Jennifer Walters navigates the complicated life of a single, 30-something attorney who also happens to be a green 6-foot-7-inch superpowered hulk.
Did not have high hopes for another Marvel TV series as most of their efforts to date have been poor to average at best. Well this falls in that same category as the series seems to again forget what made Marvel films great which was an interesting hero that does not preach and just is just plain fun and interesting to watch and not always the bestest evar hero, but actually has some character arch. Unfortunately Disney has decided not to hire quality writers for this series again as they have already said that they have no idea how to write for a law series, yet they are making a law based comedy (not sure what they have written counts as comedy) series with no knowledge how to write one - and yep that shows in the story. The series looks like it has improved the CGI from the trailers, but not by much as still looks rather cheap, especially with our the character, She-Hulk. The main bright spot of this series is Tatiana Maslany, who is pretty charming and a great actor but unfortunately can not overcome the grim writing and terrible "jokes" that weight this series down. Disney keeps making trash for their streaming platform, so keep yourself from getting angry and 'hulking' out, and avoid this series, try watching a much better written show that wants to entertain like these animated series, Solar Opposites (Disney+/Hulu) or Invincible (Prime). If you are looking for a quality live action Superhero show, then watch The Suicide Squad and then the associated Peacemaker show - both fun and entertaining with quality writing. If you still want to check out She-Hulk then search out the John Byrne written comic (can probably be found today in either a digital format/platform or in a graphic novel) from the 80's - great progressive story and fantastic artwork makes the Disney+ series look embarrassing compared to the comic - this is what they should have heavily borrowed from to make the TV show shine.