Despite being praised for sticking true to the source material, Disney+’s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law still got repeatedly bashed online by the “anti-woke” Marvel mob, and we don’t have a second season in sight.
Reports were coming out earlier this week that star Tatiana Maslany had revealed during a Twitch stream that a second season of She-Hulk was unlikely with Disney. She said, “I don’t think so… I think we blew our budget, and Disney was like, ‘No thanks!’”
While She-Hulk haters were ecstatic about the news, io9 does say that the statement can be taken out of context. According to the site, Marvel is merely going through a “reevaluation” since Bob Iger returned to run the Disney company, and the slates and films had to be reshuffled and adjusted again. “… While Marvel works everything out, it’s not that a second season of She-Hulk has been completely abandoned. It just seems less likely than not at the moment,” the site writes.
Though the series did get generally good reviews, the biggest problem with She-Hulk was said to be in the budget, with Marvel said to have spent upwards of $200 million for the first season. With the show admittedly not making Mandalorian numbers, it would make sense for Disney to re-evaluate and figure out the most cost effective way to bring Shulkie back for another season.
If you ask me, they can probably just go with a movie, but the “new client a week” format does seem to be very core with the show.
You can check out the first season of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law now streaming on Disney+.