We are nearing the end of the second Marvel series to air on the Disney + streaming platform. This Friday, April 23rd, we will discover the 6th and final episode of this first season. But is a sequel planned? What about WandaVision, the first series that aired recently? A similar question for Loki, the third Marvel series for fans to experience.
Marvel won’t systematically offer a second season … but leaves room for doubt
The question had already arisen after WandaVision. The Paul Bettany and Elizabeth Olsen show struggled to hit audiences due to very special first episodes, but the series then wowed fans. Season 2 is not currently on the table, even if the possibilities are there. At the time, Kevin Feige refused to say a definite no.
I’ve been at Marvel long enough not to say a definitive no to a project, not even a sequel to WandaVision.
What about Falcon and the winter soldier? According to producer Nate Moore, the final episode, which airs this week, sets the stage for new adventures for the characters of Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan. He also judges that the series is much more conducive to a sequel than WandaVision. However, at this time no confirmation has been given and the program has always been presented as a miniseries. However, given the number of series already planned, don’t expect a second season to arrive quickly.
Finally, in a couple of weeks, we can spot Loki with Tom Hiddleston. For Nate Moore, however, this is also the same situation. The series is particularly suitable for sequels. The concept of time travel, but also the diverse identities that Loki can assume, prove to be the ideal cocktail to make the pleasure permanent.
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