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Moon Knight Season 2: All the information about the continuation of the Marvel series on Disney+


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“Moon Knight” will continue with a second season on Disney +, that’s for sure. Netzwelt reveals when the new episodes can be expected and how they will continue.

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Moon Knight (Source: Disney+)

  • “Moon Knight” season 2 has not yet been confirmed by Disney itself, but it has been confirmed by Oscar Isaac.
  • Due to open storylines from Season 1, there is also a need for clarification.
  • When and how season 2 continues, you can find out at Netzwelt.

The 1st season of “Moon Knight” is over – or was it the complete series? It was unclear for a long time, because “Moon Knight” was initially announced as a miniseries. However, a sequel is now certain.

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Netzwelt tells you when the new episodes could appear, what will happen in them and everything else that interests you after the preliminary finale of “Moon Knight” on Disney +.

“Moon Knight” Season 2: Start date

While Disney is probably putting off the announcement of a second season of “Moon Knight” until D23 in September, Oscar Isaac and director Mohamed Diab have already let the cat out of the bag and revealed in a TickTok video that they are preparing for the season 2 are located in Cairo. The start date of the new episodes remains unclear, but it shouldn’t be that far before 2024.

For 2023, Marvel has already planned series such as “Secret Invasion”, “Armor Wars” and “Ironheart”, a second season of “Loki” will also be released and further MCU blockbusters will continue in the cinema. So “Moon Knight” takes a back seat here and there is enough time to find a suitable time for the shooting.

“Moon Knight” Season 2: Storyline

“Moon Knight” almost completely avoided overlapping with other events from the MCU in season 1. This could of course change in Season 2 and so it would be difficult to predict developments in the MCU until Season 2 starts.

So for now, let’s focus on the open storylines from Season 1. Marc and Steven are no longer the avatars of Khonshu and returned to London after the events in Egypt. What they don’t realize is that another identity exists in their bodies, Jack Lockley. This is still in the service of Khonshu and is much colder than Marc.

However, since Steven also never agreed to be Khonshu’s avatar but was still able to transform into Mr. Knight, it’s likely that Marc and Steven still have their powers but just don’t know it. It’s not clear what goals Khonshu will pursue in Season 2, but Steven and Marc are likely to stand in his way.

Above all, Jake Lockley should be a great danger, who shares a body with Marc and Steven to make matters worse. How can they defeat Jake? In addition, of course, it has to be explained how Jake Lockley came about in the first place.

Layla’s story isn’t over yet either. As an unnamed superhero she seems to have stayed in Egypt to ensure law and order there. Seeing her again is quite likely, after all, Marc and Steven didn’t even say goodbye to her in the season 1 finale.

“Moon Knight” Season 2: Cast

Of course, here too we can only speculate, but it should be clear that Oscar Isaac will once again take on the lead role(s) in “Moon Knight” season 2. May Calamawy is set to return as Layla and we hear Oscar winner F. Murray Abraham as the English voice of Khonshu.

While you eagerly await more information, it’s worth checking out our overview of upcoming Marvel highlights. By the way, you can hear Oscar Isaac in the role of Miguel O’Hara in the animated film “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” in 2023.

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genreDrama, Action & Adventure, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
first airing

03/30/2022

First broadcast in Germany

03/30/2022

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