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Loki is a Disney+ streaming television series, set within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, centering on Loki. It is the third Disney+ MCU series, and a part of Phase Four and Phase Five.

Marvel Studios' Loki features the God of Mischief as he steps out of his brother's shadow in a new Disney+ series that takes place after the events of Avengers: Endgame. Tom Hiddleston returns as the title character, and is joined by Sophia Di Martino, Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Wunmi Mosaku, Eugene Cordero, Tara Strong, Sasha Lane, Richard E. Grant, Jack Veal, DeObia Oparei, and Jonathan Majors.

Synopsis[]

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.

Plot[]

Season One[]

Following his inadvertent escape from the time traveling Avengers, Loki winds up in the Gobi Desert, only to be captured by time agents known as the Time Variance Authority (TVA). He is brought to their headquarters, which is outside the space and time of the timelines. There, he learns that the TVA was created by beings called the Time Keepers that organized a single timeline, the Sacred Timeline, to stop a Multiversal War a long time ago and that he is now what they call a Variant. Loki is sentenced to be erased for his crimes because his actions caused a nexus event which branched his timeline and deviated it from the path dictated by the Time Keepers. However, he is saved by an agent named Mobius who asks Judge Ravonna Renslayer to let Loki help them capture a Time Criminal that has been attacking their soldiers, the Minutemen, during field missions.

Mobius interviews Loki to learn what is the motivation behind his actions and why he desires to rule. After some back and forth, realizing that the TVA is omnipotent, and learning that his fate is not to rule but to be killed by Thanos at a later point on the timeline, Loki admits to Mobius that he dislikes harming others and that he is a villain just because he feels that he has to be. Mobius, taking pity on Loki, tells him that he cannot do anything about his destiny, but he can bring him on as an agent to hunt the rogue Time Criminal, revealing that this criminal is another Loki Variant. Loki quickly discovers that his other Variant has been hiding in apocalyptic scenarios and he and the TVA chase the criminal down, only to discover that the Variant is a female version of him who goes by the name Sylvie. While chasing her, Loki accidentally ends up stranded in an apocalypse on Lamentis with her.

The pair bonds while trying to escape Lamentis. Because Sylvie had used her magic to enchant members of the TVA and saw their minds, Loki learns from her that the agents are all actually Variants who have been taken from their timelines and had their memories erased to work for the TVA. She further reveals to Loki that she was taken by the TVA as a child and has been trying to get revenge on them by dismantling the organization. When they are about to die at the apocalypse, Loki and Sylvie share a sentimental moment, causing an unusual nexus event resulting in a straight-up branch, so the TVA shows up and captures them. Mobius interrogates Loki and realizes that the event was caused because Loki and Sylvie, two versions of the same being, were falling in love. Loki warns Mobius about the members of the TVA being Variants, and the agent later confirms it by seeing a report of a Hunter that was enchanted by Sylvie and became aware of being a Variant. Hunter B-15, who also had been enchanted, confronts Sylvie and also learns the truth. Ravonna realizes what is happening and has Mobius pruned when he tries to help Loki. She also tries to have Loki and Sylvie pruned by the Time Keepers, but they are saved by B-15. After beheading one of the Time Keepers, they learn that they are just mindless androids, then Ravonna prunes Loki while he is distracted trying to confess his love to Sylvie.

Loki winds up in the Void, where he meets other versions of himself who have all been pruned from different realities and has to escape from a giant cloud being called Alioth, who consumes everything sent to the Void. Sylvie learns that Ravonna doesn't know who the creator of the TVA is and wants answers. Ravonna tells Sylvie about the Void and briefly pretends to ally with her. When Ravonna tries to backstab her, Sylvie prunes herself to find Loki. In the Void, Loki (along with Classic Loki, Kid Loki and Alligator Loki) meet up with Sylvie and Mobius. Mobius uses a TemPad to get back to the TVA while Loki stays with Sylvie to battle and enchant Alioth, as they think the person responsible for the TVA is hiding beyond the Void and using the creature as a gatekeeper. Classic Loki returns to help the pair and ends up sacrificing himself, being devoured by Alioth in the process. At the TVA, Mobius attempts to take on Ravonna and reveals that he found out about her origins on the Sacred Timeline. Ravonna tells him that even after knowing that the Time Keepers are fake, she still believes in the cause of the organization, then she packs her things and leaves with the intent to find the actual person behind the TVA.

After enchanting Alioth, Loki and Sylvie find a Citadel and meet the mascot of the TVA, Miss Minutes, who says that the creator of the TVA can grant them anything they want and even put them on the timeline together if they accept his offer, but the pair refuses, saying that they will decide their own destiny. Then, they encounter a man simply called He Who Remains, who reveals that not only did he create the TVA but that he also plotted their every move for them to meet him. He explains that his own Variants caused a Multiversal War a long time ago when they fought for the supremacy of their own timelines, almost destroying everything. With this, he says that he controlled Alioth and organized a single timeline to eliminate his Variants and end the war, and then created the TVA to avoid further branches. He offers them two choices: run the TVA in his place and keep his other Variants at bay, or kill him which will free the Sacred Timeline and unleash his evil Variants in the Multiverse. He also reveals that he has been doing his job for a long time, being too old and tired to continue, so he looked for a successor and now the perfect replacement came to him as a pair.

Loki and Sylvie fight, because he wants to avoid the Multiversal War while she wants her revenge and thinks that Loki just wants to replace He Who Remains. Loki tries to stop Sylvie and tells her that he is not interested in ruling the TVA because he only cares about her well-being. Sylvie becomes emotional and kisses Loki, but she still uses a TemPad to send him back to the TVA to be able to complete her mission. She kills He Who Remains, though she feels unfulfilled from her decision. With He Who Remains dead, the Sacred Timeline is freed, branching off multiple times irreversibly. At the TVA, after grieving for failing to stop Sylvie, Loki attempts to tell Mobius and B-15 what has transpired, but they do not recognize him. Loki then sees a statue of He Who Remains replacing the statues of the Time Keepers.

Season Two[]

Loki is chased by the TVA, who doesn't recognize him. He suddenly begins "time slipping", randomly being pulled to different points in time. After being in the past TVA, he makes it back to the present time, when everyone remembers him, as the TVA inform the judges about the news that they are all Variants pulled from different points in time to serve He Who Remains. Mobius takes Loki to see Ouroboros, or O.B, for short, who through Loki's time slipping, is able to create a device that is capable of yanking Loki from the timeline via the Temporal Loom, situated outside the TVA and constantly pelting out dangerous temporal radiation. Loki and Mobius then begin searching for Sylvie, who traveled to Broxton, Oklahoma in 1982 and started working at a McDonald's. To find her, Loki and Mobius track down a Hunter who has been living as an actor in 1977 named Brad Wolfe. He refuses to talk, but they manage to coax him into revealing Sylvie's whereabouts. Sylvie refuses to help as she just wants a peaceful life on her new timeline. However, Brad lets slip that a TVA General, named Dox, is threatening to bomb the branches on the timeline to restore normalcy. While Loki, Mobius, and Sylvie defeat Dox and her followers, they are unable to save many of the branches. Despite this, the branches begin forming again and O.B. reveals that the Loom will cause a meltdown. In order to fix it, they need either Miss Minutes or a temporal aura scan of He Who Remains.

Meanwhile, Ravonna and Miss Minutes are hard at work creating another He Who Remains through a Variant of him from 1893 named Victor Timely, and give him a copy of the TVA Guidebook when he is a child. Loki and Mobius are able to track Ravonna and Miss Minutes through the judge's TemPad but end up finding Timely, who is a huckster but a genius nonetheless. Victor is caught between Loki and Mobius against Ravonna and Miss Minutes, made all the more difficult with the arrival of Sylvie, who insists on killing him to avoid another disaster. During the scuffle, Miss Minutes betrays Ravonna, showing a twisted loving devotion towards Victor, and he is forced to shut her off using the TemPad. All parties arrive with Sylvie eventually choosing to spare Victor and him leaving with Loki and Mobius. Sylvie tosses Ravonna to the crumbling Citadel at the End of Time, where a dead He Who Remains is. Ravonna calls Miss Minutes, who reveals that Ravonna worked close to He Who Remains in the past and commanded his army during the war, but he erased everyone's memories including hers afterwards. The two decide to team up to abandon He Who Remains and take full control of the TVA.

Loki, Mobius, Sylvie, O.B., Casey, Hunter B-15, and Victor work together to fix the Loom, which can go at critical any time. Victor and O.B. bond over their shared interest in science and the TVA Guidebook, discovering that they both learned from one another. Ravonna and Miss Minutes recruit Brad and kill Dox and the rest of the TVA defectors and kidnap Victor. O.B. reboots the TVA system to lock Miss Minutes out, resetting her, while Sylvie enchants Brad into pruning Ravonna. O.B. creates the Throughput Multiplier to expand the Loom and manage the branches thoroughly. Victor volunteers to attach the device to fix the Loom, but the temporal radiation becomes too strong and Victor is killed. The Loom explodes and Loki finds himself time slipping again, this time witnessing moments in time literally unraveling. Loki finds each of his friends at different points in time. Casey is the Alcatraz escapee Frank Morris from 1962, Hunter B-15 is Dr. Willis from 2012, Mobius is single dad and jet ski salesman Don from 2022, and O.B. is failed science fiction writer and professor A.D. Doug from 1994. Loki informs Doug about his predicament and is given a TemPad to work with. Together, they convince Don, Willis, and Frank to come with them to help save time. Loki locates Sylvie, who still remembers everything but initially refuses to help. She convinces him to simply let things be as they are, but she turns around when she begins witnessing time unravel as well. As everything begins to disappear again, Loki finally learns to control his time slipping and goes back to the point when Victor was heading towards the Loom.

Loki begins to time slip back several times, first by having Victor get to the Loom faster, but then spends literal centuries to learn about engineering to help O.B. and Victor build the Throughput Multiplier. He even goes back further so that he can get the group together quicker and end Ravonna and Miss Minutes vendetta. After many failed attempts, the group finally succeeds in their mission, but the Loom continues to overload. They are unable to adapt the Loom with the branches infinitely multiplying. Loki in desperation goes back to the point where Sylvie tries to kill He Who Remains. He attempts to calmly stop her, but he cannot prevent He Who Remains' death. Eventually, Loki asks He Who Remains why he doesn't fight back and he reveals that not only can he stop Sylvie with a push of a button but also that he prepared for Loki to end up in this exact time loop situation. Loki, having had the same conversation with He Who Remains several times, reveals that he can now control time as well. He Who Remains informs Loki that the Loom is actually a failsafe designed to protect the Sacred Timeline only, so it will never adapt to handle the new branches. He tells Loki to make the tough decision, either kill Sylvie and maintain the Sacred Timeline or destroy the Loom and risk the start of a war that will destroy of the entire Multiverse.

Loki goes back to his interrogation with Mobius and becomes candid with him about what his purpose his. Mobius recalls the moment that he hesitated over pruning a child, but that Ravonna stepped in to help him, pruning the child herself. Purpose involves accepting the tough choices. Loki thanks him and leaves. Loki goes visit Sylvie at the point he learned to control his time slipping. He tells her about the Loom being a failsafe to protect the Sacred Timeline and that the only way to save the Multiverse is to stop her from killing He Who Remains, possibly killing her, and asks for her opinion. Sylvie rejects the idea of only protecting the Sacred Timeline and removing everyone's free will again. She argues that sometimes things need to be destroyed, which makes Loki realize that he could replace what was destroyed for something better. Loki goes back to the Loom's destruction. He ventures towards the Loom without protective gear and dons a new costume, ripping apart the Loom killing the branches. To the awe of his friends, Loki takes all the branches and imbues them with his energy, then goes to the end of time and sits upon the throne of the crumbled Citadel. He takes the branches and attaches them to himself, molding them into a tree.

Sometime afterwards, B-15 and Casey lead the TVA in tracking He Who Remains' Variants. O.B. reawakens Miss Minutes after she essentially had her sinister intentions erased during the reset, but B-15 fears she might become deranged again. Mobius tells B-15 that he is leaving the TVA. O.B. creates copies of a second edition of the TVA Guidebook, but young Victor does not receive his. Ravonna awakens in the Void to see Alioth approaching her. Mobius watches his real life from afar and is joined by Sylvie, who comforts him. At the end of time, Loki still sits on his throne, isolating himself to watch over the Multiverse for eternity like He Who Remains did.

Cast[]

Starring[]

Guest Starring[]

  • Michael Rose as Minutemen
  • Derek Russo as Hunter U-92
  • Erika Coleman as Flight Attendant
  • Cailey Fleming as Kid Sylvie
  • Jaimie Alexander as Sif

Production[]

It was reported on February 15, 2019, by The Hollywood Reporter, that Loki, one of the first series that Marvel Studios will be making for Disney's streaming service, Disney+, landed Michael Waldron as its point person. Waldron will write the pilot, act as show creator and exec produce the series.

Season 2 was announced on July 14, 2021.[1] Filming of season 2 is planned to start in Summer of 2022, in the UK.[2]

On February 17, 2022, Deadline reported that Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead were hired to direct the majority of the second season, after working on Moon Knight, as well as Eric Martin will write the entire season.[3]

In May 2022, it was revealed that the second season of the series was scheduled to start production on June 6 in London.[4]

Filming of season 2 started on June 6, 2022.[5]

On October 16, 2022, it was reported that filming for the second season had officially wrapped.[6]

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Trivia[]

  • This series ties into Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which had Kang as the main villain.
  • Loki was also promoted as directly tied into Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.[7] Surprisingly, this series turned out to have no direct connection to it, despite both productions being about the Multiverse and both having Michael Waldron as head writer.
    • According to Michael Waldron, the connection between Loki and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was not needed and it felt like they were just reaching.[8]
    • Despite this, Kevin Feige and the producer Richie Palmer explain that it was what Loki and Sylvie did at the end of Loki season 1 (with the "activation" of the Multiverse) that led to the possibilities seen in What If...?, Spider-Man: No Way Home and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.[9]
  • This is currently the only Disney+ Marvel live-action show to get a second season.
  • This is the first Disney+ Marvel live-action show to have a physical media release (in which case, 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray).
    • It is also the second Disney+ original series overall to have such a release after The Beatles: Get Back.

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Marvel Television: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2015-2020) • Agent Carter (2015-2016) • Daredevil (2015-2018) • Jessica Jones (2015-2019) • Luke Cage (2016-2018) • Iron Fist (2017-2018) • The Defenders (2017) • Inhumans (2017) • The Punisher (2017-2019) • Runaways (2017-2019) • Cloak & Dagger (2018-2019) • Helstrom (2020)

Marvel Studios: WandaVision (2021) • The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (2021) • Loki (2021-present) • What If...? (2021-present) • Hawkeye (2021) • Moon Knight (2022) • Ms. Marvel (2022) • I Am Groot (2022-2023) • She-Hulk: Attorney at Law (2022) • Secret Invasion (2023) • Echo (2024)
Upcoming: Agatha All Along (2024) • Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man (2024) • Eyes of Wakanda (2024) • Daredevil: Born Again (2025) • Ironheart (2025) • Marvel Zombies (2025) • Wonder Man (TBA) • Untitled Olympians series (TBA) • Vision Quest (TBA)

Marvel Cinematic Universe TV specials
Werewolf by Night (2022) • The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special (2022)

Upcoming: Untitled Nova film (TBA)

Animation
The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010-2012) • Ultimate Spider-Man (2012-2017) • Avengers Assemble (2013-2019) • Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013-2015) • Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (2014-2015) • Guardians of the Galaxy (2015-2019) • Marvel Future Avengers (2017-2018) • Spider-Man (2017-2020) • M.O.D.O.K. (2021) • Hit-Monkey (2021-present) • Spidey and his Amazing Friends (2021-present) • Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (2023-present) • LEGO Marvel Avengers: Code Red (2023)X-Men '97 (2024-present)
Video games
Marvel Avengers: Battle for EarthMarvel: Contest of ChampionsMarvel: Avengers AllianceMarvel vs. Capcom: InfiniteMarvel's AvengersMarvel Tsum Tsum
See Also
Marvel EntertainmentMarvel StudiosMarvel AnimationMarvel TelevisionMarvel PressMarvel MusicMarvel ProductionsMarvel Studios Animation


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Movies
2019: Lady and the TrampNoelleTogo

2020: Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were MadeStargirlArtemis FowlHamiltonMagic CampThe One and Only IvanPhineas and Ferb the Movie: Candace Against the UniverseSecret Society of Second-Born RoyalsCloudsBlack BeautyGodmotheredSafetySoul
2021: Flora & UlyssesRaya and the Last DragonLucaHome Sweet Home AloneDiary of a Wimpy Kid
2022: The Ice Age Adventures of Buck WildTurning RedCheaper by the DozenBetter Nate Than EverSneakerellaChip 'n Dale Rescue RangersHollywood StargirlRiseZombies 3PinocchioHocus Pocus 2DisenchantedDiary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick RulesNight at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises Again
2023: Chang Can DunkProm PactPeter Pan & WendyCraterWorld's BestDashing Through the SnowDiary of a Wimpy Kid Christmas: Cabin Fever
2024: Descendants: The Rise of Red

Documentaries
One Day at Disney (2019-present) • Dolphin Reef (2020) • Elephant (2020) • A Celebration of the Music from Coco (2020) • Howard (2020) • Inside Pixar (2020) • Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions (2020) • Director by Night (2022) • Idina Menzel: Which Way to the Stage? (2022) • Mickey: The Story of a Mouse (2022) • Encanto at the Hollywood Bowl (2022) • Stan Lee (2023) • The Beatles: Let It Be (2024) • Jim Henson Idea Man (2024) • Tiger (2024)
Shorts
Lamp Life (2020) • Once Upon a Snowman (2020) • 22 vs. Earth (2021) • Ciao Alberto (2021) • Remembering (2022) • Zen - Grogu and Dust Bunnies (2022) • Le Pupille (2022) • The Shepherd (2023)
Premier Access
Mulan (2020) • Raya and the Last Dragon (2021) • Cruella (2021) • Black Widow (2021) • Jungle Cruise (2021)
Scripted series
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (2019-2023) • Diary of a Future President (2020-2021) • The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers (2021-2022) • Big Shot (2021-2022) • The Mysterious Benedict Society (2021-2022) • Turner & Hooch (2021) • Monsters at Work (2021-present) • Chip 'n' Dale: Park Life (2021-present) • Doogie Kameāloha, M.D. (2021-2023) • Just Beyond (2021) • The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder (2022-present) • Willow (2022-2023) • National Treasure: Edge of History (2022-2023) • The Muppets Mayhem (2023) • American Born Chinese (2023) • FreeKs (2023-present) • L-Pop (2023) • Percy Jackson and the Olympians (2023-present) • Iwájú (2024)

Star Wars: The Mandalorian (2019-present) • Star Wars: The Bad Batch (2021-2024) • The Book of Boba Fett (2022-2023) • Obi-Wan Kenobi (2022) • Andor (2022-present) • Star Wars: Tales (2022-2024) • Ahsoka (2023-present) • The Acolyte (2024)
Marvel: WandaVision (2021) • The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (2021) • Loki (2021-2023) • What If...? (2021-present) • Hawkeye (2021) • Moon Knight (2022) • Ms. Marvel (2022) • She-Hulk: Attorney at Law (2022) • Secret Invasion (2023) • Echo (2024) • X-Men '97 (2024-present)

Docuseries
Marvel's Hero Project (2019-2020) • The Imagineering Story (2019) • The World According to Jeff Goldblum (2019-2023) • Pick of the Litter (2019-2020) • Prop Culture (2020) • Muppets Now (2020) • Earth to Ned (2020-2021) • The Magic of Disney's Animal Kingdom (2020-present) • 616 (2020) • Into the Unknown: Making Frozen II (2020) • Marvel Studios: Legends (2021-present) • Marvel Studios: Assembled (2021-present) • Behind the Attraction (2021-2023) • The Beatles: Get Back (2021) • MPower (2023) • Secrets of the Elephants (2023-present) • Ed Sheeran: The Sum of It All (2023) • Choir (2024)
Reality and competition shows
Encore! (2019-2020) • Be Our Chef (2020-present) • The Big Fib (2020) • The Quest (2022)
Shorts series
Forky Asks a Question (2019-2020) • Pixar: In Real Life (2019-present) • SparkShorts (2019-present) • One Day at Disney (2019-present) • Short Circuit (2020-2022) • Zenimation (2020-present) • The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse (2020-2023) • Pixar Popcorn (2021-present) • Launchpad (2021-present) • How to Stay at Home (2021) • Dug Days (2021) • Star Wars: Visions (2021-present) • Baymax! (2022) • Ice Age: Scrat Tales (2022) • I Am Groot (2022-2023) • Cars on the Road (2022) • Zootopia+ (2022) • Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire (2023)
Other
Arendelle Castle Yule Log (2019) • Black Is King (2020) • The LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special (2020) • High School Musical: The Musical: The Holiday Special (2020) • Muppets Haunted Mansion (2021) • Werewolf by Night (2022) • The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special (2022) • LEGO Marvel Avengers: Code Red (2023)
Cancelled projects
Muppets Live Another DayBook of Enchantment
Upcoming
Films: Aladdin: Live from the West End (TBA) • Three Men and a Baby (TBA) • The Return of the Rocketeer (TBA) • Sister Act 3: Kicking the Habit (TBA) • Flight of the Navigator (TBA) • Once on This Island (TBA) • Song for a Whale (TBA) • Superfudge (TBA) • Robin Hood (TBA) • The Sword in the Stone (TBA) • Inspector Gadget (TBA) • Untitled Nova film (TBA)

Shows: Agatha All Along (2024) • Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man (2024) • Eyes of Wakanda (2024) • Marvel Zombies (2024) • Win or Lose (2024) • Tiana (2024) • Skeleton Crew (2024) • Daredevil: Born Again (2025) • Ironheart (2025) • The Witchverse (TBA) • Darkwing Duck (TBA) • Wonder Man (TBA) • Twisted Wonderland (TBA) • King Kong (TBA) • Vision Quest (TBA) • A Crown of Wishes (TBA) • Witch Mountain (TBA) • Gargoyles (TBA) • The Doomies (TBA) • TaleSpin (TBA)

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