The opening three episodes have so far left viewers in the dark, offering only vague clues about the reality of their situation.
Speaking to The Wrap, WandaVision’s head writer Jac Schaeffer said: “We will need to start answering some questions and clarifying what’s going on.
“I don’t want to spoil it by telling you how we do it, but there are answers to be had in the upcoming episodes.”
The recent third episode of the series included a reference to the death of Wanda’s brother Pietro in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015).
Schaeffer also said that the show would explore the characters’ “trauma”.
“The show is about Wanda and Vision and it’s an opportunity to dig deeper into who they are,” she said. “And that has to do with where they come from.
“We’re all a product of our experiences and our trauma and our relationships. And so we will be exploring all of those details of their pasts as we move forward.”
New episodes of WandaVision will arrive on Disney+ every Friday.
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