The God of Mischief is coming again but on the small screens, this time with his T.V. series named Loki. The season 1 will arrive on Disney’s new streaming service Disney+. Now, there are reports that the series is already renewed for season 2 even before the release of the first season. So let’s know everything about it:
Will There Be A Season 2 Of Loki?
When the Disney+ series Loki announced back in the previous year, it was declared that there would be a total of 6 episodes for it. There is no announcement made for a second season. It is not renewed officially for a second season for now. But recently a star hinted towards the possibility of the second season.
Actor Clark Gregg Revealed The Possibility Of Loki Season 2
Clark Gregg, known for playing Phil Coulson, talked about the final season of Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. to Variety. Then during the interview, he also hinted towards the possibility of season 2. Here’s what he said:
‘I’d be lying if I didn’t speak, boy, that would be interesting to begin the experiment over. Doing ten episodes or 12 episodes the way Tom Hiddleston told me he was performing on Loki with that sort of budget and that Marvel Cinematic production crew.’
So, he said that the star is doing 10-12 episodes so it means that the series Loki did not have only six episodes and now we can hope that it is already renewed for a second season. But we have to wait for the confirmation.
The production is suspended on the Loki series because of the coronavirus outbreak. The studio takes this action for safety reasons. It is yet scheduled to release on Disney+ in Spring 2021. But due to the pause in production, the release date can shift further.
Michael Waldron created the Loki series for Disney+. It will follow the events of the MCU films. In the series, these actors are verified to highlight already: Tom Hiddleston as Loki, Owen Wilson, Sophia Di Martino, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, and Richard E. Grant.
The official synopsis of Loki is, ‘After the events of Avengers: Endgame (that released in 2019), Loki uses the Tesseract to travel through time and alter human history.’