According to recent reports, Disney and Marvel are still discussing the possibility of creating a second season for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, despite a pessimistic update from the show’s lead actor, Tatiana Maslany. While Maslany’s comments regarding the potential for a second season were valid, a source close to the situation has revealed that Disney CEO Bob Iger is still open to a potential renewal. However, due to budget concerns, it seems less likely than not at the moment.
Created by Jessica Gao, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law ran from August to October 2022 and was set in Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The series is centered around Maslany’s titular character, Jennifer Walters, who is a legal professional with similar traits to her superhero cousin, Bruce Banner/The Incredible Hulk. The debut season of the show was praised for its uniqueness, with Maslany earning high marks for her performance as the title character.
Despite positive critical reviews, the first season of She-Hulk garnered a disappointing 32% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, the lowest for any MCU series. The negative feedback was largely centered around the show’s visual effects and story arcs. However, the series did receive multiple Saturn Award nominations, including one for Maslany. It remains to be seen whether fans will be eager to see She-Hulk return for a second season, but the possibility is still open if production becomes more cost-effective.
While the future of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is uncertain, it appears Disney and Marvel are still considering the possibility of a second season. Despite the show’s mixed reception, Maslany’s performance as the title character was highly praised, and the series was nominated for multiple Saturn Awards. With budget concerns being the main obstacle, the possibility of a renewal remains open if production becomes more cost-effective.Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News