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Loki writer reveals the Marvel series originally ended after one season

Rocky lead writer Michael Waldron revealed that the Marvel Disney Plus series originally ended with its first season.

The show, which follows Tom Hiddleston’s titular imposter god, ends with an end credit scene revealing that Loki season 2 is in progress.

“Originally, I mean, I really thought and wrote a lot of the show like it was just a season, and that was the best way to do those things,” Waldron told the playlist. “Honestly, that’s how it works, even though I know we’re going to have a second season. I think it’s important that each season really stands on its own. So, yeah, I mean, it became obvious, Even though we’re doing this and the sixth episode is still being perfected, it feels like, hey, this actor, this world is amazing, wow, there’s more gas in the tank. Yeah, there’s definitely more stories to be had here Speak. Then we changed something.”

He added: “[There were] A million different endings. There will always be another ending. But there was the original season finale and I thought it was just for me. “

Waldron hasn’t revealed any details about the original ending, but with Season 1 introducing a variant of Kang the Conqueror who still exists and opens up the multiverse, it’s hard to imagine how this all ended so neatly.

Loki writer’s next Marvel project is Doctor Strange 2 – he wrote the script. The film will also be about the multiverse, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as the titular wizard, Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff, Benedict Wong as Wong, and Hochtel Gomer Esther as American Chavez.

Doctor Strange 2 is set to hit theaters on May 6, while Loki season 2 has no release date yet. In the meantime, check out our ultimate Marvel Phase 4 guide for everything else the MCU has in store for us, and if you haven’t already, sign up for Disney Plus here.

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Loki writer reveals the Marvel series originally ended after one season

Loki head writer Michael Waldron has revealed that the Marvel Disney Plus series originally ended with season 1.
The show, which followed Tom Hiddleston’s titular trickster god, ended with a post-credits scene reveal that Loki season 2 is on the way.
“Originally, I mean, I really conceive and wrote a lot of the show kind of operating as though it would just be one season, which is the best way to do these things,” Waldron told The Playlist. “And frankly, this is how I would’ve operated, even if I had known we were going to get a second season. I think it’s important for each season to really stand alone as its own thing. And so, yeah, I mean, it became clear, even as we were making it and still kind of refining episode six, that it felt like hey, this cast, this world is great and wow, there’s a lot more gas left in the tank. And yeah, there is certainly more story to tell here. And so that’s when we sort of shifted some things.”
He added: “[There were] a million different endings. There’s always a different ending. But there was the original one season-ending, which I guess is just for me.”
Waldron didn’t reveal any specifics on what the original ending involved, but with season 1 introducing Kang the Conqueror variant He Who Remains and breaking open the multiverse, it’s difficult to imagine just how everything was wrapped up neatly.
The Loki writer’s next Marvel project to hit our screens is Doctor Strange 2 – he penned the screenplay. That film will also deal with the multiverse, and stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the titular sorcerer, Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff, Benedict Wong as Wong, and Xochitl Gomez as America Chavez.
Doctor Strange 2 arrives this May 6, while Loki season 2 doesn’t yet have a release date. In the meantime, check out our ultimate guide to Marvel Phase 4 for everything else the MCU has in store for us – and if you’re not signed up already, subscribe to Disney Plus here. 

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