Marvel Studios’ transition to TV has been a resounding hit, as seen by WandaVision’s Emmy victory, for example. With a 62-minute ending, Hawkeye had plenty of breathing room, whereas Loki squeezed a lot of narrative into its 48-minute finale. Now, as the last episode of Moon Knight approaches, it brings some terrible news for fans.
What to expect from Moon Knight episode 6:
With the last episode of Marvel’s series “Moon Knight” approaching, fans have been excitedly anticipating all of the action, as suspense and excitement continue to rise. In the absence of Khonshu and Marc Spectre, things appear to be getting extremely aggressive and out of hand with Steven Grant at the lead. However, given the way the creators have presented the narrative, the conclusion, which will be shown next week, is likely to address a number of questions before it concludes. But the real question is whether Steven will be successful.
The disappointing surprise of the finale episode:
With plenty to cover in the climax, one may expect the sixth episode of Moon Knight to be a touch long. Surprisingly, it appears to be the exact reverse of it. The next episode will be 42 minutes long, as per industry insider Amit Chaudhari. This implies it will span for about 44-45 minutes on Disney+ in the United States and other areas with subtitle and closed caption endings. Not only will this be the shortest Moon Knight episode yet, but it will also be the shortest of all the live-action MCU series finales to date. However, at the end of the day, viewers have no clue what the makers’ strategy is, thus these 42 minutes may easily be the ideal conclusion to the series. Fans will simply have to wait until next week to find out.
Related: Will Moon Knight Have Season 2?
Grant Curtis (Marvel Studios creative director and Moon Knight executive producer) discussed Moon Knight Season 2 with Collider. He stated that he has big hopes for the future and that he would like the cast and crew to share it. Furthermore, despite the fact that a season 2 isn’t certain, Oscar Isaac hasn’t ruled it out. He discussed the destiny of the protagonist in an interview with Variety, stating, “…we all agreed that this [show] is what we’re going to focus on. This is the story. And if there’s any kind of future, I think it just depends on if people like it, if people want to see more, and if we find a story that’s worth telling.”