There has been much debate on which Disney+ shows might get a second season. WandaVision had a very clear-cut end for its story, and the nominations as a Limited Series put the final nail on a potential renewal. Falcon and the Winter Soldier seemed like a likely candidate, but there hasn’t been any news on it, as Marvel Studios is moving forward with a fourth Captain America film. Loki seemed like a very likely candidate, especially as there have been rumblings for almost a year now about a potential renewal. Well, after a long wait, the finale finally rolled around and confirmed the second season in a clever post-credits sequence with a stamp on his Time Variance Authority File.
It’s officially our second series by Marvel Studios to get a second season, as What If was confirmed some time ago. The ending of the first season perfectly left the door open to explore the franchise and the TVA in creative ways moving forward. There are plenty of unanswered questions that are worth exploring, especially with no exact date given when the series will return.
There are some multiverse-focused stories heading our way that may tie into the events of the series. Even the first episode had a line that directly played on the upcoming Doctor Strange sequel, Multiverse of Madness. Marvel Studios’ first animated series focuses on characters we’ve come to love over the years, but in very different scenarios. Marvel Studios is just getting started, and it’s going to be interesting to see where the franchise is heading moving forward.