Marvel producer Kevin Wright teases how Loki season 2 episode 3’s breathtaking finale changes everything for the TVA and the MCU as a whole.

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Warning! This post contains SPOILERS for Loki season 2, episode 4




  • The Temporal Loom’s explosion in Loki season 2 episode 4 has apparently destroyed reality, leaving Loki to figure out how to bring it back.
  • The Marvel multiverse has gone through a drastic transformation, with every existing timeline being sent far away from each other.
  • Fortunately, Loki’s knowledge about time and the multiverse remains intact, giving him the ability to restore order.

An MCU executive producer teases what’s next for Loki and the TVA after Loki season 2 episode 4’s game-changing cliffhanger. Despite all their efforts, Loki and his allies have failed to stop the Temporal Loom from breaking apart, leading the TVA to apparently be destroyed. Temporal radiation has engulfed the TVA headquarters, tearing Victor Timely to shreds along the way. Whatever that means for Loki and the MCU going forward is left to the audience’s imagination, at least until Loki season 2 episode 5.

As catastrophic as Loki season 2 episode 4’s final scene seems, there’s still hope for the Marvel multiverse. In an interview with TechRadar, Marvel Studios producer Kevin Wright suggests what exactly happens when the Temporal Loom explodes and how Loki will deal with the aftermath, saying:

“Well… reality is gone,” Wright teased. “Loki’s going to… have to bring reality back somehow, so I think time will tell how he figures out how to do that.”

Wright’s comments seemingly confirm that the Temporal Loom’s explosion not only sends every existing timeline far away from each other, but also destroys reality itself. Everything, from the TVA headquarters to every single universe in the Marvel multiverse, might have gone through a drastic transformation, at least from an outside perspective. However, it seems Loki’s knowledge about time and the multiverse remains intact, providing him with the only tool he can use to put everything back in order.

New episodes of Loki release every Thursday at 6pm PT / 9pm ET on Disney+.

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