Disney+ Loki Series Reportedly Set for More Than One Season of Episodes

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November 08, 2019  03:12 PM



Marvel’s Loki series may have yet to make its big debut on Disney+, however, word is spreading that the show may get another batch of episodes on the Mickey Mouse House’s upcoming streaming site.

GWW just recently posted a breakdown of some of Marvel’s behind-the-scenes development of Loki, and it seems like the report reveals the studio’s plan for more seasons for the series. According to the report, Disney has been filing LLCs for production companies that are related to the Mickey Mouse House’s television and film properties that are about to begin production.

The publication managed to match each of the LLCs filed by Disney with a Marvel TV series or Phase 4 film announced around the same time each of the LLCs was filed. GWW uncovered Limbo Productions I LLC as the LLC for Marvel’s Loki live-action series.

According to the publication, the Roman numeral “1” in “Limbo Productions I LLC” means a whole lot in the production industry. It’s rare for a Marvel production company to be signified by “I” because the name indicates that the LLC is only “Part I” for the production.

If anything, this means that Marvel plans a “Part II,” or a “Part III” for the upcoming series.

While Marvel could change its mind as it continues to work on Loki, we wouldn’t be surprised to see the studio’s confidence in the project. After all, Tom Hiddleston’s Asgardian God of Mischief has always been a favorite among fans. We have a lot of faith that Loki is going to be a hit, though we’re still keeping our fingers crossed.

Loki is expected to premiere on Disney+ in Spring 2021.

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