The Incredible Hulk from 2008 was the first Hulk-focused production for the MCU, while Tatiana Maslany’s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is the last complete Disney+ series of Phase 4. The show’s future has already been discussed, however, since Marvel fans are always anticipating what lies ahead. Season 1 is set to end in October.
The only live-action MCU series that has been extended for a second season so far is Tom Hiddleston’s Loki, despite the fact that She-Chances Hulk’s seems to be doing rather well. The first piece of evidence that surfaced more than a year ago was commemorative gifts presented to the actors and crew that were stamped “Season One,” suggesting that additional seasons are already in the works.
She-Hulk may return for Season 2 in 2022, according to director Kat Coiro, who noted that Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios, would have the last say in that decision. Thanks to a recent exclusive interview with The Direct, Coiro has reviewed the chance that Season 2 will occur should Feige chooses to further the storyline.
The She-Hulk filmmaker is considering potential Season 2 alternatives.
As She-Hulk described to Pamela Gores of The Direct: Kat Coiro, the director of Attorney at Law, considered what may happen if the programme was renewed for a second season on Disney+.
Coiro highlighted how the “exciting…premise of superhuman law” gives “unlimited possibilities” for any MCU character to appear in a hypothetical Season 2: The Last Airbender episode when we asked her what she would change if she could read Jennifer Walters’ narrative again.
If Jen’s tale could be developed further in a future Season 2, is there anything you know that you would want to do differently? Gores
The idea of a legal company made up of superhumans intrigues Coiro because it seems like it might lead to an endless number of options. Any MCU character, past or present, could theoretically enter or go via these doors without seeming gratuitous or out of place. It would feel very natural. I think the possibilities are endless since they can do anything with this in the future.
Is She-Hulk Season 2 in the works?
The first season of She-Hulk has already provided fans with an exciting ensemble of MCU supporting characters, including the return of Tim Roth’s Emil Blonsky/Abomination and even the introduction of Benedict Wong’s Wong from the Doctor Strange movie. This also follows Charlie Cox’s first appearance as the character under that studio, which has fans excited about what the Man Without Fear may do in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
She-marketing Hulk usually presents the programme as a legal comedy with a “case-of-the-week” vibe, which leaves the possibility open for almost any MCU character to theoretically appear in various episodes. In particular, Jennifer Walters’ knowledge of superhuman law gives her the ability to represent the most well-known characters in the series in court.
Given how often the actors and crew have discussed it, it’s uncertain if She-Hulk will return for Season 2, but it’s not completely improbable.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will be streamable starting on August 18 on Disney+.
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