Wednesday is the new Friday. Note in your diary that Loki, the next series from Marvel Studios, will arrive earlier than expected on Disney + and will air every Wednesday starting June 9.
Loki, the next series from Marvel Studios, has been overdue since the end of the broadcast of Falcon and the Winter Soldier. First scheduled for May, it was finally moved to June 11 on Disney +. But Tom Hiddleston, the interpreter of Thor’s brother, has just announced in an offbeat video that Loki will now be available on Disney + from June 9.
The God of Malice has struck again and explains to us that the “Wednesday is the new Friday”. So the recurrence day for Loki’s episodes will not be Friday, as it was for WandaVision and Falcon and the Winter Soldier, but Wednesday.
A delicious way for Loki to stand out from the Avengers but also surely for Disney to leave its Friday box to the animated series Star Wars: The Bad Batch. As a reminder, Loki takes place after the events recounted in Avengers: Endgame and features the God of Mischief just after he frees himself from his brother Thor.
In this series directed by Kate Herron and written by Michael Waldron, Tom Hiddleston will obviously resume his role of Loki and will be surrounded by Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, Wunmi Mosaku and Richard E. Grant. After having once again recovered the Tesseract, the God of Malice will have to deal with the TVA, the Authority of Temporal Variations.