affect other parts of the MCU. The cast and crew of the series have also provided some scoop on the following season, although things get murky from there.

Despite the fact that there hasn’t been an official announcement, we’ve got all the information you need about Loki season 2, including when it will premiere and who has already been cast. Spoilers for the first season of Loki and some future Marvel stories are below; proceed with caution.

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Loki Season 2 Release Date Details:

Filming for Season 2 of “Loki” will begin in January 2022, according to a Production Weekly November 2020 story. Under the working title ‘Architect,’ filming is also believed to be taking place.

Of course, the specifics may have altered since that first listing. According to comments made by Kevin Feige during a Collider interview, we won’t see the cameras rolling for season 2 until 2023.

After floating the possibility of a second season for Loki, Marvel Studios’ president Kevin Feige said, “The previous incumbent, Kate Herron, will not be returning. filming may begin as early as right now. ”

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“I’m not being evasive,” Feige said. “I’m not sure where it fits between the years ahead and those following it.”

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We had assumed that the second season would start filming sooner rather than later, given that it will undoubtedly continue to explore the multiversal plot strands introduced in Season 1. However, based on Feige’s comments, this may not be the case.

Despite the fact that Herron will not return as showrunner, Loki head writer Michael Waldron will reprise his role for season 2. So, if nothing else, there will be some continuity between both seasons.

Loki Season 2 Cast Details:

There has been no indication regarding who will return, but we may make educated guesses based on the series’ conclusion in season 1:

  • Tom Hiddleston as Loki
  • Owen Wilson as Agent Mobius
  • Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Ravonna Renslayer
  • Wunmi Mosaku as Hunter B-15
  • Eugene Cordero as Casey
  • Tara Strong as Miss Minutes

Loki Season 2 Plot Synopsis:

The plot is about as sparse as it gets, and there are no surprises there. Unsurprisingly, the narrative is fairly tight-lipped right now. Hiddleston, on Marvel.com, said that there have been “extensive talks” regarding season 2 and that he wants it to be “filled with even more” shocks.

Loki' Season 2 Release Date, Cast, and Everything Else We Know

Source: Showbiz Cheat Sheet.com

As we noted in the cast section above, one of season 2’s early story developments should be about how Loki’s switch to another TVA affects the crew.

There were “various versions” of how season 1 would conclude, according to head writer Michael Waldron, but this one seemed like the logical step for the series’ creative team.

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In the series, TVA, Loki finds himself in a place that he recognizes and people who he knows, but they are all unaware of his identity. In our view, Season 2 may go in two different directions:

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The first option is for Loki to be questioned by Mobius about who he is, and he’d tell him everything regarding the true identity of Kang. They’d join forces to stop Kang once and for all. Fans wanted to see more of their buddy cop relationship from season 1’s early episodes before the show went in a new direction with Sylvie’s introduction.

Alternatively, Loki might decide to follow in Sylvie’s footsteps. He Who Remains’ versions (including Kang) is a danger to the MCU, so he may desire to destroy the TVA as a means of getting Kang’s attention, attempt to take down Kang himself, and become a hero.

When you include Waldron’s comments, the ‘hero’ concept seems more plausible. In a Polygon article we previously linked to, Waldron said, “I think you’re going to see a Loki who sees himself in a different light, certainly that of season 1,” which implies that the god of mischief may continue on his good path.

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