Loki’s Miss Minutes ruins the show in an unused award ceremony acceptance speech

Disney+’s Miss Minutes stars in an unused acceptance speech that would have aired had the show won a WGA award.

A new video shows Miss Minutes trash talk Disney+’s Loki.

Loki received two high-profile nominations at the 74th Writers Guild of America (WGA) Awards: Best Drama Series and Best New Series. However, the Disney+ show did not win either award, but lost to succession and hacking, respectively. In answer, Loki creator Michael Waldron released a clip of Miss Minutes talking about the show on Twitter, which would have been used as the series’ speech to accept the award.

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In the clip, Miss Minutes receives the award on behalf of Loki‘s writers and thanks the WGA as well as their fellow nominees, cast and crew. Halfway through the clip, however, Miss Minutes starts to criticize Loki and its writers, in particular for portraying her as “a sinister agent of a fascist time regime?” As the clip ends, Miss Minutes says the writers and all those watching are about to be pruned, if succession would win in the Sacred Timeline.

A subsequent tweet from Waldron credits writer Tom Kauffman with the idea of ​​potentially getting Miss Minutes to accept the prize on behalf of the Loki show. He also thanks Tara Strong for voicing Miss Minutes “on 12 hours notice”.

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Loki debuted in June 2021 and was the third Marvel Cinematic Universe show on Disney+. The series is set after the events of 2019 Avengers: Endgame and sees a Loki (Tom Hiddleston) variant from that movie encounter the Time Variance Authority (TVA), which prunes several timelines to maintain the “Sacred Timeline”. Soon, Loki and one of his variants, Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino), work to uncover the truth about the TVA and take down the mysterious mastermind. Upon release, Loki received positive reviews and Marvel Studios later announced that the show would return for a second season. However, details about the next episode of the show are scarce at the moment.

Five Disney+ shows were released in 2021 with more to come in 2022. The next MCU show to debut on Disney+ is Moon Knightscheduled for March 30. It will be followed by Mrs. Marvel on June 8 as well as She-Hulkan unnamed Halloween special and possibly secret invasion later in the year.

Loki Season 1 is now streaming on Disney+. Season 2 does not have a release date at the time of writing.

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