According to an interview on CNET with series producer Kanako Shirasaki and executive producer James Waugh, “Visions” is not a part of the main “Star Wars” canon yet, but the possibility it could supply a jumping off point for more canonical interpretations to come is definitely out there.
“It might influence the next generation of creators,” Shirasaki said.
Waugh added, “Are there plans to integrate ‘Visions’ into the timeline saga storytelling? Not currently, but I have no doubt that we will see things that were in ‘Visions’ become part of the fabric of ‘Star Wars’ over the next decades.”
Further complicating matters, the largely non-canonical “Star Wars: Visions” has already spun off a pice of ancillary media — an upcoming book entitled “Star Wars Visions: Ronin: A Visions Novel.” While fans might have to wait awhile to see how “Visions” influences future pieces of franchise lore, they’ll definitely have a fresh way to dive deeper into this new and exciting show.