Some spoilers ahead!
Disney+ has renewed Loki for a second season.
The renewal was announced during the end credits for Loki’s season one finale.
The anti-hero’s case file is seen branded with the stamp: “Loki will return in season two."
Starring Tom Hiddleston, Loki is set in a Marvel Cinematic Universe adjacent world, in which the God of Mischief lands in trouble with the bureaucratic TVA (Time Variance Authority) after fleeing with the Tesseract.
Season one ended on a major cliff-hanger, with Sylvie, played by Sophia Di Martino, taking revenge, creating a multiverse that seems destined to spiral into all-out war in the process.
Jonathan Majors also guest-starred as the Avengers’ iconic time-travelling foe Kang the Conqueror.
With that, here's what we know about the upcoming second series:
When will Loki season two be released?
Despite the season one reveal that more episodes are to come, we're still none the wiser as to when they'll be streaming.
Given previous shooting times, we could be looking at a 2023 release date - watch this space!
Who of the cast is returning?
It's assumed Hiddleston will be back in the title role.
However, there's still no word on fellow cast mates Di Martino, Richard E Grant or Owen Wilson reprising their roles.
What's going to happen next?
According to the comic books, Kang The Conqueror is a ruthless maniacal villain.
However, the Kang we meet during the season finale is actually a variant, under the alias He Who Remains.
In the comics, He Who Remains and Kang are separate entities, but it seems the characters have been merged for the MCU adaptation to streamline the story.
It's unclear whether Kang and co. will appear in season two, as the character is already due to feature in the next Ant-Man film.
Regardless, Loki will have enough on his hands trying to figure out why Agent Mobius (Wilson) and Hunter B-15 (Wunmi Mosaku) can't remember him.
More details as we have them!
Loki season one is now available to stream on Disney+.
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