In the second season of Loki, the spotlight shifted away from the romantic relationship between Loki and Sylvie that had been a prominent feature in Season 1. Instead, the show placed a greater emphasis on the plot, character development and the multiversal threats. Executive producer Kevin Wright discussed the reasons behind the altered portrayal of the relationship in an interview with ComicBook.com. He explained that the high stakes of the season made it challenging to incorporate romantic moments into the narrative.
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