WandaVision’s Showrunner Reveals The Many ‘Headaches’ While Coming Up With The Show

WandaVision’s showrunner, Jac Schaeffer has revealed the many headaches that she and her team had when coming up with the show and trying to figure it all out. She revealed this during a recent interview with Digital Spy.

I’ve been loving this new Marvel TV series, and it’s really been keeping me scratching my head trying to figure out what’s really going on. It’s just so brilliantly written that it’s really keeping you guessing and that’s why it’s proven to be so popular.

Well. coming up with a show like WandaVision isn’t easy and it turns out that it really wasn’t easy for the showrunner and her creative team. She revealed this recently during an interview with a British media outlet, Digital Spy.

WandaVision’s showrunner revealed the show wasn’t easy to come up with


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Here’s what Jac Schaeffer had to say about what it was like trying to come up with a show like WandaVision:

I think that when we were breaking the story, it was really hard. We had a lot of goals. There were a lot of different levels. I have a lot of memories. When I think about the early stages of breaking it – I remember a lot of headaches, and just being like, ‘How do we hold this all in?’ We had so many different systems and color coding and formats to make it all work. And the decision-making of what’s too much? What’s gilding the lily? What’s not enough? All of those early development decisions are really hard.

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