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Loki Producer Says Season 2 Will Go to ‘Profound Places’ After Episode 4’s Wild Cliffhanger – IGN

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Warning: This article contains full spoilers for Loki Season 2 Episode 4, which is now streaming on Disney+.

Loki Episode 4 ended on a shocking cliffhanger that Marvel producer Kevin Wright says will impact the rest of Season 2 and allow the story to go to “some profound places” in its final chapters.

Episode 4 of Loki Season 2, Heart of the TVA, sees the TVA’s Temporal Loom reach catastrophic failure, leading to the death of a major character and the possible destruction of at least one, if not all, universes in the MCU. The show’s heroes watch in horror as the Loom explodes, and then the episode abruptly fades to black.

With no post-credits scene and only two episodes left of the season, viewers will have to wait a whole week to witness what happens next. Fortunately, Wright gave GamesRadar a teaser, explaining that this event accelerates the story and opens the door to cover “new ground” leading up to the finale on November 9.

“This idea of story acceleration. If the season seems like it’s going to be about fixing that Temporal Loom, what if that just… breaks right in the middle of the season and everything goes wrong?” Wright quizzed. “Not only did it allow us a really great cliffhanger, but where you go after that is totally new territory then.”

“If the first four episodes of season 2 are about things falling apart or not working; choices being made that maybe aren’t the right choices, then the back half can really allow us to go to some, hopefully, profound places,” he explained further, adding that “it’s gonna be new ground” moving forward through the season.

Episode 4 sets up the final two episodes of Season 2 while simultaneously tearing up the rulebook, leaving viewers to sit on their feelings until the next chapter arrives. The general consensus from the crowd was shock and disbelief, especially over the fact they have to “wait another week after that ending.”

IGN’s review of Loki Season 2 Episodes 1-4 noted that “Tom Hiddleston’s Loki is back for more multiversal shenanigans, but the absence of director Kate Herron seems to have sapped the wily fun from his Disney+ spinoff,” making it “an obedient, uninteresting cog in the MCU’s increasingly unwieldy mega-structure.”

Adele Ankers-Range is a freelance entertainment writer for IGN. You can follow her on X @AdeleAnkers.





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