Loki season 2: next episode, trailer, cast and everything we know about the Marvel series

Tom Hiddleston as Loki in Loki season 2
(Image credit: Marvel Studios)

Everyone’s favorite God of Mischief is back in action with Loki season 2. The sophomore season of the hit Disney Plus series is set to be one of the big TV shows of the fall season, so here's everything you need to know about Loki season 2. 

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Next episode of Loki season 2 

New episodes of Loki season 2 premiere every Thursday at 9 pm ET/6 pm PT on Disney Plus. 

The season finale airs November 9. We'll add in more information once it's available.  

Loki season 1 debuted in June 2021. 

Loki season 2 episodes

Loki season 2 episode 1: "Ouroboros"
"Loki finds himself lost to time and torn, quite literally, between past, present and future."

Loki season 2 episode 2: "Breaking Brad"
With the TVA on the verge of a temporal meltdown, Loki & Mobius will stop at nothing to find Sylvie.

Loki season 2 episode 3: "1893"
"Loki and Mobius go on the hunt for everyone's favorite cartoon clock as they try to save the TVA."

Loki season 2 episode 4: "Heart of the TVA"
"The TVA's Loom nears catastrophic failure, but Loki, Mobius and Sylvie have a He Who Remains variant."

Loki season 2 episode 5: "Science/Fiction"
"Loki traverses dying timelines in an attempt to find his friends, but Reality is not what it seems."

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Loki season 2 cast

We don’t know the full cast list yet, but we do know that Tom Hiddleston reprises his role as Loki and Owen Wilson returns as Mobius M. Mobius. 

Sophia Di Martino is also reprising her role as Sylvie. Gugu Mbatha-Raw is back as  Ravonna Renslayer, Eugene Cordero returns as Casey and Wunmi Mosaku once again plays Hunter B-15.  

During the D23 Expo, Everything Everywhere All at Once star Ke Huy Quan was announced as the newest cast member. Based on panel observations, it looks like he’ll play a member of the Time Variance Authority. Also new to the cast is Rafael Casal.

It’s highly likely that Jonathan Majors will also return in season 2, only this time as Kang the Conqueror. His involvement in the series might be in a limited capacity as Kang is also the villain in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. According to TV Insider, the footage shown during the D23 Expo panel featured a glimpse of Kang's influence on Loki's new shattered multiverse, one that includes a gold statue in Kang's likeness on display at the TVA.

Loki season 2 plot

Not much is known about the plot for Loki season 2, but Hiddleston and Wilson hinted at what’s to come during the Loki presentation at D23 Expo in September 2022. 

"Season 2 picks up where season 1 left off," Hiddleston told the room. "Loki is back in the TVA and Mobius doesn’t seem to know who he is."

"It’s a little bit like that Talking Heads song," Wilson agreed. "And in season 2 we’re going to answer, 'How did I get here?'"

Series writer Eric Martin, who wrote all of the season 1 episodes, is returning to write the episodes in the second season, while Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead (who directed Moon Knight) are behind the camera for several Loki season 2 episodes. 

Loki season 2 trailer

The official trailer for Loki season 2 is here, showing the God of Mischief back in action with Mobius, trying to prevent war from breaking out across the timelines. The big problem, though, is that Loki keeps time slipping, something that shouldn't be possible within the TVA but is happening nonetheless. 

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How to watch Loki season 2

Loki is a Disney Plus exclusive. If you don’t have a Disney Plus subscription, you can choose from the options below, including the Disney Bundle that combines Disney Plus, Hulu and ESPN Plus. 

Loki season 2 poster

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Sarabeth Pollock
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