In June, the new MCU series “Loki” starts at Disney +. Now the start has been brought forward, which also comes with a change that fans should definitely not miss.
After “ WandaVision ” and “ The Falcon and the Winter Soldier ”, eight new films and series await us in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) in 2021. Before “Black Widow” finally starts the first movie in 2019, fans can look forward to another Marvel series on Disney +: “ Loki ”.
The return of the joke god (Tom Hiddleston) now has two major changes. On the one hand, the debut of the series was brought forward by two days, “Loki” will now start on June 9, 2021, on Disney +. If you take a look at the calendar, you will find that the start of the series falls on a Wednesday. You should get used to this weekday because all “Loki” episodes are now released on Wednesdays, which officially means we have a Marvel Wednesday.
„Loki“ wohl wegen neuer „Star Wars“-Serie verschoben.
“Loki” probably postponed because of the new “Star Wars” series.
Disney + is changing its previous broadcast rhythm because “WandaVision” and “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” were each released on Fridays. That definitely had its advantage; Especially for the people who don’t always see the latest episode directly and so could relax and tune in on the weekend.
So why this change now, which “Loki” suddenly moves to the middle of the week? ” Star Wars: The Bad Batch ” is probably responsible. The new animated series made its debut on May 4th and will in turn present a new episode every Friday. Since the first season of “The Bad Batch” comprises 16 episodes, it dragged on accordingly. Disney probably didn’t want to publish two important formats regularly in one day for its streaming service when the week still offers six more days as alternatives. Anyone who is a “Star Wars” and Marvel fan can look forward to new supplies every Wednesday and Friday.
For friends of the MCU, it will also be interesting in July. The penultimate of the total of six episodes from season 1 of “Loki” is expected to be released on July 7th – one day before the theatrical release of “ Black Widow ” on July 8th, 2021. The MCU film should also be made available at Disney + at the same time. After a year break in 2020, the MCU is slowly but surely back in top form.
A wild trip awaits us in “Loki”: After escaping with the Tesseract from 2012, Loki ends up in the sights of the Time Variance Authority (TVA). She makes sure that the different timelines go their intended path, which Loki just violates. The TVA gives the Nordic god a choice: Either he will help stop an even greater threat – or he will be erased from reality forever.