Loki Season 2 makes history as the first MCU show to have a second season, setting a new milestone for Marvel Studios.
The first trailer for Loki Season 2 was released on July 31, just 67 days before the series' premiere on October 6, creating the shortest gap in MCU live-action series history.
Loki Season 2's official trailer garnered a staggering 80 million views within the first 24 hours of its release on Disney+, becoming the most-viewed online trailer debut of any show on the platform.
In contrast, Secret Invasion held the record for the longest gap between the first trailer and the show's premiere, with a waiting period of 284 days, more than nine months.
Fans are eagerly awaiting Loki's plans for the Multiverse as it spirals into chaos in the upcoming season.
Prior to Loki Season 2, Marvel Studios announced the sequel to I Am Groot, set to be released on Disney+ on September 6, featuring five short films starring Vin Diesel as Baby Groot.
Loki Season 1 remains the highest-rated MCU Disney+ show, with an estimated 2.5 million households tuning in during its first five days of streaming.
Marvel Studios has been successful in maintaining the hype by strategically scheduling the release of their Disney+ series, delighting fans with back-to-back content.
The trailer showcases Tom Hiddleston's Loki time-traveling to defeat Kang, building anticipation for the gripping storyline.
Loki Season 2 is set to hit Disney+ on October 6, promising thrilling adventures and groundbreaking moments for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.