If you're curious about She-potential Hulk's future after the season 1 finale, Jen Walters is too. However, the superhuman lawyer already has certain plans in mind, as she hinted in the show's extremely meta last episode. Tatiana Maslany's character Jen says to K.E.V.I.N., the AI computer that designs every plot in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (and an absurd stand-in for Kevin Feige, the real, live head of Marvel Studios), "I do have some opinions regarding the direction of season 2." However, K.E.V.I.N. interrupts Jen and tells her to get back inside her programme to wrap things up before she has a chance to tell us about her plans.
Although the She-Hulk series isn't perfect, it offers something unique in the ever expanding MCU. It touches on women's sexuality, not shying away from Jen having, joking about, and desiring sex—a rarity for Marvel's onscreen superheroes—and, most importantly, it frequently breaks the fourth wall with Jen's witty asides. First and foremost, it is more of a legal comedy than a superhero action show. While Jen deals with some nasty criminals, she also frequently encounters the misogynistic behaviour that women encounter in daily life, such as catcalling, mansplaining, and online bullying. Any woman would be furious about these things, but she would probably repress her rage in order to live or to avoid being dismissed as "emotional" and unimportant. Jen sheds light on a difficult truth—women are constantly angry; we simply have to learn to deal with it—as she navigates these situations as She-Hulk, a character who can turn into a large green smashing machine at the first sign of wrath.
Whether or not She-Hulk will make a second season, Maslany appears eager to keep playing the lead role. The actress said, "It would be amazing," when we inquired about the potential of her heading the Avengers.
Has She-Hulk received a second season renewal?
Not formally, but the season 1 finale, which aired on October 13, made numerous light-hearted allusions to it.
Maslany responded when asked if she was aware of any plans for a renewal in a recent interview with Extra: "I mean, I don't think so, yet. If we're basing this on the real Kevin [Feige], who appears in the moment to be highly contemptuous of this notion, it doesn't seem likely. However, I believe that he was also merely trying to get rid of Jen since she was asking too many questions.
What would the topic of season 2 be?
As our heroine says to K.E.V.I.N. in the conclusion, the legal comedy will probably continue to centre around her "learning to be both Jen and She-Hulk." Other narratives will also be included as Jen continues to balance her roles as superhero, lawyer, and Millennial Woman Figuring It All Out.
Bruce, for instance, who revealed in the finale that he is a parent, is her cousin. After spending some time on the planet Sakaar with his son, Skaar, he returned to his family. That concludes the reveal, although a potential second season might reveal more about Bruce's mini-past. me's
The final end-credits scene should also be taken into account. For violating his parole, Emil Blonsky is back in jail, but Wong manages to free him once more and smuggle him into Kamar-Taj. Will Jen search for them once more in the upcoming season?
We're most interested in learning more about Jen's connection with Matt Murdock/Daredevil, the hottest new coupling in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in season 2.
The cast's members are who?
Maslany is undoubtedly essential to the series in her leading role as Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk, but the actress has not yet declared her intention to return.
If She-Hulk is given greater screen time, Mark Ruffalo as Bruce the Hulk, Benedict Wong as Wong, Jameela Jamil as Titania, Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky the Abomination, and Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock the Daredevil may also appear more frequently. We'd probably see more of Josh Segarra as Pug, Renée Elise Goldberry as Mallory Book, and Ginger Gonzaga as Jen's BFF Nikki in non-superhuman roles. As the creator of Intellencia and the Hulk-obsessed incel Todd, John Bass' future is as of yet unknown.