She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has now completed its first season, and it has taken the Marvel Cinematic Universe to previously unimagined heights. The show chronicles lawyer Jennifer Walters’ journey to becoming the gamma-infused superhero known as She-Hulk (Tatiana Maslany).
Jen’s frustration with the show’s rapidly approaching climax is evident a little before halfway through the episode, when she complains about how every story is coming to an end. Jen physically climbs up out of her program’s icon on the Disney+ menu and into our “real world.” via her power to break the fourth wall, where she confronts the She-Hulk writers room.
Later, as Jen and K.E.V.I.N., a Kevin Feige-esque robot who controls the Marvel Cinematic Universe itself, are face to face, she talks back and forth about her show’s future with him. This includes her stating that Season 2 will have a distinct direction of its own .
Is She-Hulk getting a second season?
The only live-action Marvel Disney+ series to be confirmed for a second season was Loki, which revealed the news after the credits of its Season 1 finale.
While She-Hulk didn’t do that outright, these lines of dialogue from the show seem to discount that a Season 2 could be in store—even if Season 1 was not written with that intent.
He told Deadline‘s Hero Nation podcast this back in August. “Essentially, I’ve been taught that the story arc of a first season show needs to be able to stand on its own if it gets cancelled after just one season. Since there’s never a guarantee, and you don’t know if you’ll get another season, you can’t hold back or leave things open-ended. In one season, you must provide some sort of positive arc in case it gets picked up for a second, third, or fourth season, and then leave the door open for possibilities. So that’s the mindset I went into it with.”
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