She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is set to bring the half-hour legal comedy genre to life in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Because of the show’s premise and structure, the storytelling potential is broad. In episodic format, She-Hulk could bring individual cases to the forefront of each episode. Considering the series’ tone, the type of stories that may get told have the ability to be vastly different—and weirder—than previously seen in the MCU.
Trailers for She-Hulk have already given away that some major cameos are yet to come in future episodes, including Benedict Wong’s Wong and Charlie Cox’s Daredevil. Director Kat Coiro, who directed six of the series’ nine episodes recently revealed which episode she is most excited for fans to see. She told The Hollywood Reporter:
I have to say, I am very partial to episode four at the Mystic Castle. Patty Guggenheim, who plays Madisynn, is a comedic genius, and her and Wong playing off each other is one of my favorite elements of the show. I also love Donnie Blaze and that whole setting. [Episode four’s] courtroom scene is just one of my favorites in the whole series, and it was written by a writer named Melissa Hunter.Kat Coiro
Fans will have to wait a couple more weeks to judge Episode 4 for themselves, but it certainly appears to be taking the courtroom comedy genre to heart.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’s first two episodes are now streaming on Disney+.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter