Explanation of the Moon Knight Post-credits Scene and Who Was That? Does It Set Up the Next Season?

A post-credits sequence from the film Moon Knight has left everyone baffled. Yes, if you left before the sixth episode of Moon Knight concluded, you missed a much-anticipated scene that lays the path for the second season of Moon Knight. Return to Disney Plus immediately if you haven’t seen the scene.

For those who have seen the Moon Knight post-credits scene, we are here to answer all of your burning questions.

Given the psychedelic nature of Marc Spector’s experience up to this point, the answers may not be as straightforward. This, though, is what makes the latest Marvel series so interesting.

Are you willing? Let us be your guide as the one and only post-credits sequence of Moon Knight becomes really bizarre.

What Takes Place During the Moon Knight Post-credits Scene?

Arthur Harrow (Ethan Hawke) is seen in a London psychiatric institution in the aftermath of the events of the Moon Knight finale.

A Spanish-speaking man with black gloves and a flat cap wheels Harrow out of the hospital as he approaches him from behind. Along the way, Harrow observes that the unknown man has slain several members of the staff.

moon knight post credit scene
moon knight post-credit scene

The man in the flat cap drags Harrow outside and shoves him into a limo. Khonshu is positioned opposite him. The deity reveals that he doesn’t need Marc or Layla to be his Avatar because he already has one.

Khonshu introduces Harrow to his “friend” Jake Lockley, portrayed by Oscar Isaac, who is the third alter ego of Marc Spector. Lockley apparently kills Harrow with a gunshot


Does This Indicate That There Will Be a Second Season of Moon Knight?

The whole second season of A Moon Knight relies on the shoulders of Oscar Isaac. Previously, he told Variety, “If there’s any future, I guess it depends on whether people like it, whether they want to see more, and whether we find a story worth telling.”

There is undoubtedly enough material for Oscar Isaac’s MCU newcomer to return for a second season, however, nothing has been revealed regarding a second season.

While the Harrow drama may have concluded, Jake Lockley is now the ideal counterpoint for a second season with a more intense tone. As Marc and Steven gradually realize that another person is inhabiting their bodies, the show’s assets — its internal conflict — might be exploited.

There are also a few dangling strands left over from the show. One of them is Bushman, the former commanding officer of Marc Spector who was involved in the murder of Layla’s father.

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