The Director of Attorney at Law, Kat Coiro, Discusses the Prospect of a Second…

The Director of Attorney at Law, Kat Coiro, Discusses the Prospect of a Second Season of the Program

The most anticipated Phase 4 Marvel product to date is She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, which is the most recent and last Marvel show to air on Disney+.

The plot of the program will center on Tatiana Maslany’s portrayal of Jennifer Walters. When Jennifer comes into contact with her cousin Bruce Banner’s blood during a car accident, she ends up bestowed (or cursed) with the Hulk’s abilities.

Despite becoming the She-Hulk, she chooses to carry on with her legal career. However, things get tricky when she is appointed head of a division of her business that only represents clients who are superhuman.

While the newly introduced character of Jennifer Walters is enough to draw a large audience, the show’s hype can also be attributed to a large number of cameos from already established MCU characters, such as Bruce Banner, AKA Hulk, played by Mark Ruffalo; Wong, played by Benedict Wong; and, of course, fan favorite, Matt Murdock, AKA Daredevil, played by Charlie Cox.

The program has received so much attention that there is already some background conversation about it getting renewed for a second season.

Although it hasn’t been officially announced, director Kat Coiro has been upfront and honest about the potential for the program should it be renewed for a second season. She said the following in detail to The Direct about the situation:

You have this superhuman law firm assumption, which kind of lends itself to unlimited possibilities, which is what’s so intriguing to me, I mean.

Any MCU character that has ever lived or will ever exist could enter or exit through these doors without feeling superfluous or out of place. It would feel very natural. Therefore, I believe there is no limit to what they may accomplish with this going forward.

Jennifer’s remarks clarify a key element of the show’s status as a legal comedy and may even hint at the possibility that there may be more appearances in this season of the show than the promotional material has suggested.

On August 18, Disney+ will begin streaming She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.