The finite side of Disney + the original series of Loki has arrived and with it some good – but not at all surprisingly – news: Disney has updated the series for the second season. The show, which featured Tom Hiddleston in his role as a Mischief god, has proven very popular for streaming services, which only allocated half a dozen episodes for his first season.
Disney + is a streaming service of electric power inside and from itself, one makes it all the more resilient with the release of the original exclusive performances based on popular IP. There is Mandalorian, for example, who gives Star Wars fans as a completely refreshing way to feel the universe of science fiction. And then there is Marvel World and the latest installment, Loki.
Tom Hiddleston, an unknown actor who took the role of the Loki superhero film for Marvel, was shown as a Mischief god in the Disney streaming series. The event is set at Marvel Cinematic Universe and, therefore, matches the film franchise in terms of continuity.
Disney has confirmed the plan to make a show based on Loki at the end of 2018, with filming has begun in early 2020. However, the Covid-19 pandemic was stated only a few weeks later, bringing temporary production and delaying unavoidable release shows. Finally, after years of waiting, fans got access to the first episode of the series in early June.
This series concludes today, July 14, with the sixth episode and last season first – and, as you would expect, Disney has confirmed that it will bring Loki back for season two. Instead of announcing it in a tweet or press release, Disney was only recorded in the last episode credit scene to be returned Loki with Tom Hiddleston in the role starring. However, the company does not have additional details to be provided today.