Loki season 2: release date, cast and everything we know so far


Yep. Finally, it’s over. The second season of Loki is truly going to materialise. A second season has been explicitly teased for the first time in a Marvel Disney Plus programme, and Disney has gone above and above to inform us about it. This season’s fresh set of episodes won’t have Loki’s director on board, and she’s shared a few details about what’s been left behind.

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SPOILERS AHEAD, so be warned. We’re going to talk about the events of Loki season 1’s conclusion and how they’ll probably lead to what’s to come, as you could expect. It’s safe to say that we’re looking forwards to Loki’s second season, particularly given what we still hope for.

However, Loki’s reappearance in season 2 was confirmed by a big official stamp at the conclusion of episode 6. There was no post-credits scene. While the title of the programme was changed to Captain America and the Winter Soldier at the conclusion of Falcon and the Winter Soldier, no word was given as to whether or not a second season would be coming.


We’re still waiting for a second season of Falcon and Winter Soldier or a second season of WandaVision because of this ambiguity (which seems even less likely).

The second season of Loki will focus on

Before stabbing He Who Remains, Sylvie gave the Loki variation a kiss on the lips and then kicked him back to the TVA. Loki was distraught and racing around the TVA in a state of terror after the events of the film.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to go through a major upheaval as a result of Sylvie having “liberated” the chronology. He Who Remains (or Kang the Conqueror, if you prefer) stayed in the Loki series timeline, which is likely to be in the midst of a multiverse battle, as he phrased it.


Perhaps our Loki version will be working with the Mobius and Hunter B-15, who have no recollection of him.

Eric Martin, the show’s writer, tweeted that we should be prepared to learn more about Mobius and Ravonna “Having more time with Mobius and Renslayer would have been wonderful. I was eager to learn more about her and their dynamic as a couple. The problem was that Covid got in the way, and we just ran out of time.”

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Rumors about the release date for Loki season 2

Loki season 1 was shot over the course of a year and a half starting in January 2020 and ended in June 2021, yet no release date for season 2 has been confirmed by Disney Plus (weeks after the episode 1 air date).


When Loki season 2’s production was supposedly revived in November 2020, speculation began to circulate that the second season will begin filming in January 2022.

Filming will begin in the summer of 2022, according to a report from Backstage.com.

As a result, we estimate that the second season of Loki will premiere in June 2023. You may find it hidden among all those future Marvel films and television series.


The cast and crew of Loki season 2

It seems that Loki season 2 was a must-see for everyone. We did saw Jonathan Majors’ face on a big monument at the TVA, replacing one of the Time-Keepers’ heads, despite Sylvie stabbing He Who Remains. Because of this, it’s impossible to predict who will come back for the next season. The following is a list of possible cast members, although nothing has been officially confirmed.

Although Kate Herron has confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that she will not be returning for Loki Season 2, there is no more information at this time. In Herron’s words, it seems that she may have responded “”Ah, guy,” said Marvel and Disney. The results thus far are fantastic, and we’d want to keep continuing.” As she puts it, “it was always going to be those six episodes when I joined Loki.”

She also spoke about the moment in season 1 when Loki was a king, but it wasn’t utilised. “It was essentially going to be in the first episode since we had a lot of memories there. But it was really just a matter of tone. The scenario had a lot of heart and humour, and it was well-written to boot. His mother will soon be dying, and it didn’t seem appropriate to have something so lighthearted next to such an emotional experience.”

  • Tom Hiddleston as the Loki variant
  • Sophia Di Martino as Sylvie
  • Owen Wilson as Mobius
  • Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Judge Ravonna Renslayer
  • Wunmi Mosaku as Hunter B-15
  • Jonathan Majors as He Who Remains
  • Eugene Cordero as Casey
  • Tara Strong voices Miss Minutes
  • Richard E. Grant as Classic Loki 
  • DeObia Oparei as Boastful Loki
  • Jack Veal as Kid Loki

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