She-Hulk: Lawyer ended and celebrated a very successful first season of the TV series last month on October 13th. It’s the perfect example for fans of any medium to just overlook pre-release reviews (like the bombing treatment it received) and check to see if it’s worth a watch or not you- same.
Previously a writer on the critically acclaimed rick and morty television series, in which she made a name for herself by writing the episode Pickle Rick’, Jessica Gao has no reservations about any of the creative choices she made while working on Lawyer. In fact, she’s quite proud of her work, openly accepting a name given to the superhero TV series.
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She-Hulk Creator Jessica Gao Is Proud The TV Series Is Considered Excited
If there is one thing that bothered She-Hulk: Lawyer creator Jessica Gao is the fact that her show has continued to receive criticism. Now, that might seem fair, but not so much when people are literally trying to sabotage the show by bombarding it on user-generated review websites like IMDb.
But she’s certainly proud of how her creation has led to a certain aspect of MCU characters being explored in much greater depth and detail. In short, the series’ protagonist, Jennifer Walters, has a thing going for her with Daredevil (they connect later), and fans have been very eager to hear how their relationship progresses in future seasons.
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She-Hulk: Lawyer has been credited with adding an “exciting” touch to the MCU, and Gao happily accepts the idea that he is indeed”the most thrilling Marvel show yet.” During an interview with Empire Magazine for its January 2023 issue, the 48-year-old writer had this to say-
“[She-Hulk’s finale hopefully] lets more Marvel projects get a little weird. One of my proudest accomplishments is how this was the most exciting Marvel show so far.
It’s definitely one of the most distinct characteristics of Gao’s TV series, as the MCU is well known for keeping things PG-13 by doing its best not to include too many sexual themes or references.
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She-Hulk could have hinted at the return of Jessica Jones
It’s only been three years since MCU fans last saw Krysten Ritter play Jessica Jones on the series bearing the character’s name. But don’t worry Ritter fans, Jessica Gao She-Hulk: Lawyer may well be the only ray of hope for her return as a superheroine.
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Even before the TV series based on Jennifer Walters aired, reports and rumors have suggested that a Jessica Jones cameo is entirely possible. She must have appeared in Lawyerminus her and her last name.
She-Hulk: LawyerThe seventh episode of, titled “The Retreat”, has a scene in which Walters’ contacts in his phone are briefly shown, and a notable name is Jessica but without her surname, Jones.
Even during an interview with Tara Hitchcock, one of the directors of the episodes of the television series, Kat Coiro, also hinted that the character of Krysten Ritter “would be a good addition.”, even if nothing came of it.
It’s just a wild guess, but it doesn’t hurt to dream. So dream!
She-Hulk: Lawyer is currently available to stream on Disney+.
Source: Screen Rant