When Disney announced all kinds of Marvel shows coming to Disney+, Loki was the one that interested me the most. We thought we all saw the end of Loki during Avengers: Infinity War, but it’s hard to get rid of the God of Mischief.
The movie takes place after the events of Avengers: Endgame. In an alternate timeline, Loki managed to get his hands on the Cosmic Cube and escape after his Battle for New York ended in failure. While Tony Stark and Steve Rogers have no idea where he landed, Loki quickly gets visitors looking for him.
They are from the TVA, an agency dedicated to protecting the sacred timeline. While it seems to be the fault of The Avengers for breaking the timeline, all the blame goes on Loki. Now the God of Mischief must prove he was innocent.
Loki is given a chance to prove his worth. The TVA tells him that there is a variant of a villain that is murdering their agents. He has to figure out where in the timeline the variant is hiding and kill them. But everything seems to be wrong, who is the real mastermind behind the evil in this world?
Loki actually ended up being my least favorite of the Marvel TV series so far in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It has a lot of plot holes and head-scratchers. Plus it’s painfully short, however it is quite good and I look forward to not only season 2 but the aftermath of what happens next in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.