She-Hulk: Attorney at Law's second season hasn't been officially confirmed, but given how well it was built up, it would be a waste if it didn't.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law season 2 is currently unconfirmed, although failing to do so would be a huge waste of the MCU's potential. Tatiana Maslany, from Orphan Black, starred in the most recent MCU Disney+ series as attorney Jennifer Walters, Bruce Banner's cousin who turns into the Hulk after coming into contact with his blood in a car accident. On October 13, 2022, She-Hulk season 1 came to a close with an explosive climax that altered what it means to be an MCU property as a result of She-fourth-wall-breaking Hulk's journey within Marvel Studios.
The movie was well received despite some dubious visual effects because of Tatiana Maslany's sharp portrayal, the humor, and its self-awareness inside the MCU. Even though Walters' story has so much unrealized potential, there are presently no plans for a second season. She-Hulk is not just a lot of lighthearted entertainment for viewers (a change from recent Marvel Studios efforts), but the legal comedy style of the show makes it ideal for a continuation in She-Hulk season 2. She-Hulk: Attorney at Law works best as a long-form series, so a season 2 should not be ruled out.
Will There Be A Second Season?
In an interview with Comicbook.com, She-Hulk creator Jessica Gao compared the process of making the show to giving birth, urging people to give her a second chance. And that is exactly how she feels right now. This proves that making She-Hulk was a lot of work for the production team, especially since the content of the show and the quality of the CGI have been criticized.
The movie star, Maslany, emphasized that she is unaware of any preparations for season 2 of the show when asked by Extra about the status of the project. She instead took inspiration from the conversation between Walters and the character Kevin, who made an appearance in episode 9, 'Whose Show Is This?'. According to her, the scene shows Kevin being very dismissive, so if they are modeling after the real Kevin, it does not seem likely. But since there hasn't yet been any official answer, the possibility for the series to continue still exists.
Where Else Could She-Hulk Show Up in the MCU?
Because Captain America: New World Order and Thunderbolts are both supposed to be following Hulk storylines, with the Leader making a return in New World Order and a potential Red Hulk played by Harrison Ford in Thunderbolts, She-Hulk might feature in these films.
Since Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars are expected to be the most hero-packed MCU movies since Avengers: Endgame, She-Hulk will almost certainly make a return if the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law protagonist doesn't feature in any of these projects.