When does Loki release?
In Marvel Studios' “Loki,” the mercurial villain Loki (Tom Hiddleston) resumes his role as the God of Mischief in a new series that takes place after the events of “Avengers: Endgame.” Kate Herron directs and Michael Waldron is head writer. Debuts on Disney+ in June 9, 2021. marvel.comLoki (TV Show, 2021) | Cast, Characters, Release Date
Is Episode 6 of Loki the last episode?
Sylvie and Loki meet the puppet master behind the Time Variance Authority. Sylvie and Loki prepare to step into the Citadel at the End of Time. Loki's time-hopping adventure reached its end Wednesday, with the sixth and final episode of the Marvel Cinematic Universe show hitting Disney Plus. CNETLoki season finale recap: Post-credits scene and ending for episode 6 explained
Will there be more Loki?
Loki will return for a second season. That's it, that's the news -- I'm not going to say anything more so as not to spoil the first-season finale, streaming now on Disney Plus. ... Loki is the first MCU streaming series to officially confirm a season 2. CNETLoki season 2 confirmed, Disney Plus promises more glorious purpose
The episode was a surprisingly talky affair, with He Who Remains explaining his role in shaping the multiverse and protecting it from one of its most dangerous threats: himself. He explains that multiple variants of himself have discovered there are multiple realities all stacked on top of each other. Some of the variants only wanted to learn and share knowledge with each other, while others had decidedly less noble pursuits. (Considering the word “conquer” is in his name, it doesn’t take much to imagine what those pursuits were.)
He Who Remains gives them an ultimatum: let him live and stay where he is, protecting the timeline from all his variants, or they can kill him and potentially start another multiverse war.
Anyway, Sylvie and Loki get into a fight because Loki is like “Yo, this man is saying that if we kill him we might just unleash a new level of hell upon reality.” Sylvie, on the other hand, was like “All my life I had to fight, Loki. You don’t know what this man took from me, Loki. Now you best get up out the way, before I get you out the way.”
Spoiler: she gets him out the way and then drives her blade right through He Who Remains’ heart. This sends to multiverse into chaos, with the timeline that surrounds the citadel fracturing off into various avenues.
Unfortunately, given how things are announced so far in advance these days, we know a lot about where the MCU is going. We already know that Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness and Spider-Man: No Way Home are going to explicitly deal with the multiverse. We also already know that Majors is set to return as Kang in the next Ant-Man. Based on all that information, it very much sounds like Kang is being positioned as the next big bad of the MCU. The next Thanos, if you will.
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But in the end, when Loki and Sylvie entered the Citadel at the End of Time, they found themselves confronted by a mysterious figure known only as He Who Remains. And though the name of the villain comes from a very obscure character from the comics, the actor playing him instantly got the attention of fans who keep up with MCU news. Because as it turns out, He Who Remains is played by none other than Lovecraft Country star Jonathan Majors: the same actor who was previously confirmed to be playing the infamous Avengers foe Kang the Conqueror in the upcoming Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.