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Everything we know so far about Loki Season 2.

Following the release of Season 2 of Loki in Phase 5 of the MCU, fans are eagerly speculating about the potential for a third season of the popular Disney+ series. Tom Hiddleston‘s portrayal of Loki, which began back in 2011’s Thor, initially depicted him as a villain in the MCU. Still, his character has since undergone a redemptive journey, making him one of the central heroes in the Multiverse Saga. With Marvel Studios expanding onto Disney+ in Phase 4, Loki received his first solo project, earning praise as one of the standout additions to Phase 4. The series focuses on the variant of Loki who escaped from 2012 during Avengers: Endgame’s Time Heist.

Season 1 of Loki premiered on June 9, 2021, introducing the titular God of Mischief as he delved into the Time Variance Authority’s realm, encountered his multiversal variants, and played a crucial role in introducing the MCU’s first variant of Kang the Conqueror, He Who Remains. The season’s finale set the stage for the multiverse events of Phases 4 and 5, with Season 2 expected to explore this concept further. Notably, Loki’s character is the only one in the MCU to receive two seasons on Disney+, with Season 2 debuting on October 5, 2023, potentially paving the way for a third season.

Loki Season 3 Has Not Been Confirmed By Marvel 

Marvel Studios has not officially confirmed whether Loki will continue his story in a third season. However, the development of Season 2 was confirmed in Season 1’s finale, suggesting a similar announcement could come at the end of Season 2. The series is set to conclude on November 9, 2023, making it a possible time for an official statement. If Season 3 is greenlit, it may not premiere until Phase 6, though there have been speculations about Tom Hiddleston’s return to the big screen for 2026’s Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Secret Wars, leaving the fate of Loki Season 3 uncertain.

Loki Season 3 Predicted Release Date 

Loki Season 1 premiered as part of the MCU’s Phase 4, with Season 2 following in Phase 5. This two-year gap hints that Season 3 might release in 2025 or 2026 as part of Phase 6. However, the MCU has a backlog of projects awaiting release, and with delays and disruptions in the entertainment industry, it’s possible that there might not be room for Loki Season 3 within the Multiverse Saga.

Season 3 Cast: Who Can Return?

The primary cast from Season 1 is expected to return for Season 2, suggesting they are likely to be back for Season 3. Tom Hiddleston continues to lead as Loki, with Sophia Di Martino as Sylvie and the possibility of other variant characters portrayed by Richard E. Grant, DeObia Oparei, and Jack Veal making a return. Jonathan Majors, who plays Kang the Conqueror, has a significant role in Loki, but his future in the franchise remains uncertain due to legal issues.

Season 3 of Loki would likely see the return of Owen Wilson as TVA agent Mobius M. Mobius, Wunmi Mosaku as high-ranking TVA Hunter B-15, and Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Judge Ravonna Renslayer. Season 2 is expected to delve deeper into these characters, particularly after Season 1 revealed their past lives on the Sacred Timeline. Tara Strong may reprise her voice role as the TVA mascot, Miss Minutes, and newcomers Ke Huy Quan and Rafael Casal could have promising futures in their respective roles as Ouroboros (OB) and Brad Wolfe, introduced in Season 2.

Loki Season 3 Story: How Season 2 Sets It Up 

The direction of Loki Season 2 remains a mystery, especially as it introduced Victor Timely to the MCU, and fans wonder if more Kang variants could appear in Season 3 before Phase 6’s Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. This would reinforce the idea that Loki is a crucial series in the Multiverse Saga, as it unleashed the multiverse in Phase 4 and might play a pivotal role in concluding the Multiverse Saga in Phase 6.