If you’ve followed the MCU for even a short time, you know that Loki is an expert at making an entrance. That holds true even in his own streaming series, as Loki returned to Disney Plus with a bang (and a shock) for season two this week.
Only it can make that claim, as the other MCU live-action shows have all been limited series at this point. However, production on season 2 of Loki was approved shortly after the success of the first season, guaranteeing that the God of Mischief’s exploits would stand out even among their peers.
Season 2 began with Tom Hiddleston’s trickster returning and finding himself slipping through time (even in the TVA), so that’s one way to put it. Sylvie’s decision to slay He Who Remains in the first season finale messed up the timeline and made way for the new antagonist Kang the Conqueror. Here’s every detail you require to understand about when to expect the second episode of Loki’s second season, as production on the show has just begun.
Loki Season 2 Episode 2 Release Date
Season 2 of Loki premiered on Netflix on October 6th, and new episodes will drop every week going forward. This indicates that the next episode of Loki season 2 will be released on Friday, October 13th.
Below is the Loki Season 2 premiere date:
- Episode 1: October 5
- Episode 2: October 12
- Episode 3: October 19
- Episode 4: October 26
- Episode 5: November 2
- Episode 6: November 9
A different version of Loki is hauled to the mysterious Time Variance Authority (TVA) after he steals the Tesseract during the events of Avengers: Endgame (2019). The TVA is an extradimensional governmental institution that keeps tabs on the chronology.
They offer Loki an option between eradication as a “time-variant” and aiding in the repair of the timeline in order to thwart an even bigger danger. Loki becomes the protagonist of his own crime drama, in which he must go back in time to track down a female doppelganger named Sylvie.
The second season finds Loki joining forces with Mobius M. Mobius, Hunter B-15, and other TVA agents “in a battle for the soul” of the TVA after the events of the first season shatter the timeline and create a multiverse. This involves looking for Sylvie, Ravonna Renslayer, and Miss Minutes everywhere they might be.
- Tom Hiddleston as Loki
- Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Ravonna Renslayer
- Wunmi Mosaku as Hunter B-15
- Eugene Cordero as Casey
- Tara Strong voices Miss Minutes
- Owen Wilson as Mobius M. Mobius
- Sophia Di Martino as Sylvie
- Sasha Lane as Hunter C-20
- Jack Veal as Kid Loki
- DeObia Oparei as Boastful Lok
- Richard E. Grant as Classic Loki
- Jonathan Majors as He Who Remains and Victor Timely
- Rafael Casal as Hunter X-5 / Brad Wolfe
- Kate Dickie as General Dox
- Liz Carr as Judge Gamble
- Neil Ellice as Hunter D-90
- Ke Huy Quan as Ouroboros “O.B.”
Loki Season 2 Episode 1 Ending
They are alerted by Hunter D-90 that Dox and her gang are breaking into the armory. Loki claims they’re after Slyvie and suggests leaving in an effort to rescue her. Mobius, realizing that they only had a single chance to prevent Loki’s time travel, intervenes. Dox will be taken care of, and B-15 assures them.
Just as Loki is ready to advise Mobius on what to do if he doesn’t make it, he has another slip, this time into the future. He is convinced that Timestick is behind it all. To complete the current-day objective to aid Loki, OB has Mobius don a suit.
Mobius goes outside to fire up the extractor. Loki, from the distant future, enters the TVA in search of the time stick. The timer in Loki’s hand goes green as Mobius releases the extractor. There is a countdown timer set for 30 seconds. As time runs out, OB seals the blast entrance. Over the radio, OB tells Mobius that he is helpless to save Loki. According to OB, Loki has been disoriented in time.
Loki Season 2 Episode 2 Storyline
In episode 2 of Loki’s second season, the chase throughout the Multiverse is expected to heat up. The rekindled romantic tensions between Loki and Sylvie are sure to play a major role in the events of this season.
The two will have to make difficult decisions as they face the consequences of their actions and try to overcome obstacles like the renegade TVA agents and the disintegrating Multiverse. The search for a Kang variation has begun, and its outcomes could determine the future of the Multiverse.
Loki Season 2 Trailer
The official trailer for season 2 of Loki premiered in late July, setting a new high water mark for Disney Plus. The trickster deity appears to be racing against the clock to prevent the universes from falling in on themselves. A second teaser, released at the beginning of September, also seemed to provide significant story details.
Where to watch Loki Season 2 Episode 2?
As with the remaining episodes of the series, you can only watch Episode 2 of Season 2 of Loki on Disney Plus. Fans of Marvel should make sure their subscriptions are up to date so they can start reading it as soon as it comes out.
The second episode of Loki’s second season will have a complex mixture of drama, comedy, and mind-bending realities. The Marvel Universe, with its excellent writing, is guaranteed to give viewers yet another amazing show.