Kevin Feige Updates Unfortunate News for ‘Loki’ Season Two
With Marvel’s run of Disney+ exclusive series becoming incredibly successful; it appears that Kevin Feige updates unfortunate news for Loki season two.
One of the surprises of the summer season was the immense success that was Loki season one, as the Michael Waldron-written series explored the incredibly popular MCU mainstay, and explored previously uncharted areas of the Marvel Universe.
The series saw Loki – the 2012 version of the character who escaped from the clutches of the Avengers during Avengers: Endgame- come face to face with the TVA and was introduced to the work of the organization, and their effort to secure and protect the sacred timeline.
It was in this Loki series that fans were able to see just how the multiverse worked, and explore the various facets of this Time Variance Authority, and those they protect the timeline from.
At the conclusion of Loki season one, fans saw Sylvie destroy the multiverse by killing He Who Remains; the man who orchestrated the TVA, and protected the sacred timeline.
The series was immensely popular and incredibly well-conceived and executed; with news of a season two for the show, fans are anxiously awaiting a return to the adventures of Loki, Mobius, and the Time Variance Authority.
However, it appears the production could be delayed for the time being, as Kevin Feige updates unfortunate news for Loki season two.
Comicbook.com reported that the director of the entirety of Loki season one, Kate Herron, would not be returning to the director’s chair for the series second season; and a search for season two’s director could impede production.
Kevin Feige addressed this development – and the search for Loki’s new director – in a recent interview with Collider; stating the following,
It is underway. We’re developing it as we speak. The hope is that much of the same team with return. Kate is going on to bigger and better things, so the director search will begin shortly.
The news is unfortunate for fans of the series, as it’s uncertain as to how long the search will be, and if it will interfere with the intended timetable for the production of Loki’s second season.