It has long been known that the series “What if …” (“What if …?”) would have two seasons. Even before we have the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase Four premieres. It is known that this series, which was originally supposed to have 20 episodes, ended up being split into two seasons of 10 episodes, which in turn ended up being two seasons of 9 episodes each.
The animation proposal was to review the stories seen in the first three phases of UCM. Therefore, the logical thing was to think that in the second season, we would continue to see alternate stories from the Infinity Saga. However, this will not be the case. The Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has confirmed in a new interview that the Marvel series will also incorporate stories from the Phase 4 films into its second season..
During the promo for “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” Feige was asked about the connection between Phase 4 and exploration of the multiverse and “What if …?”, To which he replied. :
It’s the pleasure of having the What if…? Series now; we can explore questions like that. And I’ll say that just as Season 1 builds on the MCU movies and storylines you’ve seen so far, Season 2 will definitely integrate the films of phase 4.
That is, it would make sense to expect to see stories from those early Phase Four versions, such as the Eternals or Shang-Chi, in other characters. Strangely enough, these are films and not series.
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