She-Hulk Episode 2 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch

She-Hulk Episode 2

She-Hulk: Attorney At Law marks the final TV venture for Phase 4, with the adventures of She-Hulk. We know there will be some big cameos in this series, including Abomination, Bruce Banner and Daredevil, but the focus is squarely on Jennifer Walters, a woman who navigates a complicated life of being a single, 30-something attorney who finds being the 6-foot-7 inch superpowered Hulk a bit of an inconvenience.

If you’ve been following this one over the weeks, you may be curious to find out when the next episode is releasing. Well, wonder no more!

Here is everything you need to know about episode 2 of She Hulk, including the release date, time and where you can watch this.

Where Can I Watch She-Hulk?

She-Hulk: Attorney At Law is available to watch on Disney+ worldwide. As this is a Disney+ Original, this is the only place you’re able to watch this one.

She-Hulk Episode 2 Release Date

She-Hulk Episode 2 will drop on Disney+ Thursday 25th August at 12am (PT) / 3am (ET) / 8am (GMT) and 12.30pm (IST)

Episode 2 will be roughly 28 minutes long, which is pretty consistent with the run-time for the show as a whole. Also expect subtitles to be available from launch too.

How Many Episodes Will She-Hulk Have?

In a rare deviation from the norm, She-Hulk has been scheduled for 10 episodes. With that in mind, we’ve got 8 more episodes after this one, with one episode releasing each week. Expect the story to continue developing, with plenty more drama involving Jennifer Walters and her law schtick.

Is There A Trailer For She-Hulk?

There is indeed! You can find a trailer for She-Hulk Season 1 below.


What do you hope to see as the series progresses? What are you looking forward to seeing with She-Hulk Season 1? Let us know in the comments below!

3 thoughts on “She-Hulk Episode 2 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch”

  1. I would love to continuously see Bruce in the show. I feel like he adds to the entire storyline.

  2. Hey Keysburg, thanks for commenting! I do apologize that you’ve misinterpreted the meaning of schtick as sexism. The dictionary definition (and what we were colloquially referring to in this article) reads: “a person’s special talent, interest, or area of activity.”

    Jennifer Walter’s special talents and interest comes from law, hence the context here. Really appreciate the heads up and hopefully this alleviates any concerns!

    -Greg W

  3. Oh when it’s Captain America doing a political thriller in Winter Soldier it’s a brilliant use of genre adding depth to the superhero standard. When it’s SheHulk doing a lawyer show its schtick. Sexist much?

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