The Marvel Cinematic Universe it is based on the principle that any project must always be part of an incredibly complex and ever broader continuity.
With the increase in films produced annually and the introduction of television series on the occasion of the new Multiverse Saga, maintaining narrative coherence becomes Harder and harder also for the same Marvel Studios insiders.
In addition to the already complex universe where most of the events of the saga take place, the writers and producers must now also keep in mind the various alternate realities, not to mention that there are now set rules for how timelines and different universes work. As complexity increases, error is always around the corner. So here’s Marvel Studios figuring out what might be there good solution.
In an interview given to Livescreenwriter and producer She-Hulk: Lawyer, Jessica Gaocommented on the actual placement of the show’s events in the Marvel Cinematic Universe timeline:
“The series definitely takes place after Endgame. In fact, there’s one person at Marvel whose job it is to trace the history of everything. We continually engage with this person to keep every detail in mind. For this we can say with certainty that the series takes place a few years after Endgame“.
With the new Multiverse Saga currently underway, and how Marvel Studios ushered in and connected the various alternate universes, we can only imagine how immersed this new figure hired by the studio is in the work.
Before the events of the saga come to a head with the highly anticipated Avengers: Kang Dynasty And Avengers: Secret Warsthe narrative will still have to go through all of Phase 5 and all of Phase 6, pending the conclusion of Phase 4 in November with the highly anticipated Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Therefore, there are still many events that the writers will have to deal with, but with this new number, the process should be more streamlined and intuitive.