Disney Leaks She-Hulk Series Premiere Date in Website Update

Disney doesn’t usually give out information about its next Marvel projects until they’re ready, but it seems a recent mistake revealed the slated release date for She-Hulk. According to a post, which has since been deleted, on the Disney+ UK website, the new series starring Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters, Bruce Banner’s cousin, will debut on the platform on August 17. which means it will arrive just a month after the conclusion of Ms. Marvel and the arrival of Thor: Love and Thunder in cinemas.

She-Hulk will be another break from the norm as it brings legal comedy to the MCU, and could also bring a number of surprise appearances with it. The series will focus on Jennifer Walters, who assumes some of her cousin Bruce Banner’s superpowers following an emergency blood transfusion after an accident. In the series, Walters specializes in legal cases involving superheroes, and while we already know that Mark Ruffalo will reprise his role as Bruce Banner, he’ll be joined by Tim Roth as the Abomination. Beyond that, there are plenty of possible crossovers and cameos that could appear on the show.


The series will run for ten half-hour episodes, and while there will likely be an overarching storyline that will become apparent as the series progresses, there will likely be a few chances for cameo appearances from others. superhero given Walters’ specific type of case. Since the first details of the series were announced, there have been rumors that the series could see the return of Howard The Duck, Daredevil and a number of other characters who appeared with She-Hulk in his adventures. cartoon. However, we now know to expect too much and be grateful for what we get… right?

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She-Hulk could be the last Marvel series coming to Disney+ this year

Marvel Studios and Disney may have a set list of movie release dates for their MCU theatrical offerings, but they’ve recently been much more wary of releasing their Disney+ TV shows. Although there have been many changes and delays to contend with recently thanks to the Covid pandemic and the pressure it has placed on the filming and post-production of movies and TV series. We believed at one time that She-Hulk would be released in early 2022, with Mrs. Wonder and the next Secret Invasion series coming later, but, probably thanks to the amount of post-production effects to be applied, She-Hulk seemed to be pushed back to allow this work to be completed without rushing the final touches.

There are still rumors that a Halloween Special Night Werewolf will be coming to Disney+ this year in October, and Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special will drop in December, but they might be the only other Disney shows to drop this year. Although there are anime shows like What if…? season 2 and I am Groot which can possibly be inserted somewhere, it doesn’t look like we’ll see any of the other live action shows coming until 2023 unless Marvel really continues with it Secret Invasion.

Either way, with Covid restrictions and delays seemingly in the past, after the disjointed and shifting release schedule of 2022, we can certainly expect 2023 to return to a more consistent version of the slate , with an announcement on what we can expect to see in the coming years. .

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