Surprise! The finale of Loki isn’t a series finale, after all. The TVA-touting series was renewed for a second season, and thank goodness. While “For all time. Always” certainly did answer some pertinent questions, it mostly opened doors for films and set up season 2. The most important aspect of the episode was also its […]
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