She-Hulk Filmed A Ridiculous Amount Of Endings

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law originally had about 20 planned endings.

By Chad Langen | Published

The final episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Season One premiered on Disney+ just a few days ago, and it has garnered some mixed reaction from fans of the series. Some viewers were absolutely thrilled with the episode while others weren’t nearly as pleased, including Giant Freakin’ Robot’s Michileen Martin, who described it as “a disappointing ending to an uneven season.” Interestingly enough, Tatiana Maslany, who portrays Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk on the show, recently revealed to Entertainment Weekly that there were around 20 different versions of the ending, but the one we got was more fitting with the series’ overall style.

“Jessica and I talked about the ending a lot because tonally it could have gone in all kinds of different ways,” said Maslany, regarding the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law finale. “Jess said that there were like 20 versions of it. I never saw 18 of those versions, but I did see two: the one that we went with and then one that we shot prior.”

Tatiana Maslany went on to say that the previous ending she filmed featured much more of She-Hulk, and she indicated it would have been far too expensive to use. Without spoiling too much, the finale that was chosen pretty much fell in line with the rest of the series, with lots of humor and an iconic breaking of the fourth wall. While speaking with Entertainment Weekly, the actress suggested the alternative ending that was shot was a bit more serious tonally.


Although the final episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has left some fans divided, the show did an exceptional job in pushing the MCU forward, which is something Disney+ shows like Moon Knight and Ms. Marvel didn’t really accomplish.

Perhaps the most exciting moment for fans throughout the entire first season is witnessing Charlie Cox suit up as Daredevil for the first time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in an outfit that’s more in line with his comic book appearance than the red and black ensemble he wore throughout the character’s Netflix series. Yes, Charlie Cox did make his MCU debut in Spider-Man: No Way Home as Matt Murdock, but She-Hulk had him dawn the iconic Daredevil suit in its eighth episode.

Despite fans being torn over the finale of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Season One, the show as a whole has been pretty well received by both critics and audiences alike. On the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the series holds a score of 87% from critics, which is slightly above Moon Knight’s 86% but quite a bit lower than Ms. Marvel’s 97%. The audience score sits at a much lower 35%, but it’s safe to assume the rating is a result of the show being massively review bombed and the score is not a true reflection of viewers’ opinions.

Now that the first season of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has concluded, all nine episodes are available to stream on Disney+, where you can decide for yourself if creator Jessica Gao made the right decision in regard to the finale’s ending. The series stars Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walter/She-Hulk, Ginger Gonzaga as Nikki Ramos, Steven Coulter as Holden Holliway, Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky/Abomination, Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner/Hulk, Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock/Daredevil, Benedict Wong as Wong, Josh Segarra as Augustus ‘Pug’ Pugliese, and Mark Linn-Baker as Morris Walters. Jessica Gao created the series and also serves as showrunner.