We've finally had an update about She-Hulk's future in the MCU and it's unfortunately not looking good.


Tatiana Maslany starred as Jennifer Walters, the super-powered lawyer who guided us through one of Marvel's most meta and bizarre series to date.

The sitcom has balanced hard-hitting topics on women's safety with goofy cases, featuring the likes of incompetent magician Donny Blaze and reprehensible Z-list 'superhero' Mister Immortal.

It has also seen plenty of cameos, including Mark Ruffalo's Hulk and the stellar reintroduction of Daredevil. Perhaps Jen could make an appearance in their upcoming projects, too?

The She-Hulk ending certainly seemed to hint at the possibility of more, with its meta references offering some lightness after the devastating twist at the end of episode 8.

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However, speaking at the Emmys, Maslany shared her doubts.

Here's everything we know so far about a potential She-Hulk season 2.

Will there be She-Hulk season 2?

Sadly, it doesn't look likely.

In an interview on the Codenames LIVE! – The New Class stream (as reported by TheDirect), Maslany was asked about whether a second season is looking likely. She responded: "I don't think so. I think we blew our budget, and Disney was like, 'No thanks.'"

In a previous interview with RadioTimes.com, showrunner Jessica Gao said she wanted to see Jennifer Walters join the Fantastic Four in the upcoming MCU reboot from WandaVision director Matt Shakman.

Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer "Jen" Walters/She-Hulk in Marvel Studios' She-Hulk: Attorney at Law
Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer "Jen" Walters in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. Marvel Studios

However, the Rick and Morty alum has also expressed an interest in returning for another season of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, if a follow-up gets the green light from producer Kevin Feige.

"Honestly, even when I pitched the show, I already had an idea of where I would want it to go for another season and what the premise of that season would be," she told Collider.

"From the beginning, I had ideas of where it would go. But coming from TV, you can’t ever go into a first season show thinking you’re gonna get another season... you have to create a season that feels like it’s telling a complete story, and yet leaves the door open. That’s how I approached it."

However, the series' director Kat Coiro is unsure about what's next for Jen, exclusively telling RadioTimes.com that it is up to Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige.

"You know, I leave that question to Kevin [Feige] because he balances the MCU in his brain, and who knows what plans he has for She-Hulk in the future."

Who could be in a potential She-Hulk season 2 cast?

If She-Hulk: Attorney at Law were to return for a second season, you can expect star Tatiana Maslany to return in the title role (as well as alter-ego Jennifer Walters).

It seems likely she would be joined by her colleague and close friend Nikki, portrayed by Ginger Gonzaga, and their recent associates Augustus 'Pug' Pugliese (Josh Segarra) and Mallory Book (Renée Elise Goldsberry).

There could also be more MCU guest stars, after season 1 saw cameos from Benedict Wong as Wong, Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky/Abomination, Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock/Daredevil and Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner/Hulk.

A couple of new characters also became instant favourites, including Patty Guggenheim as party girl Madisynn King and Griffin Matthews as costume designer Luke Jacobson, so fans would no doubt welcome their returns.

What could happen in a potential She-Hulk season 2?

Mark Ruffalo and Tatiana Maslany in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law
Mark Ruffalo and Tatiana Maslany in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. Disney

A second season of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law would likely pick up on the unresolved plot threads from the recent finale, which saw Jen confront her stalkers from hateful message board, the Intelligencia.

The show has also proudly tackled Jen's everyday life, so expect another round of low stakes legal cases and dating mishaps, if there is a follow-up.

Fans are also eager to catch up with Jen's cousin Bruce Banner, last seen flying through space (likely back to Sakaar), although Gao previously told RadioTimes.com that would be a story for another MCU project.

It's possible, however, that the story of an as-yet-unconfirmed She-Hulk season 2 could tie into another Marvel film, as Captain America 4 was recently confirmed to feature Incredible Hulk villain The Leader and is rumoured to involve Red Hulk too.

Is there a She-Hulk season 2 trailer?

Not yet! Although the series is likely to receive a behind-the-scenes Assembled documentary, just like all the other Marvel Phase Four titles, so that will be the next piece of content to look out for.

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