When will Loki Season 2 Return?  Here are the details

Loki season 2 has commenced filming in preparation for its highly-anticipated return to Disney Plus, and the release date for Loki season 2 has been confirmed. Exciting behind-the-scenes spoilers continue to emerge, including a fresh glimpse of Sylvie’s costume, a video featuring Loki riding a jet ski, and a rumored leak suggesting that Henry Cavill will make an appearance in Loki season 2 as the formidable villain Hyperion.

The television series Loki season 2, based on the Marvel Comics superhero of the same name, is currently being filmed. Set within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), the show maintains continuity with the franchise’s movies. Marvel Studios is overseeing the production of the season, with Eric Martin serving as the head writer and Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead leading the team of directors.

Loki Season 2 Release Date

Disney has not yet announced the official release date for Season 2 of Loki, and due to the extensive upcoming content in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), it is difficult to determine a precise schedule. However, since Jonathan Majors is confirmed to appear in Quantumania in 2023, it is expected that the next season of Loki will be released before or around that period. Currently, Season 2 of Loki is being filmed, and recently, DiMartino, Wilson, and Hiddleston were captured in costume at a McDonald’s.

Loki Season 2 Cast

The cast of Loki season 2 will feature the return of Loki, who has now transformed from a villain to a hero, as well as Sylvie and Mobius, portrayed by Owen Wilson. Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Wunmi Mosaku are also expected to reprise their roles as Ravonna Renslayer and Hunter B-15, respectively. While there is a possibility that Jonathan Majors may return as He Who Remains/Kang the Conqueror, his participation in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania leaves his future uncertain. Additionally, Rafael Casal from Blindspotting will have a significant but unspecified role in season 2.

Kate Herron, the director of Loki season one, has announced that she will not be returning to direct the second season. In an interview with ELLE, she expressed her excitement about being part of Loki’s story and the passion she poured into it. She also mentioned that she looks forward to seeing the fresh perspective brought by new eyes. However, Herron hinted that Sylvie, portrayed by Di Martino, will have a more prominent storyline in the next chapter. Sylvie is at an early stage of her journey towards self-healing and her experiences in the Citadel have left her visibly affected and in pain.

Di Martino herself admitted that she is uncertain about which version of Sylvie will be seen in season 2. It is possible that she might portray a different variation of Loki. She expressed openness to meeting new characters and exploring the complexities of the universe.

Loki Season 2 Plot

Season 1 concluded as planned, with a monumental disaster that established multiple universes. Many theories circulated that this event directly paved the way for the chaos in Doctor Strange’s “Multiverse of Madness” and Wanda’s involvement in the film. After all, as a Nexus Being, the Scarlet Witch would be a perfect connection between the two.

The repercussions of the multiverse were subsequently revealed in Spider-Man: No Way Home, which premiered in December 2021. Due to a botched spell by Doctor Strange, heroes, villains, and different versions of characters found themselves drawn into the main reality. Consequently, they all existed within the same timeline simultaneously.

However, Doctor Strange’s publication effectively dismissed these notions, similar to Wanda’s failed attempt to reshape America. Interestingly, the events of Loki were not even acknowledged in the post-credits scene. In a recent interview with Deadline, Michael Waldron, the screenwriter for both Doctor Strange and Loki, explained his intention to keep the two storylines separate.


In an interview with Marvel.com, Michael Waldron, the primary writer for Loki, discussed Jonathan Majors’ unexpected portrayal. Waldron highlighted the significance of Kang as the upcoming central antagonist across Marvel movies, particularly due to his time-traveling and multiversal nature. He shared how he conceived the compelling mythology of a battle spanning multiple realities and presented it to the producers during a meeting. When they responded positively, acknowledging the importance of meeting the enigmatic figure behind the scenes, Waldron and the team took on the responsibility of ensuring that the encounter lived up to expectations.