Loki season 2: release date, cast, plot

Fans of the Disney+ “Loki” series will have to wait a little longer for the second season. Marvel CEO Kevin Feige announced at San Diego Comic-Con in July that the second season of the hit series, starring Tom Hiddleston and Owen Wilson, will come to Disney+ in mid-2023. He also announced that the season will officially be part of the fifth phase of the MCU. Other than that, we don’t have much information on what’s going to happen in the second season of the time-travelling, reality-twisting series. Read on for everything we know so far about Loki season 2 and how it fits into the MCU.

“Loki” season 2 storyline

Hiddleston gave some hints about the second season’s plot at MCM Comic-Con in London in 2021. He said: “OK, so look, we can’t tell unfortunately, but at the end of the sixth episode Loki comes back [the] TVA. He’s quite traumatized, he’s quite emotional, and he’s trying to explain what’s happening to Mobius, and Mobius doesn’t recognize him. And then he turns to look at the statue of the Time Warden, but it’s not a statue of the Time Warden, it’s someone else’s statue. And I think we’ll start from there.”

“Loki” Season 2 cast

Hiddleston will return as Loki with Sophia Di Martino as Sylvie. Gugu Mbatha-Raw will play Ravonna Renslayer and Wilson will play Mobius. Tara Strong will continue to voice Miss Minutes. Rafael Casal also joins the cast. It’s not clear if Jonathan Majors will star as Kang the Conqueror, although we do know the character will continue to appear in MCU projects, including Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

At D23 on September 10, Marvel announced that Ke Huy Quan was joining the cast for Season 2. And on Sept. 19, Deadline announced that Eugene Cordero, who plays TVA staffer Casey, has been upped to a series regular for the second season.

Loki season 2 release date

Filming on Loki began this summer in the UK. Marvel announced that Season 2 will premiere on Disney+ in 2023. It will have six episodes.

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