Where to watch Marvel series Loki online in Australia

This Marvel series is a whole lot of time-travelling, mischievous fun.



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A new Marvel chapter with Loki at its centre.


  • Season 1

Cast and crew

  • Tom Hiddleston
  • Owen Wilson
  • Sophia Di Martino
The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) anti-hero we all know and love is back – and this time he's stepping out of Thor's shadow to lead his own TV series.

Loki follows the God of Mischief in the aftermath of Avengers: Endgame as he travels through time and embarks on a new set of adventures across the multiverse.

With its exciting premise, appealing cast and strong connection to the MCU, Loki is unsurprisingly a huge hit. Add in the fact it follows one of the most beloved Marvel characters ever and you might want to tune in and see what all the fuss is about.



1 seasons


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When did Loki release?

Loki premiered in Australia on Wednesday 9 June. It was initially supposed to drop new episodes on Fridays in typical Disney Plus style but the platform decided to switch things up. Instead, a new episode was released weekly on Wednesdays. Season 1 has 6 episodes in total all they are all now available to stream. The show has also been renewed for season 2.

Loki preview

First, since this is all about time travel, let's get the timeline straight. Spoilers for previous Marvel movies ahead. If you follow the MCU, you probably remember that Loki dies at the hands of Thanos at the beginning of Avengers: Infinity War. No loopholes this time... or at least that's what we were led to believe until Avengers: Endgame came out.

In Endgame, the heroes who didn't perish in the Snap band together to travel back in time and retrieve the Infinity Stones in an effort to restore balance in the universe. One of their destinations is New York circa the Chitauri alien attack when Loki is very much still alive. Due to a mishap, Loki gets hold of the Tesseract and vanishes, which is the last time we set eyes on the trickster. Until now.

In other words, the Loki we see in the TV series is Loki from The Avengers, before he got his whole redemption arc in all the following movies and even sacrificed his life going head-to-head with Thanos. So he is still power-hungry, selfish, traitorous and eager to prove himself once and for all.

This brings us to the TV show. By using the Tesseract to escape his destiny, Loki ends up altering the timeline, which doesn't come without consequences. An organisation called the Time Variance Authority (TVA) arrests Loki for his crimes and gives him 2 options: either he works with the TVA to fix things or gets wiped out of existence. Since Loki is very much into self-preservation, it initially looks like he'll end up trying to alter history for the greater good. However, once he figures out who is behind the TVA he might have a change of heart.

According to writer Michael Waldron, Loki's adventures will have wide-reaching ramifications across the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And based on the show's first season, that's definitely the case. Hit that play button and buckle up for a wild ride.

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