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Following months and months of teasers, trailers, and small glimpses of Loki, the new Marvel TV show is finally here, and fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe couldn’t be more excited. But before we lose ourselves in Tom Hiddleston’s return as the god of mischief (the 2012 version, at least) as he travels through space and time following the events of Avengers: Endgame, we first must tackle how you can watch Loki streaming.
Below is a quick rundown of the where, when, and how you can go about watching Loki work with Mobius M. Mobius and the Time Variance Authority to right the wrongs caused by the adopted son of the Odin and his decision to steal the Tesseract once more. Unlike the mysterious agency at the core of the new Marvel TV show, we don’t have the ability to play with space and time so let’s get started before Loki premieres Wednesday, June 9, 2021.
Where To Watch Loki Streaming
Like the previous Marvel TV shows — WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier — you can watch Loki streaming on Disney+. All you will need to do starting Wednesday, June 9, 2021, is open the Disney+ app on a compatible streaming device or the streamer’s website and seek out Loki (which shouldn’t be difficult considering it’s one of Disney+’s marquee shows). To make things even easier, we’ve provided a link that will direct you to the Loki show page.
When Do New Loki Episodes Air
Unlike the two previous Marvel TV shows, which saw new episodes drop every Friday morning, new episodes of Loki will arrive on Disney+ every Wednesday at 3 a.m. ET. This way, night owls and early birds alike can enjoy the show at their own schedule.
How Many Episodes Are In Loki Season 1
One of the biggest questions surrounding Loki revolves around the show’s episode count. And with WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier consisting of nine and six episodes, respectively, that’s a good question to ask. Well, according to a January 2021 interview with Collider, Kevin Feige revealed that just like the adventures of Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes, Loki will consist of six episodes ranging anywhere from 40 to 50 minutes in length.
How To Catch Up With Loki’s Story Before Starting The Disney+ Series
If you are new the Marvel Cinematic Universe or just want to catch up with the adventures of Loki before watching his Disney+ series, don’t worry because we’ve put together a quick list of all the movies featuring Tom Hiddleston’s mischievous character, or at least the version featured in the show.
It is important to remember that the version of Loki in the new Marvel TV show isn’t the same guy who had a redemption story and eventually sacrificed himself trying to kill Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War, but is instead the alternate timeline Loki who veered off the path when he stole the Tesseract in Avengers: Endgame’s version of the Battle of New York.