Loki season one finale spoilers to follow. Read on at your own risk.
Let’s get this out of the way first. In the credits sequence of Loki‘s epic season finale, there’s a line of text that says the God of Mischief’s solo vehicle will indeed get a season two. So breathe your sigh of relief now, before we get to the good stuff.
Because, yeah—that finale? Holy shit. Kang the Conquerer showed up, gleefully toying with Loki and Sylvie throughout the episode—until Sylvie stabbed him in the chest. Naturally, this instigated *checks calendar* at least several years of action in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So if we’re talking about what’s going to happen in season two of Loki, it’s probably best to, you know, take stock on the hours and hours of likely-billion-dollar-grossing stories while we’re at it. Here’s everything we know about the future of Loki so far.
What will Season Two of Loki be about?
All right. So Sylvie just up and started a multiversal war. Per Kang’s episode-long breakdown of his plans, we’re about to see an infinite amount of Kangs bust up the MCU. This saga will likely play out over the course of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania—all of which are confirmed or rumored to involve Kang and/or multiverse-related plot lines.
If we had to bet, we’d put money on Loki‘s Season Two debuting sometime in the span of 2022 to 2023, potentially between Multiverse of Madness and Quantumania. In the ending of Loki, Sylvie boots the God of Mischief to the TVA headquarters in another timeline, one that Kang has already conquered. So it’s incredibly likely that, at some point, we’ll catch up with HiddleLoki right after the events of Loki, watching the newfound good guy try to catch up the TVA on everything that happened before Sylvie killed Kang. As for the one-horned wonder? She’ll have some splainin’ to do when we meet up with her next. Maybe, just maybe, this is the event that teaches her how to trust—leading to the inevitable Sylvie-Loki power couple of our dreams. Then, we’ll see them try to un-do the catastrophe they started, meeting up with heroes like Wanda Maximoff and Doctor Strange along the way.
When will season two of Loki air?
Hold up there, cowboy! (Sorry. Still have that Miss Minutes jump scare stuck in my head.) We just watched the finale, so an official release date is likely a ways away. But we do have news on the related films in Marvel’s future. Spider-Man: No Way Home will release on December 17, 2021, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness on March 25, 2022, and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania on February 17, 2023.
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