A new mid-season trailer for the second season of Loki has been released. However, it contains major spoilers for the final two episodes of the show. In the fourth episode of the series, the Temporal Loom explodes, which according to O.B. (Ke Huy Quan), would lead to the end of the TVA. This in turn would create a blank slate for future events in the series.
Unfortunately, the newly released footage has revealed some specific plot points from the final two episodes, thus spoiling some of the surprises that were yet to come.
Loki Season 2 Final Two Episode Spoilers
Marvel Studios has just released a new mid-season trailer for the second season of Loki. The trailer hints at a Groundhog Day-style scenario where Loki will relive moments throughout the season. The trailer features a new look at a scene from Episode 4, where Victor Timely (played by Jonathan Majors), Loki (Tom Hiddleston), Mobius (Owen Wilson), Casey (Eugene Cordero), and O.B. are once again game-planning on how to fix the Temporal Loom.
In the trailer for Loki, there is a scene where the TVA appears to be affected by the spaghettification effect, which is similar to what happened to Victor Timely in Episode 4. Shortly after, Loki is shown time-slipping.
However, the next image is abstract and could be a misdirection. It is edited to make it look like Loki goes to a Piranha Powersports store on the Sacred Timeline, but it is unclear when he actually time-slips to reach that moment.
A highly anticipated moment is spoiled when Owen Wilson’s character, Mobius, appears as a salesman at a powersports store selling an ATV to Loki.
In the latest teaser video for the TV show Loki, a room is displayed which seems to be part of the Time Variance Authority (TVA). Additionally, a different image shows Hunter B-15 wearing non-TVA clothing, indicating that this could be a Variant from another timeline.
Towards the end of the trailer, another shot from the same room reveals alternate versions of O.B., Casey, and Mobius all present together.
A major spoiler moment in the show is when it is revealed that Victor Timely might have a chance to fix the Temporal Loom and save the TVA.
The exact sequence of events is not clear, but it seems that in Episode 4, Loki will have the opportunity to rectify some of their past mistakes.
You can watch the mid-season trailer, which is 90 seconds long, below:
Why Marvel Studios Spoiled Loki
The finale of Loki Episode 4 left fans in awe and created a shockwave of emotions. Some even compared it to the feeling they had after watching 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War for the first time.
The death of Victor Timely was unexpected and the idea of the TVA no longer existing was hard to fathom as it has been the main center of the Loki series.
The use of spoiler-filled images and scenes of the upcoming conclusion is a surprising marketing move.
Although the editing is tricky, it’s clear that Hiddleston’s Loki will be reliving several key moments in order to undo the TVA’s destruction.
The anticipation for Episode 5 of Loki Season 2 was already high. However, after watching the mid-season trailer, some viewers might have felt less excited, while others might have become even more hyped up.
Regardless of how one feels, it is safe to expect that Loki will continue his mission to save, repair, and possibly take over the TVA by the end of this season. You can catch Episode 5 of Loki Season 2 on Thursday, November 2 at 9 p.m. ET.