The series will see Tom Hiddleston return to the role of the God of Mischief, despite Loki’s death during Avengers: Infinity War at the hands of Thanos. Fortunately for fans, Loki subsequently returned during Avengers: Endgame when the Avengers went back in time to gather the infinity stones and he managed to escape capture using the Tesseract.
Plots details for the series are currently being kept under wraps, but the first trailer for the live-action series did provide some info. Loki will be working alongside Owen Wilson’s Mobius M. Mobius and the Time Variance Authority (TVA), which monitors the various realities within the Multiverse. Richard E. Grant is also confirmed to appear in the series, however, his role is currently unknown. Loki will also see the return of Jaimie Alexander as Lady Sif.
In a recent interview with Comic Book Movie, VFX supervisor, Brad Parker was asked about the visual effects on Loki. The interviewer mentioned that the series looks like it will be a crazy journey, and Parker agreed:
It was recently confirmed that Loki will release on June 11th. There have also been multiple reports that a second season of the series has been confirmed, with writer Michael Waldrom stating that he will be involved in season two of Loki “in some capacity”.