Disney+ Hints at Returning Characters With New Survey

While Marvel Studios looks to its future with Phase 4 and beyond, the MCU’s most recent Disney+ release, Moonlight Knight, remains at the center of discussions regarding the franchise’s top businesses. Oscar Isaac brought three different characters to the small screen with his first look at ancient Egyptian mythology, adding the MCU’s first new protagonist to debut in an online series.

Now, the biggest question regarding Moon Knight is where exactly he will see his story continue in future projects. This could be a scene of Isaac joining other MCU heroes in the future Avengers or even something centered on the Midnight Sun, fans are certainly hoping that his own solo series will get a refresh for a second season on Disney+.

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Although nothing has been confirmed about Moonlight Knight Season 2 is like yes for shows like Loki and What if…?, a post on the Marvel Studios Twitter page teased that new episodes are not out of the question for the foreseeable future. Additionally, reports of a new internal survey have suggested which characters from Season 1 will return for another round of storytelling.

Who can appear in Moon Knight Season 2?

Moon Knight Finale Poster
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The Cosmic Circus’ Anthony Flagg has revealed information from a survey sent to select Disney+ subscribers about the future of many characters from Marvel Studios’ Moonlight Knight.

The characters listed in this survey, in the following order, are human avatars of the Egyptian Gods, Steven Grant, Jake Lockley, Donna, Marc Spector, Living Statue (Crawley), Taweret, Layla El-Faouly and Mr. Knight. Also, Arthur Harrow by Ethan Hawke was mentioned in the options for a posed question, “Think specifically about the following characters that appeared in the first season of Moonlight KnightWhat do you hope will happen to them if there is a second season of Moonlight Knight or in future Marvel Studios shows/movies? “

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The survey includes these additional questions regarding Moonlight Knightthe first season and what happens to a potential second season:

  1. “How do you rate the pace of this Moon Knight season? You could say it…”
  2. “Are you interested in seeing the second part of Moon Knight?”
  3. “How excited are you to see each of these characters for Moon Knight in future Marvel Studios shows/movies?”
  4. “If there is a second season of Moon Knight, please let us know what you would like to see more of or focus on in future episodes.

How does Moon Knight return in the MCU?

Looking at this list of characters, it’s no surprise to see almost every major player from Season 1 of Moonlight Knight is racing for the possibility of a return in Season 2. With Marc Spector and all of his personalities appearing on this list, he’ll be in for a thrilling new episode series if the show is renewed, especially considering Jake Lockley’s fateful trailer at the end of episode 6.

Layla and Tawaret are also a welcome name on this list after May Camalawy’s character becomes a full-fledged superhero and becomes Scarlet Scarab in the Season 1 finale. Consider her new status and Taweret’s impact on the second half of the season, it seems like it would be a mistake if none of them return to the fold for future adventures.

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The biggest omission on this list is Khonshu, although his status is greatly up following the post-credits scene from Episode 6. While he let Marc Spector and Steven Grant disagree with him, he now He seems to be adamant about Marc’s Jake Lockley Personality, which means he’s not leaving anytime soon thanks to his relationship with the original character in Marc.

No matter what role all of these characters play in a potential Season 2, nothing has been confirmed by Marvel Studios as of yet.

Part 1 of Moonlight Knight Now streaming in its entirety on Disney+.

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