Loki Season 1: How many episodes for the Disney Plus series?

FIND OUT ABOUT THE NUMBER OF EPISODES LOKI SEASON 1 WILL BE ON DISNEY +!

Loki will be available on Disney Plus soon! If you want to know how many episodes there will be, read on! Following the resounding success of its two previous series, WandaVision, and Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Marvel Studios is set to launch its new series, Loki. Until a few years ago, concepts such as realities and alternate timelines were considered niche concepts. Still, the franchise has turned these concepts into mainstream tropes and is set to fully embrace their wacky and playful character with the new series created by Michael Waldron. If you want to know the release time and all the info on Episode 1, read this.

Tom Hiddleston reprises his role as the titular character from previous MCU films and is joined by Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, and Wunmi Mosaku in the lead roles. The series centers on an alternate version of Loki, who escapes during the watershed events of Avengers: Endgame. To learn more about Loki's Season 1 episode count, read on!

HOW MANY LOKI SEASON 1 EPISODE ARE ON DISNEY PLUS?

Like Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Loki Season 1 is slated to have 6 episodes. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has also confirmed that each episode of Loki will be 40 to 50 minutes long. This figure is in line with previous comments from the Marvel boss that the MCU series will have around six hours of content.

The series was originally scheduled to debut on Friday, June 11, but Marvel announced in a promotion featuring Hiddleston in May that it would be brought forward two days for a debut on Wednesday, June 9. The episodes will air every Wednesday for six weeks throughout the series. Unless the schedule changes or surprises, Loki's finale is slated to air on Wednesday, July 14.

The move to Wednesday is a change for the MCU. The two previous Disney + Phase 4 movies, WandaVision and Falcon and the Winter Soldier were released on Friday. While Loki enjoys his tricks, the switch to Wednesday seems purely strategic. Black Widow, the MCU's theatrical return since the pandemic, is currently slated for July 9.

If Loki had stayed on Friday, the projects would likely compete for fans. The move to Wednesday allows Loki's penultimate episode to be released two days before Black Widow, which perhaps gives enough space for both projects to be successful.

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