She-Hulk Season 2. It’s something that we, and many others, have been thinking about for quite some time. Is Marvel Studios planning on making a second season? If so, when could it be released on Disney Plus? These are questions that we are going to try and answer in this article.
However, I have to warn you that not all the answers are there at the moment. We will answer the questions to the best of our ability, and the moment that we hear any news about the show’s second season, we will update this article accordingly. So, without any further ado, let’s talk about She-Hulk Season 2.
Is She-Hulk Season 2 happening on Disney Plus?
So, will there be a season two? This is the first question that I’m sure many of your want to have answered. Unfortunately, Marvel Studios is yet to confirm whether there will be a season 2 or not. However, there is a lot of source material for Marvel to work with. The original comics ran for an impressive 60 issues. This means that Marvel and the show’s writers have many stories to turn into more episodes of this new Disney Plus series.
I’m also pretty certain that the new Marvel character will play an important part in the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). However, this could also mean that the character might be brought into other, and potentially bigger, Marvel projects, such as the upcoming Avengers movies that were announced by Marvel President, Kevin Feige, during this year’s San Diego Comic-Con.
However, I will say that after the show’s premiere on the streaming service, the show’s writer Jessica Gao reveals to Deadline’s Hero Nation podcast that it was the writing team’s intention to tell a full story with the first season of the series. This means that she approached the series without thinking about whether they’ll get a second season or not. Therefore, they never really thought about setting up future episodes of the series. Here’s what Gao had to say on the matter:
Coming from television, you can never guarantee that you’re going to get another season with a first season show. So it’s kind of been trained into my head that, on a first-season show, you really have to tell a complete story that you’d be satisfied with if this is only a one-and-done.
Just because there’s never a guarantee, you just never know if you’re going to get another season, so you can’t really hold back and just leave things open-ended. You do have to tell some sort of satisfying arc in one season just in case, and then of course you leave the door open for possibilities for a second, third, and fourth season. So that was kind of my mental approach to it.
When could the second season be released?
Given the fact that we don’t know whether Marvel Studios has a second season of this new series in the works, it’s really difficult to know when a season two would be released on Disney Plus. However, I’m pretty confident that they are looking into making more episodes. All we can do is guess when the second season might be released on the streaming platform. My best guess would be 2023. I’m thinking that the release date could, however, be pushed into the summer of 2024. It all depends on what they’re planning for the future of the MCU and the character’s future within it.
The MCU operates in phases. I think that the second season could be released in Phase 5, but it could very easily be pushed into Phase 6. Something tells me that Marvel might want to release the second season sooner rather than later.
What could happen in Season 2?
As for what could happen in a second season, that’s also a really tough question to answer. It all depends on what happens towards the end of the show’s first season. However, I’m pretty certain that we’re going to see more of Titania (played by Jameela Jamil). She’s one of Jennifer Waters’ biggest adversaries in the comics. However, I also wonder whether we’ll see more people try to get their hands on her blood.
I would love to see a second season, and there are so many stories they could adapt for another season of the series. Also, the fact that most of the show’s episodes are self-contained stories means that they can basically do whatever they want for the upcoming episodes.
This series stars Tatiana Gabriele Maslany, Mark Ruffalo, Jameela Jamil, Ginger Gonzaga, Mark Linn Baker, Josh Segarra, Tess Malis Kincaid, Jon Bass, Charlie Cox, Tim Roth and Renee Elise Goldsberry. I would expect most, if not all, of these actors to return for another season should it get the green light from Marvel Studios.
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