During Disney’s Upfront presentation on Tuesday, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige revealed that Loki was the most-watched show of any other Marvel series on Disney+, while also confirming the production start date for the second season.
During his remarks at the presentation (via Deadline), Feige called Loki a “bold swing” that ended up paying off for the company. Feige also confirmed recent rumors that Loki would begin filming its second season soon, saying that production would start in just a few weeks and that the entire cast of the first season was returning.
While we don’t know much about the upcoming second season of Loki, writer Michael Waldron — who served as head writer on Loki and as a writer on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness — told Deadline earlier this month that the team behind the series had found “new emotional ground to cover.”
Season 2 of Loki isn’t expected to air until early 2023. It’s currently unknown exactly what the season will address, especially following the chaotic end of the first series, which set up Kang as one of the bigger villains in the overarching Marvel Cinematic Universe while seemingly transporting Loki into a different universe entirely.