Still, I wouldn’t put too much weight in how last season was handled. It could very well have been that Hasbro decided to send out the first two episodes, which were already in production at the end of season one, early to capitalize on the fandom. Now that they have “started” the new season, they might consider themselves to have leeway on getting the rest of the episodes out.
Remember also that episode one last season was also the series pilot. It could very well have been that other episodes were done, but that Hasbro held off showing them until they saw the reaction. Had FIM not been popular, they would have aired something more profitable.
Now, it could very well be that the gap is two weeks. That is still possible. However, the circumstances have changed enough that I would hesitate before making any prediction based on how the airings went in the past.