The streaming giant confirmed the news in classic MCU fashion - in the end credits of the season 1 finale with the words: "Loki will return in season 2."
The events of the spin-off TV series about Thor's evil brother take place after Avengers: Endgame.
It landed on Disney+ on 9th June and the series finale, which left viewers surprised by Greta Thunberg's cameo appearance, aired on Wednesday 14th July.
Here's everything we know so far about the God of Michief's next bout of adventures.
A release date hasn't been set yet, but filming for the new series is scheduled to start in January 2022, reports Inverse.
According to the publication, the first season of Loki took 18 months to film, with COVID-19 disruption factored into that, so it's thought season 2 will take 12 months and could therefore be on our screens in January 2023.
Of course, this is all just hearsay for now and we will let you know as soon as anything is confirmed.
As filming is yet to start for the new series, there isn't a trailer available yet.
In the meantime, here's a reminder of Loki season 1 to refresh your memory.
Alongside Tom Hiddleston, who stars as Loki, we would expect to see Sophia Di Martino reprise her role as Sylvie and Owen Wilson return as Mobius.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw could also return for season 2 as Ravonna Renslayer. We could also see Wunmi Mosaku as Hunter B-15, Tara Strong as Miss Minutes, Neil Ellice as Hunter D-90, Sasha Lane as Hunter C-20, and Eugene Cordero as Casey.
As for the other characters, we'll know more when the official cast is announced.
Loki season 1 is available to stream on Disney+ now. Subscriptions cost £7.99 a month or £79.99 a year.
The streaming giant confirmed that a spin-off TV series about Wakanda from Black Panther has now started filming, and Black Widow, which stars Scarlett Johansson, was released to premier viewers on 7th July.
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