Kevin Feige, producer and president of Marvel Studios and Chief Creative Officer, has announced the fall debut dates for “Loki” Season 2 and Season 1 of “Hawkeye” spin-off “Echo” on Disney+.
Loki – Season Two
The second season of Marvel Studios’ “Loki” with arrive on Disney+ on October 6, 2023, picking up immediately where Season 1 left off.
After Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) find themselves face to face with He Who Remains, Loki is transported back to the halls of the Time Variance Authority. However, this isn’t the TVA Loki knows…and no one knows him.
During D23 Expo 2022, Hiddleston teased that viewers will find Loki in a familiar, but strange, place.
“Loki is back at the TVA, he’s had a very difficult confrontation with Sylvie, and Mobius and Hunter B-15 don’t know who he is,” said Hiddleston.
Feige also said at D23 Expo 2022 that “Loki” Season 2 also directly connects to the larger Multiverse Saga of Phases 4, 5, and 6, but didn’t elaborate.
One thing we do know about this new season is that Oscar-winner Ke Huy Quan (“American Born Chinese) will be joining the series in an undisclosed role.
Echo – Season One
Marvel Studios’ “Echo” will arrive on November 29, 2023 on Disney+, and for the first time, all episodes will drop onto the streaming platform that day to binge.
This new series tells the origin story of Maya Lopez (Alaqua Cox), whose ruthless behavior in New York City during the “Hawkeye” series catches up with her in her hometown.
She must face her past, reconnect with her Native American roots, and embrace the meaning of family and community if she ever hopes to move forward.
“Echo” also stars Chaske Spencer (“Wild Indian”), Tantoo Cardinal (“Killers of the Flower Moon”), Devery Jacobs (FX’s “Reservation Dogs”), and Cody Lightning (“Hey, Viktor!”), with Graham Greene (“1883”) and Zahn McClarnon (FX’s “Reservation Dogs”). Vincent D’Onofrio also returns in his role of Wilson Fisk.
Episodes of the series are directed by Sydney Freeland (Navajo) and Catriona McKenzie (Gunaikurnai). Executive producers are Kevin Feige, Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Brad Winderbaum, Stephen Broussard, Richie Palmer, Marion Dayre, and Jason Gavin (Blackfeet). Co-executive producers are Amy Rardin, Sydney Freeland, Christina King (Seminole), and Jennifer Booth.