Disney revealed the renewal during the finale’s end credits.
In another season, the God of Mischief will pursue his magnificent goal. If it seems like total nonsense, you haven’t been watching Loki. Disney announced today that the Marvel Studios series will return for a second season on Disney+. The news was announced at the show’s finale by the media behemoth. Loki’s case file may be seen with a stamp that says “Loki will return in season 2” halfway through the sixth episode’s end credits.
Loki was the streaming service’s most-watched premiere back in June, when Disney+ switched its release days for originals from Friday to Wednesday. It is now the first Disney+ Marvel show to be renewed for a second season. Meanwhile, after receiving 23 and five Emmy nods, respectively, the destiny of WandaVision and The Falcon and Winter Soldier remains uncertain.
Loki was instrumental in establishing some of the main narrative ideas that would percolate throughout phase four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, such as the numerous worlds slated to be explored in the upcoming film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
In general, it’s an exciting moment to be a Marvel fan. The release of Black Widow on Disney+ Premier Access and in theaters last week ended a two-year drought for Marvel films. The action film grossed $60 million on Netflix and more than $215 million worldwide. Just a few days ago, Disney announced that Marvel’s animated series What If…? On August 11th, Disney+ will launch.
Professor Tom Morrow was originally a spacecraft missions director who oversaw spacecraft travels from Earth to the moon, notably with the Moonliner space-ship. In later attractions, Mr. Morrow is the mayor of Tomorrowland and a promoter of the latest technological advancements.
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