Tatiana Maslany's She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is fast approaching the end of her full Disney+ series of Phase 4, giving the Marvel Cinematic Universe its second Hulk-centric project following 2008's The Incredible Hulk. However, questions remain over whether the series will continue into a second season after Season 1.
The only live-action MCU series that has been renewed for a Season 2 thus far is Tom Hiddleston's Loki, although She-Hulk's prospects look fairly good as well. This started with evidence that came more than a year ago, as merchandise given to the cast and crew was labeled with "Season One," implying that further seasons are on the way.
Kat Coiro, the director of Marvel Studios, discussed the possibility of She-Hulk moving into Season 2, noting that Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige was in charge of making the final decision on that. Now, thanks to a new exclusive interview with The Direct, Coiro revisits the possibility of Season 2 becoming a reality if Feige makes the call.
Season 2 Season 2 Possibilities: The Director of She-Hulk
Pamela Gores and She-Hulk: Attorney at Law director Kat Coiro discussed what might happen with the show if it is renewed for a second season on Disney+.
Coiro would do what she would do differently if she had the chance to revisit Jennifer Walters' story, to which she added, "The... principle of superhuman law opens up endless possibilities" for any MCU character to appear in a potential Season 2:
Gores: Is there anything you know that you would want to do differently if you had the chance to repeat Jens' story again in a future Season 2?
Coiro: What makes this program so interesting to me is that it has this superhuman law firm premise that kind of lends itself to infinite possibilities. You could literally have any character who has ever existed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe or who will ever exist pass through these doors, and it would feel completely natural. So I think the sky is the limit in terms of what they can do with this moving forward.
Will She-Hulk Get a Season 2?
She-Hulk's first season is already delivering a remarkable array of Marvel film supporting characters, including Tim Roth's Emil Blonsky/Abomination and even including Benedict Wong's Wong from the Doctor Strange films. This comes on top of Charlie Cox's first appearance as Daredevilunder Marvel Studios, which has already had fans ecstatic about what the Man Without Fear can do in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
She-Hulk's marketing has often promoted the series as a legal comedy mixed with a "case-of-the-week" attitude, opening the way for just about any character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to potentially play a role from one episode to another. This is especially the case with Jennifer Walters, who specialises in superhuman law, who may be the voice for the franchise's major names if they are in trouble.
The fate of She-Hulk's return for Season 2 is still a mystery, but considering how often the cast and crew have discussed it, the possibility cannot be left off the table.
On Thursday, August 18, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will begin streaming on Disney+.