Marvel Studios has developed six series for Disney+ thus far, but only two of them have been confirmed to be getting renewed for a second season. The animated multiversal anthology series What If…? will be receiving a fresh set of episodes somewhere in the near future, but the only live-action show that’s getting another go-around is Loki. The announcement of Loki season two served as the post-credits scene of the season one conclusion, and while though a release date is still up in the air, production is slated to get begin next month.
A new production listing suggests the second season of Loki will begin filming in London on June 6. It’s uncertain how long the main shooting will go, but a show as elaborate as Loki will more than likely take most of the summer to finish. Considering the full production period, it’s reasonable to anticipate Loki‘s second season won’t be reaching Disney+ until 2023. Given that Marvel still has Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk, and Secret Invasion just in the can, the return of the God of Mischief would have more time to breathe if Loki is pushed back until next year.