Marvel Studios have rapidly made their mark since they released their shows on Disney plus streaming platform. Every story and show being a part of the MCU has been appreciated by the audiences and has also exceeded expectations. Interestingly, most of the Marvel series that have been released on Disney plus have been left on a cliffhanger leaving fans startled.
Recent cliffhangers of Moon Knight and Loki
Be it the recent Moon Knight or the most-watched Marvel series Loki, fans have been hooked on the ending and waiting for the next season. Though there is no confirmation on whether Moonknight will return or not, Loki season 2 production will be started in 2023. During an episode of Marvel Studios’ Assembled series, Brad Winderbaum, the Head of Streaming, Television, and Animation addressed why all Phase Four projects have had more cliffhangers thanks to the Disney+ series. He said, There are new challenges and new rewards that come with making longer-form stories.
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Moon Knight and it’s future
While addressing the topic, Winderbaum elaborated that they are keeping the endings more open now, He later adds, “I think. We don’t have to tie up every loose end and when you create characters as strong as Moon Knight and Scarlet Scarab, we can confidently go into the future knowing that there are more stories left to tell and new characters that we can bring into telling them.”
Why are fans left confused?
Fans still don’t know if the Moon Knight was set after the blip or even the multiverse. In an interview with The Direct, Jeremy Slater, the Head Writer of Moon Knight revealed that Marvel had a few suggestions for their story and wanted them to “steer clear” of the blip and the multiverse. He later adds, “There were certain territories and topics where we were told early on because Marvel’s always very conscious about repeating themselves. They want to always be sort of stretching and finding new corners of the universe to explore,”