She-Hulk is an Attorney and is the most recent Marvel Comics superhero to have a television series.
Tatiana Maslany portrays Jen Walters, who struggles to accept her Hulk-like superpowers and would instead continue her career as a powerful attorney.
However, Maslany hopes that Marvel fans do not view it as “the female superhero show” when it premieres on Disney+ on Thursday.
Maslany’s character acquires SHE-Hulk abilities from cousin Bruce Banner (the original Hulk and an Avenger, portrayed by Mark Ruffalo), who serves as her superhero mentor. She is also the head of her law firm’s superhero division, allowing many Marvel Universe characters to make cameos.
However, there is more to the story than law, cameos, and abilities.
“To me, it’s the mundane, human moments that we get to experience with someone with superpowers that make it so special, and the thing I found funniest, most engaging, and most compelling about the show was just seeing Jen at a family dinner or trying to learn to swipe right on Tinder,” said Maslany.