Marvel confirms Disney+ premiere dates for Loki season 2 and Echo season 1
Marvel has confirmed when Loki season two and the new show Echo will land on Disney+.
On Twitter, Marvel revealed that the second season of Loki will premiere on October 6, 2023, and all episodes of Echo will drop on November 29, 2023.
It's interesting that Marvel is releasing all episodes of Echo at once since previous Marvel shows have had episodic releases.
Loki season two will see Tom Hiddleston return as the title character, with Owen Wilson back as Mobius M. Mobius. The first teaser for the new season was released back in December.
Echo is a spin-off of the Disney+ show Hawkeye and follows Alaqua Cox's titular character (otherwise known as Maya Lopez) as she returns to her hometown to confront her past and reconnect with her Native American roots.
The show will feature Marvel Studios' first-ever deaf lead in a TV series or film.
Alongside Cox, Echo will also star Zach McClarnon as William Lopez, Maya's deceased father, as well as Charlie Cox's Daredevil and Vincent D'Onofrio's Kingpin, who also showed up in Hawkeye.
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Echo showrunner Marion Dayre previously spoke about her experience making a TV show with Marvel, calling it a "crash course" in how to do things.
"It was kind of a crash course, you know, because I came in as a co-EP [executive producer] and then changed... that changed a little bit, and so I didn't start there at the ground level, but really like shifting and changing a process to work with deadlines," Dayre said.
"Like, Better Call Saul very much uses a brick-by-brick process where we essentially break each episode three times. You do sort of a general overall break, and then we lay out some arcs, and then we go back in and brick by brick."
Loki season 1 is streaming on Disney+. Season 2 premieres on October 6.
Echo season 1 drops on Disney+ on November 29.
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