Since Marvel began filming Loki season 2 a few weeks ago, we have already seen a few set photographs. Next summer will see the launch of the series on Disney Plus, giving us plenty of time to anticipate what the God of Mischief will do next.

The most important episode of MCU Phase 4 so far is Loki. The first season's events are so significant that they have an impact on more than simply the events in Phase 4. Loki also prompts us to go back and reexamine earlier portions of the narrative and to reconsider key turning points like Infinity War and Endgame.

One of the best aspects of season 1 in retrospect was that the plot was never revealed. We had no idea what this Loki clone was planning or how significant the first season finale would be.

Loki also reveals that the Avengers' victory over Thanos (Josh Brolin) was predetermined to take place in that manner. Kang desired that those things happen in that order.

There’s now a new Kang at the TVA. That’s how season 1 ended. It’ll be interesting to see how Loki deals with that while trying to get a hold of Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino).

Additionally, according to these Loki season 2 plot spoilers, Chris Hemsworth will once more play Throg. He will reportedly become a Thor variation once Loki removes the enchantment.

Nevertheless, there is no way for us to confirm these statements. We don't have enough reason to believe it just because the action takes place in the 1970s. That's because we've previously seen set photographs for season 2 teasing this specific era.

Sylvie seems considerably more "civilian" thanks to her bangs and Egyptian totem earrings, even if she's still sporting what resembles her original Asgardian attire from Season 1.