“She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” Season 1 premiered last year with mixed reactions from Marvel fans. But the show still gained a dedicated fan base. So can fans expect “She-Hulk” Season 2?

Will there be a Season 2 of ‘She-Hulk’?

While fans are hopeful for “She-Hulk” Season 2, they received a disappointing update from star Tatiana Maslany last October. Maslany, who plays Jennifer Walters, revealed that she hasn’t heard much about Season 2, according to Screenrant.

  • In an interview with Extra, Maslany said, “I mean, I don’t think so, yet. Kevin in the scene seems to be very dismissive of this idea, so, if we’re basing this off of the real Kevin, it doesn’t seem likely.”
  • “But he was also, I think, just trying to get rid of Jen, because she was asking too many questions ... I don’t know,” Malsany said. “If I could be coy, and have some little secret, I would do that. But, I really don’t. I don’t know anything.”
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‘She-Hulk’ was written for one season

Head writer Jessica Gao revealed that the show was originally drafted as a story that would have only one season, since there was “no guarantee” of “She-Hulk” Season 2, per Screenrant. But that doesn’t mean that She-Hulk won’t appear later on in the MCU.

  • In an episode of the podcast “Hero Nation,” Gao said, “I would be shocked if (Marvel Studios) didn’t start putting her in the movies, especially the group team-up movies,” per CBR.com.
  • According to CBR.com Mark Ruffalo, who plays Jen Walter’s cousin Bruce Banner, jokingly said in an interview, “She’s in now, there’s not going to be another ‘Avengers’ without her.”

Was ‘She-Hulk’ a success?

“She-Hulk “Season 1 was a decent success — it received a score of 77% on Rotten Tomatoes and racked up 390 million minutes of watch time as of September 2022, according to The Direct. Here’s what critics had to say:

  • “‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’ is a fun series with good action, decent comedy, and feminist thoughtfulness,” Peyton Robinson wrote for RobertEbert.com. “It addresses the differences in gendered perception and depiction by media and society at large, the distinctiveness and power of female anger, and the forced monolith that female heroes are expected to be.”
  • “... ‘She-Hulk’ is charming enough as it bounces from one hijink to the next, especially in (Tatiana Maslany’s) capable hands,” Caroline Framke wrote for Variety. “But between its obligations to the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe, a far more limited budget than its film peers, and attempts to infuse Jen’s story with dated #girlboss energy, ‘She-Hulk’ also represents an unsteady balancing act that needs more time than it likely has to settle into its own groove.”
  • “Marvel’s ‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’ misses the mark by far less than the length of your average Hulk. But watching ‘She-Hulk’ is like watching your favorite basketball team overshoot the buzzer beater by this much.” Kelly Lawler wrote for USA Today. “It’s like when you get to the subway just as the doors of the train close.”

What’s ‘She-Hulk’ rated and why?

According to Common Sense Media, “She-Hulk” Season 1 is appropriate for kids aged 13 and up. The show contains:

  • Language.
  • Violence.
  • Sexual themes and situations.
  • Drinking.
  • Adult themes.