Ever since Moon Knight completed its first season on Disney+ earlier this year, fans have been hopeful that the series would return for another outing. While the series was initially billed as a limited series, leading up to the show’s finale, Marvel Studios notably changed its promotional wording from “series finale” to “season finale.” This led to plenty of speculation that, unfortunately, has yet to result in an official confirmation that the series has been renewed. In a new interview with head writer Jeremy Slater, he revealed that he has not yet been contacted about a second season.
When asked by Playlist if he’d heard about a second season of Moon Knight, Slater revealed that hadn’t heard anything. “I haven’t had any conversations with Marvel. I think a lot of those decisions are ultimately going to be in the hands of Kevin Feige because he’s the guy with the master plan,” he told the outlet. “And of course, Oscar Isaac, because he’s not signed up for the sort of traditional seven-film contract or whatever other actors have signed. Oscar has the ability to do as much or as little “Moon Knight” as he wants to. I think he had a great time playing the character, and I think he really enjoyed the process and is happy he did it. But I also think he’s not a guy who’s going to rush in and just sort of churn out a sequel just because the first one was popular.”
Isaac, of course, stated he would gladly return for a second season, but only if the story under the right circumstances. He’d confirmed back in May that there’d been no official plans to continue the series, however, the right story could get him to return so long as it made sense.
Moon Knight is currently streaming on Disney+.