On May 4, Marvel fans witnessed what many of them have already praised as the best TV series finale in MCU.
With 'Moon Knight', it's rather difficult to confidently say anything about the story's future, given how confusing its finale cliffhanger becomes in light of the creators' multiple hints that season 1 was the first and the last.
According to the show's star Oscar Isaac, Marvel has not yet hinted at any plans to continue the series.
"That being said, I love being Steven. I just love it. It's just like, physically, it's so much fun to be him. So, you know, if there was a story that really made sense, I'd be happy to be part of it," Isaac told RadioTimes.
This remark leaves the door open for Moon Knight to return... unlike the recent tweet by the series director, Mohamed Diab. This one not only feels like a goodbye, but also clearly says as much.
Still, that final episode 6 looked nothing like bidding adieu to Moon Knight and the world that was created around this character. They teased the third alter-ego, Jake Lockley, in the first-ever post-credit scene in Marvel TV series; they introduced Layla as the first Egyptian superhero; and of course, moon god Khonshu did not look like someone planning to retire anytime soon.
However, given that 'Moon Knight' has been described by the studio as limited series, the show can indeed be over, but it does not necessarily mean that the character's journey is.
So, chances are that suit will be summoned once again – maybe just not in a TV show, but somewhere else. Anyone up for a Moon Knight movie?