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Will There Be She-Hulk Season 2? She-Hulk In Avengers?

She-Hulk Season 2
She-Hulk Season 2

She-Hulk Season 2 may have been teased in the season 1 finale. The fight between Jennifer Walters and the Intelligencia was resolved in the She-Hulk season 1 finale, but it also left room for future stories. If Tatiana Maslany’s character made a return, She-Hulk might show up again in court, along with additional MCU celebrity cameos and new Marvel Comics characters.

With the completion of She-Hulk season 1, Marvel has officially completed its television show schedule for Phase 4. As a result, the only MCU projects left for 2022 are Wakanda Forever and the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special. While other MCU series, such as The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, only lasted one season, Marvel’s What If…? and Loki have already been confirmed to return in Phase 5. Similar to them, the She-Hulk series has the vibe of a series that might last another season, if not longer.

She-Hulk Season 1 Finale Wakes Way For Season 2

Few shows have foreshadowed future seasons as explicitly as She-Hulk did, as seen by the real-world scene in episode 9, where writers openly discussed She-Hulk’s season 2 plans. Whether or not this tease comes true remains to be seen, but enough occurred in season 1 to offer some hints as to the direction Marvel might take the narrative in the future.

She-Hulk Season 2

Plans for She-Hulk Season 2

If she returns, it makes it likely that she’ll pursue her legal career and possibly devote some time as a superhero, especially given that Daredevil seemed to be pushing her in episode 8 to take that direction. She-Hulk might possibly bring back Smart Hulk, Abomination, and the Wrecking Crew in addition to doing additional things with that, and could even bring back The Man Without Fear himself.

Will There Be A She-Hulk Season 2?

She-Hulk head writer Jessica Gao claims that the show was handled as a story that would only run one season because there was “no certainty” of a renewal. She-Hulk season 2 hasn’t exactly been ruled off, as both Gao and the show’s director Kat Coiro have expressed an openness to the idea. According to Coiro, Kevin Feige, the head of Marvel Studios, is the only one who has knowledge of She-Hulk’s future. 

Fans of the show are still suffering from its fourth-wall-breaking finale, but creator Jessica Gao is talking about a potential Season 2 of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. Although the creator of the MCU show expressed the need to take a break before continuing and compared the production process to childbirth, she did not reveal whether conversations were taking place for the project’s future.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’s possibilities for season 2 are unknown because there are no viewership figures to measure the show’s success, especially in light of the harsh response to the MCU series. Marvel Studios would still be able to continue the show without the original creator even if they wanted to start another episode before Gao was prepared.

She-Hulk Season 2 Release Date

There is a chance that She-Hulk season 2 will be included in the Multiverse Saga if Marvel approves it. It could arrive at the earliest in 2024, maybe as a late arrival into Phase 5, depending on when Marvel starts working on it. Alternatively, Marvel could wait until Phase 6. Given that Marvel does have a number of unreleased projects with release dates in 2024 and 2025, any scenario is possible. 

She-Hulk Season 2

Jessica Gao

Eric Martin, who worked with Michael Waldron to create Loki season 1, is now in charge of the writing staff, while the former head writer concentrated on Kevin Feige’s Star Wars, the Multiverse of Madness, and now Avengers: Secret Wars.

If Loki season 2 lives up to fans’ expectations following its highly praised debut, it might show that She-Hulk season 2 could go on without Gao if she wasn’t ready to rejoin the MCU. However, given that the studio is giving multiple projects to writers like Jeff Loveness and Michael Waldron, who wrote Ant-Man 3 and ended up signing on for Avengers: The Kang Dynasty, it seems likely that Marvel would try to bring Gao back if interested in renewing the show for season 2.

Director On She-Hulk Season 2

Even though She-Hulk season 1 is ended, the show’s creative team is already planning for a second one. It’s nothing uncommon to break the fourth wall, but “She-Hulk” takes it even further than before. Jen Walters, a.k.a. She-Hulk, smashes through Disney+ itself in the season finale to confront the show’s creators. From there, she enters “Kevin’s” (the head of Marvel Studios) office secretly. Instead of Kevin Feige, viewers who were expecting him were met by K.E.V.I.N, an AI robot with a design like that of the baseball cap Feige always wears at Marvel events.

When it comes to the plots of the series, Coiro thinks the revelation in the finale to be “essential.” The director told, “I think you should allow the MCU world to remain as a world itself, not be continuously governed by an AI.” That appears to mean the AI version of K.E.V.I.N might not even be seen anytime soon.

According to Coiro, there is still hope for Jen’s future as a lawyer, and she can still continue to represent clients. Even though she may no longer be hired by GLK&H, her legal expertise would still be useful. Jen might later establish a law firm with her associates and friends.

She-Hulk Season 2

She-Hulk team

As for Matt Murdock, a.k.a. Daredevil, they can still develop their relationship. They had a one-night stand, but to Jen’s joy and the surprise of viewers everywhere, he returned for a brief cameo in the finale. Coiro acknowledges that Jen and her family have a chance to grow, but she finds the connection to Murdock to be the most interesting. She said, “There’s a version where she joins Daredevil on his show since they have such amazing chemistry.

Will There Be A She-Hulk Movie?

The season finale of “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” ends with a meta twist as Jen smashes her way through the episode’s finale and into Marvel Studios, where she meets KEVIN, an all-knowing AI. The heroine questions the entity about a number of aspects of her show, and she specifically remarks on its continuation.

It’s important to note that KEVIN doesn’t correct her, even though this comment is more of a hint at Season 2 of the show than an explicit confirmation. The show’s creator Jessica Gao hinted at her plans for BFFs Madisynn and Wong to get a follow-up episode in the future, so the creative team undoubtedly has ideas for additional episodes. In addition, the show’s director, Kat Coiro, told that a Season 2 was possible but added that she was unaware of any concrete plans.

She-Hulk Season 2

She-Hulk In Avengers

During his appearance, KEVIN (and not Feige) does rule out the possibility of a “She-Hulk” solo film. It informs Jen that it will see her on the big screen as she leaves KEVIN’s room. Starry-eyed Jen asks, “Really?” “No,” the AI responds. It’s ironic to rule out a project like that, but there’s a decent chance KEVIN was just having some fun with She-Hulk, and that full-length film for the character was subsequently planned.

She-Hulk In Avengers

There appear to be some significant team-ups in She-Hulk’s MCU future, even though the “She-Hulk” season finale is secretive about the possibility of a Season 2 or a film sequel. Mark Ruffalo, who plays the MCU’s Hulk, talked about She-Hulk. Without her, the actor stated, “There won’t be another ‘Avengers.'” Ruffalo’s statement probably refers to the planned movie duology “The Kang Dynasty” and “Secret Wars,” which are scheduled to release in theaters in 2025 and 2026, respectively.

It’s also worthwhile to take another look at the last conversation between She-Hulk and KEVIN. Jen interrupts the AI and tells it to “save that for the movie” as it tries to explain why Hulk appears in the final battle. The statement might be a hint for a brand-new MCU “Hulk” film, which will be the first since “The Incredible Hulk” from 2008.

It’s possible that things have changed since Ruffalo told in 2017 that he doesn’t think the Hulk will ever star in another solo movie. World War Hulk and Tatiana Maslany’s She-Hulk would probably be top on the list of recurring characters for a future production centered on the original green giant. “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” definitely sets up some interesting plot threads concerning Hulk and his time off-planet. Overall, She-Hulk appears to be a lock for upcoming “Avengers” team-up films, but it is unclear if fans will see her in any additional projects.

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