The Loki Season 2 release timeframe for the well-liked Marvel Cinematic Universe Disney+ series may have been established nearly two years after the premiere of its first season.
According to reports, Loki Season 2 will air in the fall of 2023, just a few months after the show’s June 2021 premiere marked its second anniversary. According to the outlet’s sources, October 2023—rather than the previously predicted September 2023 window—is the most likely month for the premiere.
They add that “storyline issues” have caused delays in the new season, but Jonathan Majors will still play all of Kang the Conqueror’s various incarnations in the second season.
Stars of the show include Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Judge Renslayer, Owen Wilson as Mobius, Sophia Di Martino as Sylvie, Tom Hiddleston as Loki, and Wunmi Mosaku as Hunter B-15. Wilson and Mbatha-Raw have so far been confirmed to return for the following season. Season 2 will also feature Quan, Rafael Casal, and Kate Dickie.
The God of Mischief was last seen by viewers in the Season 1 finale. In the episode, he was separated from Sylvie, who killed Majors’ He Who Remains and found himself imprisoned in another TVA other reality. The directors of Loki Season 2 are Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, who most recently helmed the Moon Knight series. Kate Herron, who will continue to work on the project as its producer, will be replaced by the duo.
Executive producer and chief writer Eric Martin is responsible for Season 2. Michael Waldron, the primary writer for Season 1, Hiddleston, and Martin will serve as executive producers for the next episode.