“Loki” hits Disney+ earlier than expected, here’s the release date
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This big Marvel show will officially arrive on Disney+ a couple of days earlier than expected. Read along to get details on the release date, the number of episodes, how to watch, and more.
“Loki” hits Disney+ a couple of days than expected
The upcoming Marvel’s original series on Disney Plus is set to hit the streaming service on June 9, 2021, instead of June 11. That is a Wednesday, not Friday!
Like other original series from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) such as “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” and “WandaVision”, “Loki '' will also be quite different from what Marvel fans have seen before.
What’s “Loki” about?
In the new series, Loki (starring Tom Hiddleston) focuses on time travel and repairing broken timelines. To be a bit more specific, the show will address a time-travel issue raised in Avengers: Endgame, in which an alternate Loki steals a mystical artifact named the Tesseract and creates a new timeline. Loki is caught by the Timekeepers in “Loki,” and they ask him to help them fix the damage that he caused when he used the Tesseract.
Release dates for full Loki episodes
Loki's first season has six episodes, with each episode being released weekly on Wednesdays at 12 AM PT/ 3 AM ET and lasting between 40 and 50 minutes. According to Cnet, a second season of the show is already in the works. What amazing news!
Loki's first season has six episodes, released on every Wednesdays
Here are the specific release dates for all 6 episodes of the show on Disney Plus:
Episode 1: Available Wednesday, June 9th
Episode 2: Available Wednesday, June 16th
Episode 3: Available Wednesday, June 23rd
Episode 4: Available Wednesday, June 30th
Episode 5: Available Wednesday, July 7th
Episode 6: Available Wednesday, July 14th
How to stream Loki on Disney Plus?
To watch Loki on Disney Plus, viewers will need to subscribe to this streaming service, which is the only place where the MCU series is available. Fortunately, Disney+ is one of the most widely available streaming services these days. Disney+ is available on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, and many others.
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