Disney+ Release Dates for Loki Season 2, Echo, Indiana Jones

Tom Hiddleston as the titular anti-hero in Loki

Tom Hiddleston as the titular anti-hero in Loki.
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Release dates of several TV series in production are in flux due to the ongoing WGA strikebut Disney+ just announced some major titles to mark on your calendar. Lokiis the highly anticipated second season begins October 6, while hawk eye spin off echo will retire its entire season on November 29th.

As fans of Disney+’s Marvel series will notice, Dropping an entire season at once, which is happening right now echo, is an unusual move for the streamer. “In hawk eye“Fans were introduced for the first time to Maya Lopez, a character played by Alaqua Cox,” Marvel CEO Kevin Feige said at Disney’s Upfronts presentation today. quoted in Deadline. “She will return for revenge echo, a limited drama from an incredible team of local writers, directors and actors. And for the first time for us, all episodes will be released on November 29th.forgiveness Loki fans, but you won’t be able to enjoy that; There will be a weekly release.)

A different kind of superhero – Harrison Ford’s “Indiana Jones” – will also be earning a spot on Disney+, perfectly timed to get fans excited ahead of the release of ” Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. Starting May 31st, you can see your favorite fedora-wearing whip-bearer on Disney+ Hunter of the lost treasure, Temple of Doom, Last CrusadeAnd Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (You are under no obligation to view or even acknowledge if you feel the same way as we do) and TV series The Adventures of Young Indiana Jonesin which little Indy is played by Sean Patrick Flannery.

Update May 16, 6:11 p.m.: This post has been updated to include Feige’s quote about it echo.

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