Tom Hiddleston comes back as Mischief Loki’s God, but on small screens this time. The Loki series will be released on Disney ‘s new Disney+ streaming service and will form part of Phase 4 of the MCU. Right now, production in the next series is stopped because of the outbreak of coronavirus. Let’s know when the Loki series hits the screens:
Disney Stopped Production On Loki Season 1
Previously, Disney stopped production in many projects because of the pandemic of the coronavirus. For safety reasons, the studio takes this step. Loki series production is also postponed for a while.
The production was also stopped on other MCU-shows, including Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Wandavision, and many others at Disney+.
What’s The Release Date Of Loki Season 1?
The Loki series has been confirmed in 2018 and is planned to be released on Disney+ in Spring 2021. There will be six episodes. But the release date can shift further due to the stoppage in production. We will continue to notify you if the release of the show is delayed.
Is There Any Trailer For Loki Season 1?
Until now, Disney didn’t release Loki’s official trailer. However, don’t worry, the studio released a Super Bowl ad trailer to promote Disney+’s next MCU series with a little insight into the Loki series. This is the trailer:
Other Details About Loki Season 1
Michael Waldron (well known for Community and Rick and Morty) created Loki Series for Disney+. It will follow the MCU film incidents. The series was produced by Marvel Studios and Kate Herron is the series’ producer. The next series already shows the stars: Tom Hiddleston as Loki, Sophia Di Martino, Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, and Richard E. Grant. More cast is soon to be announced.
The series starts after the Avengers Endgame incidents when he gets the Tessaract cube and then escapes through a portal. Disney+’s concept is ‘After the events of Avengers: Endgame (which was published in 2019), Loki uses the Tesseract to travel through time and change human history.’ The concept of Disney+’