Loki has won the sympathy of fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe after the premiere of his solo series on Disney Plus. During the Avengers time travel mission, the character managed to escape with the Tesseract and opened a new timeline that had to be intervened by the authority of time. This is how this new adventure starts.
Interestingly, instead of being eliminated, he is integrated into the TVA team to help capture one of its variants that is murdering the minute minders. However, the organization did not expect that he would end up joining Sylvie.
After several adventures through the multiverses, they are surprised that the Guardians of Time do not exist and that there is another powerful being behind the TVA. It’s about Kang the Conqueror.
In Chapter 6, we see that Kang has decided to stop intervening in time in order to give way to the free will of the timelines. In just a few minutes he became an important character for phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Kate Herron, the director of the series, shared a few words about the inclusion of this character to the MCU in an interview for Marvel.com.
“It was a great responsibility and a privilege to bring that character to the screen. He is such a different villain from Thanos. I remember what I saw in the schematic when I first launched [para dirigir la serie]. I was like ‘it would be amazing if we could do that’. But things can change in the blink of an eye. I thought, ‘Well, maybe they’ll change it and say we’re not allowed.’ But they never did. That’s what’s exciting about these TV shows, which will interconnect with the movies in a big way. I found that really exciting, not just as a fan but simply as a filmmaker. “
“Loki” will have a second season according to the post-credits scene
Both “WandaVision” and “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” will have a single season.
This is because the Scarlet Witch series continues in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”, while Sam Wilson will return as the new Captain America in other series and films of the MCU such as “Armor Wars” or “Secret Invasion”.
The only series of phase 4, so far, that has confirmed a second season is “Loki.” At the end of the episode, the production company adds a scene in which a paper is stamped with the stamp of “Loki will return in season 2.”