Marvel Television shows have always taken place in the same universe as the movies, but Marvel Studios TV shows will actually be acknowledged in the films. Kevin Feige confirmed that the new Disney+ projects will have an effect on the big screen stories.

The Marvel Studios boss revealed to /Film that the upcoming TV series are set to actually have an impact on the movies.

“It will be MCU proper. Sometimes it will take place as ‘Captain Marvel’ did in a time before current events, sometimes it will take place during. What I will say, whatever happens in those, in those shows and with characters that have been in the films, they’ll undergo transformations, not Loki necessarily, but will undergo transformations in their series and those transformations will be reflected in their next film appearances because we’ve been developing long-form narrative stories for Disney+ at the exact same time that we’ve been developing a post-[‘Avengers: Endgame’] MCU, we’ve been able to do something we’ve never done before, which is interweave them from the start, from the plant.”

Aside from the Loki project, there are also TV shows with a couple of team-ups. Love interests Scarlet Witch and Vision are set to have a Disney+ show run by Jac Schaeffer, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Winter Soldier and Falcon are also reportedly getting a series on the new platform with Malcolm Spellman set to write episodes.

Past Marvel TV shows haven’t been able to have an effect on the MCU largely because of timing. Movies are planned years in advance while television is much faster. Hence, shows like “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” often reference the events of the movies, but it’s typically a one-way street despite the long-running catchphrase, “It’s all connected.”

Disney+ is set to launch late this year, long after “Avengers: Endgame” hits theaters in April. Hopefully, the new movie will explain how there are three separate TV shows being planned about characters who died in last year’s “Avengers: Infinity War.”

Loki is one of several MCU characters set to get a TV show on Disney+, a new streaming service. Marvel Studios