Now, it appears season 2 is getting prepared to start production. While neither Disney nor Marvel Studios have made official announcements, recording will reportedly start this summer at Pinewood Studios in the United Kingdom. As with most Marvel films and shows, the next season of Loki comes with high anticipation as many wait to see the repercussions of Loki and Sylvie’s actions. Some viewers critiqued the Loki finale for seemingly creating more loose ends rather than tying them generally together, but season 2 might give more answers to questions posed in season 1. The next season might incorporate characters or references to Phase 4 films as well, though that’s yet to be seen.
Interestingly, Loki was not referred to in Spider-Man: No Way Home, despite the fact that both plots centered around the multiverse. So far, WandaVision has been the main Disney+ show that makes a direct connection to the films of Phase 4, with Wanda showing up in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. There are rumors that Gugu Mbatha-Raw’s character, Ravonna Renslayer, may show up in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, but nothing has been affirmed. Generally, Loki’s connections with the MCU’s general storyline stay a mystery, unless Marvel has some surprise cameos at their disposal. Loki season 2 will reportedly start shooting this summer in England. The Thor spinoff series starring the God of Mischief was the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first deep jump into the multiverse, a key concept driving multiple films and shows in Phase 4, including Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Nonetheless, fans should expect Marvel to keep relatively quiet about Loki season 2’s plotline and other details, at least for the present. Sometimes, high-profile productions even take on code names for titles and characters to keep away from any possible leaks about the project, so those answering the casting call for Loki may not understand what they’re auditioning for until later in the process. It all adds to the intrigue surrounding one of Marvel’s trippiest and most complicated shows to date, which will no doubt have many stripped to their screens once Loki season 2 drops on Disney+.