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“Loki” will continue to expand the Marvel Cinematic Universe when it debuts on Disney Plus on June 9. The new series starring Tom Hiddleston and Owen Wilson is the third Marvel show to premiere on Disney Plus, following “WandaVision” and “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.”
Loki’s fate was left ambiguous at the conclusion of “Avengers Endgame,” where he came into contact with a mystical artifact called the Tesseract and disappeared. In trailers, Loki is captured by a group called the Timekeepers and asked to help repair the damage he caused when he used the Tesseract.
Hiddleston first played Loki in “Thor” in 2011 and was the primary villain of the first “Avengers” movie in 2012; the character has appeared in a total of six MCU films leading up to his original show. Like “WandaVision” and “Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” it’s unclear if “Loki” will be an ongoing series, but it should give fans an even better idea of what’s to come from Marvel’s phase-four projects.
“Thor: Love and Thunder” is due out in theaters in February 2022, but it’s unknown if Loki will make an appearance. The next MCU show on Disney Plus will be “Ms. Marvel,” with a premiere planned for this fall.
How to watch ‘Loki’ on Disney Plus
“Loki” will premiere on Disney Plus on June 9. New episodes will debut every Wednesday during the season; previously, MCU shows like “WandaVision” and “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” were released on Fridays.
You can visit DisneyPlus.com or download the Disney Plus app to sign up for the service. Disney Plus costs $8 for a monthly plan or $80 annually. If you’re also interested in subscribing to Hulu or ESPN+, you can sign up for a discounted bundle with Disney Plus starting at $14 a month.
The Disney Plus app is available on Apple devices, Android, Roku, Fire TV,
, and most smart TVs. Disney Plus includes support for 4K resolution and HDR (high dynamic range) contrast on compatible displays, as well as Dolby Atmos audio on supported systems.
What other movies and shows can I watch on Disney Plus?
Along with being home to nearly every movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Disney Plus has a massive catalog of classic movies and shows.
That includes Disney’s library of animated films, new Pixar releases, Disney Channel programming, documentaries from National Geographic, and entire franchises like “Star Wars” and “The Simpsons.”
For more details, check out our full Disney Plus review here.