The general astonishment surrounding "Moon Knight" season 2 is very appropriate for the MCU series, which just finished its first (and potentially final?) season on Disney Plus.

Moon Knight promised something new to MCU fans. The series delivered in every way, including dealing with the titular character's dissociative identity disorder, how it works, and other details, as well as treating Egyptian myths and deities as comprehensively and historically accurate as possible.

However, opinions on whether or not the show should be renewed are divided. According to Variety, Moon Knight has been nominated for the Emmys as a limited series, which implies it does not have an ongoing story and will not have a second season.

Despite this, there are clues that the show will return. After the first two episodes, Mohamed Diab, the Moon Knight series' creator, told  Collider, "Moon Knight is staying, staying for a long time."

Also, after changing the wording of the show's ending tweet from "series finale" to "season finale," many fans assumed that Episode 6 of "Moon Knight" would not be the series' final episode.

The show's end eventually presented Jake Lockley, Marc and Steven's third character, as introduced by Khonshu, which opens the door for a second season and a continuation of the plot. Marc and Steven have no idea who Jake Lockley is, and they are always perplexed when they black out and observe a carnage taking place around them. The plot may go on with the first two characters investigating the third.

If Oscar returns on season 2, Digital Spy  said he'll most likely be accompanied by May Calamawy as Layla El-Faouly, F Murray Abraham as Khonshu, and possibly Ethan Hawke as Arthur Harrow, though considering how the last episode ended, it's unlikely.

Gaspard Ulliel, for example, will not be returning due to a tragic skiing accident that occurred before the show's premiere in 2022. It's unclear whether Marvel has any intentions to reintroduce his character, Anton Mogart, in future episodes.

However, expect "Moon Knight" season 2 to take at least a couple of years to arrive. Because Marvel has more ideas than Marc does personalities, Moon Knight will have to wait in line behind all of the other new and returning shows set to premiere.

The final episode of Moon Knight is now available to watch on Disney+.

2021 New York Comic Con [Representational image] NEW YORK, NEW YORK - OCTOBER 10: Cosplayer dressed as Moon Knight during Day 4 of New York Comic Con 2021 at Jacob Javits Center on October 10, 2021 in New York City. Mike Coppola/Getty Images