Without delaying much, we finally get to know who is behind the TVA, and it's none other than the mighty time-traveling super-villain, “Kang the Conqueror,” played by Jonathan Majors. The episode also confirmed that the series will return for a second season. We already revealed it back in December last year, that Loki is getting a second season.
‘Loki’ episode 6 has a lot to answer regarding the TVA and who are the time-keepers, who created it, and why was it created in the first place. The episode answers it beautifully without spoiling much for the future. Kang is the being behind all of the proceedings of TVA, he is not only the one, who is running it, but he is the one who created it to protect himself from his other variants.
You may think that this spoils the fun, but this is not the only, that the finale was all about. Kang is the only "He Who Remains," he doesn't call himself Kang. We cannot take this episode just as limited to this series but there is a bigger picture that connects almost all the upcoming MCU phase 4 projects. For all, we know that Kang can be what Thanos was in the previous MCU phase, or even bigger and better (as he hinted himself). “Kang the Conqueror” is already set to be the main villain of ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania,’ but this episode also leads us to believe that he (Loki as well) may be playing a role in the upcoming "Spiderman: No Way Home" and "Doctor Strange: Multiverse of madness."
Loki finale has all of a sudden brought all kinds of Kang theories in the scenario, it all depends on when exactly season 2 of Loki will arrive and what will be Kang's final battle. Clearly, Kang has a much bigger role to play in Ant-Man 3 but will it be after Loki season 2 or before. Ant-Man 3 is currently set to arrive in Feb 2023.
‘Loki’ episode 6 also has other fan-favorite moments but not much. In an honest opinion, the finale created more questions than the answers it gave. All I can say that MCU phase 4 has become more exciting than ever, for all we know, Kang could be behind all the major villains in this phase. Many of the upcoming movies are related to the existence of Multiverse and time-travel, "Spider-Man: No Way Home"; "Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness"; "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania"; The Eternals, all of these are dealing with the same thing that Kang was talking about in the finale (Multiverse War).
What happened in the finale, is a major spoiler on how the Multiverse is created and collided. Loki's season finale also hinted that the events of this series happened after the Endgame and before the Spider-Man: Far from Home.
In the end, I will give another hint, the idea behind the creation and purpose of TVA in Loki is similar to the creation and purpose of "Office of Interchange" in the TV series "Counterpart" which has J.K. Simmons in the lead role.
‘Loki’ season 2 was confirmed in the end credits of episode 6, check the image below.
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