Loki follows the god of mischief (played by Tom Hiddleston) as he travels through the multiverse, finding other versions of him, called Variants. He's tasked by the Time Variance Authority, a mysterious group tasked with maintaining the order of time in the "Sacred Timeline" to hunt down one specific Variant, a female Loki named Sylvie.
The show developed quite the queer following. In one episode, Loki and Sylvie are taking some time to get to know each other when they bring up the subject of each other's love lives. "How about you," Sylvie asks Loki, "You're a prince, must have been would-be-princess. Or perhaps another prince?" "A bit of both, I suspect the same as you," Loki replied.
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Loki season 2 news will surely provide some hope for fans who ship the god with Agent Mobius M. Mobius (Owen Wilson), the TVA agent who works with him. The two had great chemistry in the first season and fans immediately latched onto the pair.
We can also look forward to lesbian superhero America Chavez's introduction in the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Gay superheroes Wiccan and Speed were also introduced in WandaVision, but as children. Hopefully, with season two, Loki will get some much-needed queer screentime.