This day, Deadline confirmed that the show starring Tom Hiddleston will be left without one of its most important pieces. The series was the first from the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) to officially report that it will have a second batch of episodes.
After a short six-part season, the same amount as “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”, ” Loki ” came to an end last Wednesday. The reviews were generally positive for a show that served as an excuse to delve into what the multiverse will be like. Fans know that the sequel to “Doctor Strange” will be in charge of having even more details since this concept is even in its title.
Kate Herron, director and executive producer of ” Loki “, revealed that it will not be in the second season. “I’m not going back,” he said in an interview with the aforementioned media. It is worth noting that Loki, Sylvie, and He Who Remains, who in reality is known to be Kang the Conqueror, will be part of the next installment.
“I always planned to be alone in this,” Herron said of the first season of ” Loki .” The director made it clear that she would be very interested in being in a future MCU project again, although at the moment she is only focused on her next steps. In this context, he did not want to say which ones.
The multiverses came to Marvel
There has long been speculation that multiverses were becoming canon in the MCU. In this context, beyond the fact that “Doctor Strange 2” was going to have it as its main theme, the fans believed that with so many turns of famous actors from the Spider-Man universe, the Spider-Man film would be the first to show it in a way. official. However, with the help of ” Loki “, Marvel began to develop the long-awaited multiverse with all the variants of the protagonist.