After the broadcast of the end of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the actor Clark Gregg revealed information about another series of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe. Gregg said that a second season has already been signed for Loki’s series (whose first season has yet to be released).
When Disney+ presented Loki’s series, it reported that the first season would have six episodes, but nothing was ever said about a sequel to the series or anything like that. This is why Gregg’s statement takes us all by surprise.
In the interview conducted by Variety, when asked what he thinks about working on a Marvel series with a bigger budget than Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Gregg said:
“I’d be lying if I said no, it would be interesting to start experimenting again. Doing about 10 or 12 episodes as Tom Hiddleston told me he was doing on Loki with that budget and the production team of the Marvel universe.”
The funny thing about his response is that he talks about 10 or 12 episodes when officially Loki’s first season only has six episodes. If it were true that Hiddleston told Gregg that, we’d be talking about two seasons of Loki being produced for Disney+.
For now, we have to wait for Loki’s production to start again and for the first season to premiere. Only after he gets his machinery back up and running will Disney confirm whether this second season of Loki is real.
Loki’s first season is scheduled to premiere in 2021, but that date may be postponed due to delays in the production process. So it seems very difficult for Disney to confirm the possibility of the second season of Loki soon.