One down, five to go. All eyes turn towards the Loki episode 2 release date. That's especially important this week because, as you may have noticed, Marvel has shunned its own Friday formula and opted for another day of the week to showcase the adventures of the God of Mischief.
Will it continue? And what time is episode 2 airing on Disney Plus? All good questions that we aim to answer. Our Loki release schedule acts as a cheat sheet for your next six weeks: you'll be able to plan your viewing habits around the TVA's exploits, as well as trying to guess which villain is behind everything. Plus, with spoilers always lingering as soon as a new episode drops, we'll make sure you have the Loki air time in both the US and UK so you can stream it wherever you live the second it's available.
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Loki episode 2 release date: when does the new episode air on Disney Plus?
Spoilers: It's not on a Friday. The Loki episode 2 release date is Wednesday, June 16.
We're expecting a similar time again: that's 12:00am (midnight) Pacific/3:00am Eastern in the US and 8am BST over in the UK. It’s worth checking in early, however. Loki might start messing around with time and drop the new instalment up to 15 minutes ahead of schedule.
Loki release schedule
The Loki release schedule, once you’ve gotten used to the change of days, is pretty straightforward: six episodes across six weeks, starting June 9. Episode 2 is on June 16, the third episode follows on June 23, and so on.
Here is the full schedule – so you can plan out your midweeks accordingly. All of the currently-aired episodes are in bold and we'll update the list below if there are any changes, so keep checking back.
- Loki episode 1 – June 9
- Loki episode 2 – June 16
- Loki episode 3 – June 23
- Loki episode 4 – June 30
- Loki episode 5 – July 7
- Loki episode 6 (finale) – July 14
Will all Loki episodes be airing on Wednesdays?
Yes! Loki himself, Tom Hiddleston, confirmed the news in a recent featurette. Why the change? It’s likely to avoid a clash with Marvel Phase 4 movie Black Widow, which is debuting in cinemas (and on Disney Plus’ Premiere Access) on Friday, July 9. The Mandalorian’s first season also aired an episode in the middle of the week to sidestep a head-to-head with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in 2019.
For more from the MCU, check out how to watch the Marvel movies in order if you need to catch up. For a look towards the future, here’s our guide all the new Marvel TV shows currently in the works. Plus, here's a Loki explainer on who D.B. Cooper is and the inspiration behind the God of Mischief's mid-air caper.