Loki Season 2: Disney+ Show Finale Confirms Second Season Is Coming

Loki Episode 6 ended on a major cliffhanger, but the show will return for a second season.

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Loki has become the first MCU Disney+ show to be confirmed for a second season. The time-traveling, reality-breaking trickster god's solo series ended after six episodes with a brief post-credits teaser that simply stated Loki will return for Season 2.

Unfortunately, this split second confirmation included absolutely no other information. Details about the production schedule, cast, or potential release of the second season have not been made available. Next on the docket for the MCU on Disney+ is the animated show What If…? Which recently received a release date of August 11 as well as its first full-length trailer.

Other confirmed MCU release dates are Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, which hits theaters on September 3 and The Eternals, which will premiere on November 5. The Disney+ docket will likely include other shows, like Hawkeye, before the end of the year, but no dates have been set as of yet.

Though Loki is the first MCU TV show to have a confirmed second season, stars have teased the potential for future installments of WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier--so don't count them out just yet.

Meanwhile, if you're trying to make sense of Loki Season 1's finale, check out our spoiler-filled ending breakdown now.

All six episodes of Loki Season 1 are available to stream on Disney+.

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