Loki will be the third Marvel Studios TV series to make its debut in the form of a series. It follows the adventures of the Asgardian God of Mischief, just as the name suggests. This series follows the character in a new timeline as he vanished with the Space Stone following the Battle of New York in the main MCU timeline.
Loki has been a major part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe since the first Thor film, and there is a good reason why Marvel continues to use him over and over again. Loki believes he was treated unjustly by his adoptive father, Odin. He is continually at war with everyone he knows, including his younger brother, with a smile on his face. Even though he is a mass murderer, he manages to evoke our compassion. Tom Hiddleston captures the persona of Loki in such a convincing way, he is the quintessential slimy and devious personification of evil. Loki may appear to be a decent person for a short time, but in the end, he will always revert to his duplicitous ways. It is understood by the audience.