“She-Hulk” ended season 1 with an insane and MCU-unusual finale. What will happen in season 2 and will there even be a sequel to the Disney+ series?
- “She-Hulk” season 1 is over and ended in a particularly unexpected way.
- A 2nd season of the Marvel series is not yet confirmed, but could be coming.
- An appearance by Jennifer Walters in other series and movies can’t be ruled out either.
“She-Hulk” could not convince all Marvel fans with the 1st season on Disney+, but in the season finale, the series used all its strengths for a particularly creative conclusion. In the process, however, we were not only offered meta jokes at the expense of the MCU, but also got to know a whole new and important new character. When, how and if it continues with “She-Hulk” in season 2.
She-Hulk Season 2: Release date
So far, season 2 of “She-Hulk” has not been officially confirmed. This is hardly surprising, since only a few Marvel series were immediately extended for another season. On the one hand, Disney has to check the success of the series, on the other hand, a continuation of the story does not necessarily have to be told in another season.
The story of “WandaVision”, for example, was continued in the cinema in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” and also She-Hulk could henceforth simply appear in other MCU productions, for example in “Daredevil: Born Again.”
However, the season 1 finale already seems to hint at a 2nd season, while a “She-Hulk” movie is humorously ruled out. What should be certain is that we haven’t seen the last of Jennifer Walters aka She-Hulk.
She-Hulk Season 2: Plot
Without a confirmed season 2, little can be said about the plot of a potential sequel. Especially since season 1 broke the fourth wall so violently in the finale that it’s hard to imagine a return to normalcy.
The Intelligencia storyline seems to have been concluded, Titania is hardly a threat anymore either. A straight lawyer series is unlikely, but a mix of courtroom comedy and action series is conceivable.
Daredevil and Jen seem to have feelings for each other, but the devilish lawyer soon disappears back to New York, where we’ll see him again in his own series (possibly getting a visit from Jen).
All the twists and turns from the finale seem more like setups for upcoming films. For example, Wong frees the re-imprisoned Emil Blonsky from prison and leads him through a portal to Kamar-Taj. It’s possible we’ll see Blonsky and Wong again in the upcoming “Thunderbolts” movie.
The biggest twist is probably Bruce Banner’s revelation that he has a son named Skaar. Bruce was on Sakaar for much of Season 1, though the exact circumstances of his whereabouts remain unknown and will likely be covered in more detail in an upcoming film – just as Jen wanted K.E.V.I.N. to do.
This is where a separate Hulk movie would actually be due, but further, the rights to Hulk solo movies are held by Universal, so Hulk can really only appear with his son in another movie. When and where that will happen, of course, only K.E.V.I.N. knows!
The MCU continues in November with “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever“. This will then end the rather aimless 4th phase of the MCU, but in February Kang returns in “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” and thus the big villain for the next Avengers event.