Moon Knight director Mohamed Diab and the lead actor of the series Oscar Isaac heavily imply a second season is in the works at Disney while on a visit to Egypt.
Diab’s daughter recently posted a video to TikTok of her father sitting next to Isaac.
In the video, she asks the pair about whether the series will receive a second season.
“Why else would we be in Cairo?” Isaac answers before the footage ends.
Diab also shared the footage on Twitter, seemingly doubling down on the notion.
— Mohamed diab محمد دياب (@MohamedDiab678) August 3, 2022
The Moon Knight’s finale in May ended with a major cliffhanger at the end of the first season. It introduced a new alter for the lead opened the door for a lot of possibilities to continue this story and potentially connect it to the wider MCU.
The series centered around Spector, a former U.S. marine with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), who takes on the powers of an Egyptian moon god and subsequently takes up the vigilante moniker of Moon Knight.
It also features Ethan Hawke as the series antagonist.
Spector is from the United States in the original comic books. The character made its debut in Issue 32 of Werewolf by Night in August 1975.
The series is produced by Marvel studio boss Kevin Feige, along with Tommy Turtle, and Jeremy Slater.
Diab directed the upcoming series along with Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead.