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She-Hulk Director Kat Coiro Already Has Ideas For A Possible Season 2

Warning: This article contains spoilers for "She-Hulk" Season 1, Episode 9.

The 1st season of "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" may be over, but that isn't stopping its creative team from dreaming about another season. "She-Hulk" follows the life of Jennifer Walters, a lawyer who takes on the powers of her cousin Bruce Banner after a car accident. Her adventures through the season highlighted comedic moments, fourth-wall-breaking scenes, and even a bit of romance with a recent return to the Marvel TV universe.

"She-Hulk" had its share of storylines to pursue, with a large amount of source material still undisturbed. There's no word yet on a 2nd season as the Nielsen ratings put it among the Top 10 streaming original titles at one point. It's also seen a share of criticism thanks to disgruntled fans lashing out via review bombing and social media negativity (via Forbes) — something the series doesn't shy away from addressing; in fact, it became a major talking point as the series progressed. The possibilities of Jen's future have director Kat Coiro pondering where it goes from here.

There's a lot more for Jen Walters to do

Breaking the fourth wall is nothing new; "She-Hulk" just pushes it to new limits. The season finale sees Jen Walters a.k.a She-Hulk burst through Disney+ itself to confront the series' writers. From there, she breaks through to the office of Marvel Studios head "Kevin." Viewers expecting Kevin Feige instead were greeted by an AI robot named K.E.V.I.N; the robot's design features what appears to be a baseball cap brim, much like the hat Feige wears to all Marvel events.

Coiro finds the finale's reveal "important" about where the series goes in terms of its storylines. "I think you need to let the world of the MCU continue as a world itself, not be constantly dictated by an AI," the director told Nerdist. That means the AI version of K.E.V.I.N may not be seen anytime soon if one member of the creative team has their way.

Regarding Jen's future as an attorney, there's still room for her to continue practicing law. While she may no longer be working at GLK&H, it doesn't mean her legal prowess would go to waste. Coiro mentioned that Jen could go on to start a law firm with her colleagues and friends.

There is also room to grow her relationship with Matt Murdock a.k.a. Daredevil. The pair hooked up for a one-night stand but much to the delight of Jen — and fans everywhere — he came back for a short appearance in the finale. While Coiro sees the opportunity for Jen and her family to grow, it's the connection to Murdock which is most intriguing. "There's a version where she joins Daredevil—because they have such amazing chemistry—on his show," she said.