The multiverse would be formed after Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) arrived at the Citadel at the End of Time and encountered He Who Remains, the enigmatic and possibly evil entity who created the Time Variance Authority and lorded over the Sacred Timeline. Sylvie betrayed Loki and killed The Kang the conqueror, it made the multiverse into madness and it ends up with a timeline of the war.
Loki executive producer and director Kate Herron said two days after the show’s chaos-inducing finale was released on Netflix. “What occurred [between] when they met him and the birth of the universe was still a topic of discussion and effort for me, the authors, Michael [Waldron, the chief writer], and the studio…. Honestly, I believe my writing team and I were just thinking, ‘Okay, we’ll just keep presuming we’ll get to introduce him until we’re not permitted to.'”
“We got to do that, and it was such an honor to welcome him into the MCU.” Herron explained, “It was a tremendous secret to sit on.”
“Depending on one’s profession, it was one of those moments in one’s life when you think, ‘Ah, this is it.’ This is it; everything you’ve talked about wanting to achieve has finally become a reality. Walkthrough the door and leave it on the field if you’re courageous.’ That was my frame of mind.
JonathanMajors was scary, but he was also charming, quirky, and hilarious. The actor enjoyed performing the part since it gave him the opportunity to apply his clown/Commedia skills from Yale School of Drama.
“That one performance has more smiles than all of my other performances combined. It’s exactly what the situation necessitates “he stated “I’m a clown with a long history. That is a requirement of my education. I’ve been doing it for a long time, and it was great fun to be able to do it again.” Check out more about Loki The Asgardian Prince
Loki will return in season 2. without Kate Herron.