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The MCU has returned with “Loki” Season 2 on Disney+, featuring an impressive cast of actors and characters. Marvel Studios has made history by giving Loki a second season on the streaming platform, further expanding the legacy of the God of Mischief, a character who has been part of the MCU for 12 years.
The last time viewers saw Loki on screen was in 2021, but he made a surprise appearance in the post-credits scene of “Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania.” Now, fans can once again immerse themselves in the world of mischief and intrigue surrounding this iconic character.
Loki Season 2 - Full List of Cast Members
In Episode 1 of Loki Season 2, which premiered on Disney+ on Thursday, October 5, a dozen actors appeared on camera, reprising their roles from previous seasons. Here are those actors and their characters, along with other stars confirmed to return in Season 2 who didn’t make an appearance in the premiere:
Tom Hiddleston as Loki
Tom Hiddleston returns as the central character, the titular God of Mischief, in Loki Season 2. In this season, Loki finds himself navigating a complex web of time as he learns about He Who Remains in Season 1, Episode 6. Episode 1 of the new season showcases Loki facing considerable challenges, as he is unpredictably transported between different timelines. This turmoil results in the TVA descending into chaos, setting the stage for another thrilling and time-bending adventure in the world of Loki.
Sophia Di Martino as Sylvie
Sophia Di Martino reprises her role as Sylvie in Loki Season 2, making a brief appearance that lasts only a couple of minutes in Episode 1. She first appears in the post-credits scene, showing up in Oklahoma in the year 1982. In this scene, the Loki Variant Sylvie enters a McDonald’s restaurant and proceeds to order everything on the menu, seemingly seeking solace or a moment of respite after the events that transpired when she killed He Who Remains in the final episode of Season 1.
Owen Wilson as Mobius
In the first episode of Loki Season 2, Owen Wilson reprises his role as Mobius, and his character plays a significant role. Mobius alternates between different points in time, dealing with the aftermath of learning about He Who Remains and the various Kang Variants. He takes on the task of calming Loki down as the God of Mischief grapples with this revelation. Additionally, Mobius assists Loki in addressing his time-slipping issue, offering his support and expertise in managing the chaotic situation.
Wunmi Mosaku as Hunter B-15
In Season 2 of Loki, Wunmi Mosaku’s character, Hunter B-15, returns with renewed determination. After changing her alliances at the end of Season 1, she joins forces with Loki and Mobius to unravel the mysteries surrounding the TVA. In one scene, she confronts the TVA’s top leadership during a judge’s council meeting, passionately addressing the organization’s hidden secrets. She implores them to reevaluate their pruning practices, especially in light of the Sacred Timeline’s current state of chaos.
Neil Ellice as Hunter D-90
Neil Ellice’s character, Hunter D-90, appears to have a more significant role in Loki Season 2 compared to Season 1. In the first episode, his involvement with the judge’s council suggests he plays a part in the TVA’s decision-making processes. Despite the tension and disapproval from B-15 due to his actions in Season 1, D-90 seems committed to maintaining the TVA’s mission and ensuring its continued operation.
Eugene Cordero as Casey
Eugene Cordero’s character, Casey, who was a series regular in Season 1 of Loki, returns for Season 2 with an expanded role. Previously known as a TVA desk jockey with humorous moments, Casey is now actively involved in dealing with the chaos caused by Loki’s time-slipping. He provides regular updates to Mobius and B-15 as they navigate this new phenomenon within the TVA.
Ke Huy Quan as Ouroboros (OB)
Newly-minted Oscar-winner Ke Huy Quan makes his MCU debut in Loki Season 2’s first episode. He portrays Ouroboros (OB), a worker at the TVA responsible for repairs and tech advancement. OB seems to have a history with Mobius in this episode, as they collaborate to unravel the mysteries of time-slipping. As the story progresses, OB appears to become a valuable asset to Loki’s team.
Kate Dickie as General Dox
Kate Dickie portrays General Dox, a formidable addition to the TVA in Loki Season 2. In the first episode, General Dox participates in the judge’s council discussions alongside Hunter B-15 and Mobius, addressing the imminent threat they face. After learning about the events at the Citadel at the End of Time, General Dox initiates a widescale manhunt within the organization, with the intent of tracking down Sylvie, the Loki Variant, and holding her accountable for her actions.
Liz Carr as Judge Gamble
Liz Carr takes on the role of Judge Gamble in Loki Season 2. In the first episode, Judge Gamble makes her appearance in the judge’s council, filling in for the missing Judge Renslayer. She actively engages in discussions regarding pruning timelines and addressing the turmoil within the TVA. As Mobius and B-15 express their opinions, Judge Gamble attempts to contribute to the decision-making process in the absence of Renslayer.
Rafael Casal takes on the role of Hunter X-5 in Loki Season 2. In the first episode, Hunter X-5 is introduced as one of the more aggressive minutemen within the TVA. He appears to be quite fearful of the chaotic events unfolding within the TVA at the beginning of the season.
Hunter X-5 plays a role in the interrogation of Mobius, questioning him about his fondness for jetskis. Additionally, he guides Mobius and B-15 to their interrogation session in the judge’s council. His character is set up as a potentially troublesome figure for the rest of the season, adding intrigue to the unfolding storyline.
Charlie Cameron as Mail Cart Driver
Charlie Cameron has a minor role in Loki Season 2, Episode 1, where she appears as a mail cart driver within the TVA. Her character is featured in one significant scene.
In this scene, Cameron’s character is operating the mail cart, which becomes involved in an action sequence. The cart is responsible for capturing Loki after he jumps off a balcony. The sequence continues with the cart crashing into one of the main rooms within the TVA. Unfortunately, her character’s fate is left uncertain as she falls, presumably to her death during this intense moment in the episode.
Jack Cunningham-Nuttall as McDonald’s Manager
Jack Cunningham-Nuttall has a minor role in the first episode of Loki Season 2. In this episode, he portrays the manager at the McDonald’s restaurant that Sylvie enters in the year 1982. In the post-credits scene of the episode, after Sylvie orders one of everything on the menu, the manager decides to hire her to work for him. This scene sets up an intriguing development in the storyline.
Jonathan Majors as Victor Timely/Kang
Jonathan Majors returns in Loki Season 2, reprising his role as a Variant of Kang the Conqueror known as Victor Timely. Although he hasn’t made a physical appearance yet in the series, he was heard on a significant voice message in the TVA’s war room, indicating his presence and influence in the unfolding events of the season.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Judge Ravonna Renslayer
Gugu Mbatha-Raw, who portrays Judge Ravonna Renslayer, teased her return in Loki Season 2 after her character’s ambiguous departure from the TVA in the final moments of Season 1. While it’s uncertain when or where she will rejoin the story, her character’s steps toward villainy have set the stage for her intriguing comeback in the remaining five episodes of the season.
Tara Strong as Miss Minutes
Tara Strong’s return as Miss Minutes, the TVA’s peculiar animated character, has been confirmed for Loki Season 2. Although Miss Minutes has been only briefly mentioned so far in the season, it’s expected that she will make a significant appearance as the season progresses. Fans who enjoyed her presence in Season 1 can look forward to seeing more of her unique character in the new episodes.
The first episode of Loki Season 2 is now available for streaming on Disney+.