Last week we learned that Loki series director Kate Herron was not coming back for season two and that she hadn’t really known there was going to even be a season two. That means that there is a very good chance that the second season could be very different from what we’d just seen and that the remaining plot threads could be wrapped up then or elsewhere like in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Another clue that this might be the case was the news that Tom Hiddleston would also be appearing in the Doctor Strange sequel.
Now we’re learning that Sylvie actress Sophia Di Martino shared some details on the Vanity Fair podcast Still Watching that she learned about season two the same way most of us did, during the mid-credits scene. The actress is not locked into appearing in the next season, but remarked that it “sounds like a lot of hard work,” and that she “wouldn’t be closed off to anything.” The way the first season ended and how season two is seemingly being added on now that the first season was well received, it clearly wasn’t part of the original strategy. So have we seen the last of Sylvie or will she also be showing up in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse off Madness too?
That remains to be seen. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse off Madness is scheduled to arrive in theaters on March 25, 2022.