Phase 4 has already introduced audiences to new starring heroes including Shang-Chi and the Eternals on the big screen, but Disney+ just brought viewers another: Moon Knight.  

Reactions to the psychological thriller are beyond ecstatic, but intriguingly, Moon Knight may be the most disconnected MCU entry to release since 2008's Iron Man.

Based on the first episode and hints from reviewers towards the first four installments, the series appears to be nearly devoid of links to the larger MCU story. 

But the move looks to be intentional as one producer explained the decision to open up the series to new audiences as it stands alone within the universe.

Despite this, recent rumors have pointed to one Avenger showing up in the series, and the cast and crew are already talking about where Marc Spector will go within the MCU. 

alternate universes, many may be eager to know where Moon Knight places in relation to the timeline. Well, Disney+ just answered that question. 

Disney+ updated the Marvel Cinematic Universe Timeline Order following the release of Moon Knight to place the psychological order after Hawkeye.

The chronological placement of Moon Knight makes it the most recent in the timeline, taking place after Eternals, Hawkeye, and therefore, Spider-Man: No Way Home​​​​​​.