The most popular villain in the universe of Marvel, Loki (played by Tom Hiddleston) has been officially announced by Disney to plan a series of films online.

On Thursday, Bob Iger - the president and CEO of Disney, announced in a call for investors. During that call, he confirmed that they are building a new streaming service called Disney+.

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According to the Variety newspaper, Elizabeth Olsen's Scarlet Witch and Loki's Tom Hiddleston will be the characters that have their own television show and will be broadcast on Disney's digital streaming service. In addition, Disney's online channel is built on a subscription streaming based platform, which might be called Disney Play.

This is a plan to expand the Marvel Cinematic Universe to a smaller screen and closer to home. Variety said that many other favorite superhero characters have not yet appeared with their independent films. This new series could also be one of the broader strategies of the future. Disney does not include leading Avengers such as Captian America and Iron Man, but many expect Thor's appearance to bully his brother once more. But Disney and Marvel declined to confirm any information from Variety. IGN also contacted for a response from Disney.

Variety emphasizes that this plan is in the early stages of development so nothing can be said in advance. It will be the same as the characters seen in previous Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, but the cast will not be announced yet. There is no information on the budget for this series, but Variety says that if Tom Hiddleston and Elizabeth Olsen were to take over the roles, Disney would have to spend a huge amount of money because their prices were not cheap.

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Tom Hiddleston (left) played Loki and Elizabeth Olsen (right) played Scarlett Witch

Each series is expected to be released in 6 to 8 episodes and is described by the producers as limited series, meaning it only comes in one season. Previously, HBO also made a similar statement to the Big Lies series, but now Season 2 is being played by Meryl Streep.

This announcement will alleviate some of the regrets that Avenger: Infinity War left behind for the fans. Although things may change a lot in Avenger 4.

Marvel is still a goldmine for Disney to invest in, which means online services in the future will try to use the effects of the blockbuster movies of the MCU. Meanwhile, Marvel's "street superheroes” including Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Luke Cage, The Punisher and Iron Fist will probably remain with Netflix if Disney's rival digital service remains continue to renew these films.

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Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist

In particular, these new programs are known as Marvel Studio produced under the supervision of Kevin Feige, he has successfully brought the MCU to the big screen. Marvel's previous television programs, including ABC SHIELD, Marvel and Netflix, Hulu Runaways, Freeform, Cloak and Dagger, FX Legends, and The Gifted by Fox is managed and supervised by Jeph Loeb.

There is still not much information about Disney's online streaming service apart from its expected release in 2019. Not only the Loki and Scarlet Witch films, but Disney also has many other exciting projects. The return of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and the massive Star Wars franchise with director Jon Favreau (who also directed Iron Man).