Hawkeye's fifth episode was released one day before the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home. The episode featured a crucial conversation between Florence Pugh's Yelena and Hailee Steinfeld's Kate Bishop during which fans watched a major Easter egg related to the Tom Holland movie. The exact proposal explained the relationship between Hawkeye and Spider-Man: No Way Home.
In the new episode of Hawkeye, Marvel appeared to confirm the show's schedule, which turned out to be after the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home. This supposed confirmation came during a strange exchange between Yelena and Kate's characters, with the former mentioning some sights she hopes to see while in New York. While listing the same, Yelena mentioned the "new and improved" Statue of Liberty.
For those of you still confused, if you've watched the Spider-Man: No Way Home promotions and trailers carefully, you probably know that the main showdown takes place at the Statue of Liberty with the addition of Captain America's shield. Promotions show that the Statue of Liberty is still under construction with some scaffolding around it. From Yelena's dialogue, it's clear that during the timeline Hawkeye was assigned, construction work on the Statue of Liberty was completed.
Considering how Marvel fans can be, even the tiniest Easter eggs can be exciting, and thus Hawkeye is now going viral. As for Spider-Man: No Way Home, the movie has already opened in India and is looking to start an amazing box office after day one.