Disney+ Loki season 2: Everything you need to know from the trailers, release date, cast, and directors
Everything you need to know before the release of Loki season 2
Loki is back again, and he better be ready to take on what's happening in the multiverse, because he seems to be at the center of it. At the end of Loki season 1 on Disney+, we saw Loki and Sophie getting rid of He Who Remains (Jonathan Majors) and ignoring his warnings that something worse was coming.
When Loki returns to the TVA after facing down He Who Remains, things have changed. Hopefully, we'll see exactly what happened when Loki season 2 debuts.
When is the Loki season 2 release date?
While there is no official Loki season 2 release date, Kevin Feige himself did announce that Loki season 2 would be debuting on Disney+ in the summer of 2023, so there isn't too long to wait before we find out exactly what has happened to the TVA.
Are there any Loki season 2 trailers yet?
While Disney has not yet released a dedicated Loki trailer for season 2, we have seen a sneak peek of it in the Disney+ 2023 teaser titled 'Feels Like Home' which is voiced by Tom Hiddleston himself. The bits that we see from season 2 feature Mobius and three versions of Loki in a tux. We also see a glimpse of Loki skydiving. Watch the whole teaser below.
Keep an eye on this space, because we'll be updating this article with trailers as they are shared.
Will Sylvie return in Loki season 2?
Sylvie (played by Sophia Di Martino) was a standout fan favorite from the first season of Loki. And yes! Di Martino will be returning to reprise her role as the Loki variant who has a romantic connection to the Loki that we all know and love. Hopefully, this new season will give us a bit more of that growing relationship that seemed so electric in season one.
Will Miss Minutes return in Loki season 2?
You heard it at Popverse first! In the summer of 2022, Miss Minutes voice actress Tara Strong confirmed to Popverse contributor Joshua Lapin-Bertone that Miss Minutes will make a return in Loki season 2.
Who is in the Loki season 2 cast?
The cast for Loki season 2 features a lot of recurring characters as well as some new ones. Returning to their roles from season one are Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, Eugene Cordero, and Tara Strong. New cast members include Kate Dickie, Rafael Casal, and Ke Huy Quan.
Who is Rafel Casal playing in Loki season 2?
In July 2022, Deadline announced that Rafael Casal (Blindspotting) would join season 2 of Loki in an undisclosed role.
Who is Kate Dickie playing in Loki season 2?
In December 2022, Deadline reported in an exclusive that Katie Dickie (Game of Thrones) would be joining the cast of Loki for its second season. While Deadline did not reveal who Dickie would be playing, they did report a rumor that she would be playing a villain.
Who is on the Loki season 2 creative team?Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead will direct and executive produce Loki Season 2. Eric Martin will serve as head writer of the season. Martin will also executive produce, alongside Tom Hiddleston and Michael Waldron. Natalie Holt will be returning to write the score for Loki season 2.
What is the plot of Loki season 2?
Disney+ and Marvel Studios seem to be playing their cards pretty close to their chests about what's going to happen in Loki season 2. Perhaps now that Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is hitting theaters soon, we might finally get a full trailer. But until then, we can only speculate about the plot of Loki season 2.
What are the Loki season 2 episodes?
Loki season 2 will feature six episodes which will begin to stream on Disney+ in the summer of 2023. As of now, we know very little about what these episodes will cover, what they will be called, or when exactly they will air. We'll update this section as we learn more.
What should I watch ahead of Loki season 2?
We're more than a decade and a half into the MCU now. So if you don't want to catch up on absolutely everything (though we do have a guide for you in case you do), you'll want to watch at least the first season of Loki as well as Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. That way, you'll have some idea of how the television universe of Loki works and who exactly Kang (and his variants) are.
Will there be more Loki variants in season 2?
While we don't know much about the plot of season 2 of Loki, considering the fact that variants were such a central aspect in the first season of Loki, it's a decent bet that they'll be central to the second season. In the streaming teaser trailer that Disney+ shared earlier this year, we see three versions of Loki talking to Mobius, but we're not quite sure if they're variants or simply Loki using his powers to multiply himself (which he has done before).
How does Loki season 2 fit into the MCU?
Loki and his misadventures with Mobius and the TVA have been the longest and steadiest march to learning about Kang and Kang's variants so far. It's likely that Loki season 2 will give us a lot more face time with at least one or two versions of Kang and will provide the scope of the problem that Kang is bringing to the multiverse. Depending on whether Loki can find his way out of this mess, the Kang problem will likely dovetail into the next big Avengers Secret Wars movies.
Are there any Loki season 2 theories?
The largest and most obvious theory in Loki-world is that Loki season 2 will be diving deep into the Kang variants storyline set up in Loki season 1 and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. This will hopefully all lead towards Avengers: Secret Wars. To read more about Loki season 2 theories, check out this refresher of season 1 and how Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania might connect.
Will there be a Loki season 3?
Considering we don't have a release date or even a trailer for Loki season 2 yet, it's a bit early to be speculating about a season 3. However, considering the wide success of Loki season 1 and assuming that Marvel Studios does want to continue to expand the Marvel Cinematic Universe through Disney+ shows, it's probably a good bet.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania gets lost in its own changing sense of scale .