“Loki” director Kate Herron will not return for season 2

When “Loki” returns for a second season, it will do so with a new director. Kate Herron will not return to watch Tom Hiddleston on the Marvel show.

“I will not return,” Herron told Deadline in an interview. “I always planned to be just for that and to be honest, season 2 was not in – this is something that just came out and I’m so excited.” A Disney spokesman also confirmed that Herron would not be returning.

Herron directed all the episodes and was the executive producer of the Disney + series. Herron also took on the day-to-day production of the set, with lead writer Michael Waldron writing the screenplay for “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” which hits theaters next March.

It is unclear if Waldron will return, with Disney saying nothing has been announced for a second season. Along with the sequel to Doctor Strange, Waldron is also writing the Star Wars film produced by Marvel Studios CEO Kevin Feige.

Although there were rumors, “Loki” for a second season was not confirmed until the end of Wednesday’s final. The announcement came during the mid-term credit scene, which just showed a stamp falling on a stack of documents saying, “Loki will be back in season 2.”

“Loki” is the first Marvel Studios series to have a second season. “WandaVision” was designed to run only one season, although Elizabeth Olsen is set to return to “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”.

The studio’s second series, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” could still find a second season, although with Anthony Mackie directing his own film Captain America, it is not clear what it will look like. However, characters such as John Walker (Wyatt Russell), Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp) and Valentina Allegra de Fontaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) seem to be returning in some capacity. Valentina even appeared on the post-credit label for “Black Widow” in what appeared to be “Hawkeye,” another Disney + series.

The animated “What If…” is next for Disney +, which will premiere on August 11.

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