Moon Knight‘s first season finale aired more than three months ago, and the show has been stuck in purgatory ever since. The involvement of Marc Spector (Oscar Isaac) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has not been confirmed, in contrast to Iman Vellani‘s Kamala Khan. Spector is one of the franchise’s least explored characters, but we still have no idea when he’ll show up next, which is the main justification for the need for a second season.
Spector is simply one of the aliases Moon Knight takes on, as seen in six episodes. Another of the identities, Steven Grant, was given more prominence than the Fist of Khonshu’s most well-known equivalent. Then there was Jake Lockley’s debut in the final seconds of the show, who only made an appearance in a post-credits sequence before the picture went black.
Since Daredevil: Born Again was shown at San Diego Comic-Con earlier this summer, we are now aware that Marvel Studios is ready to produce lengthier seasons that are akin to those found on network television. This is a format where Moon Knight might do well. The first season’s limited episode count meant that much of the subtlety in revealing Spector’s mental instability was lost. While it was studied on the surface, there was still much room for improvement.
Not only should Marvel Studios approve Moon Knight Season 2, but it should also offer the show a longer episode schedule. It would be less expensive to create and introduce something that many viewers believed was lacking from the first season, which mostly focused on supernatural presences if the show’s creative team chose to emphasize the character’s street-level component.
One might argue that among all the shows that have debuted on Disney+, Moon Knight is the one that needs a second season the most because it still has a lot of character development to complete. On
Disney+, Moon Knight is currently available for full streaming.