“She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” promises to be another Marvel series to look forward to, especially if other familiar Marvel heroes enter the picture.

Already reportedly set to appear in the new series is Daredevil or Matt Murdoch (Charlie Cox). But if show director Kat Coiro is to be asked, there is one Marvel character that would make sense in the upcoming Disney+ series.

Speaking to Tara Hitchcock, one Marvel hero that would make sense is Jessica Jones Krysten Ritter.

"I think the person who most organically fits into the world is in the show," Coiro said. "I actually think Jessica Jones would be a good addition."

It will be recalled that “Marvel’s Jessica Jones” first came out on Netflix in 2015. It ran for three seasons before it got canceled in 2019. Ironically, it was the second of Marvel’s Netflix original series after Daredevil, CBR reported.

And while it makes sense for Coiro, it remains unclear how Jessica Jones would be inserted into the series. It also remains unknown if Ritter will be called up to reprise the role.

This is not the first time that Jessica Jones has been mentioned as possibly appearing on “She-Hulk.” The first murmurs came out in December 2021 but all these were shot down.

"This show is very different. It's got irreverent humor, and She-Hulk herself is trying not to be a superhero," Tatiana Maslany said at the San Diego Comic-con 2022.

Looking at the narrative, it would make sense to see Jessica Jones fit in. Jennifer Walters is a lawyer who specializes in superhuman-oriented cases. For those who watched Daredevil and Jessica Jones, the storyline seems familiar.

For now, the only thing sure is that “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” will consist of nine half-hour episodes. Already reportedly set to appear are Mark Ruffalo, Tim Roth, Benedict Wong Ginger Gonzaga, Josh Segarra, Jameela Jamil, Jon Bass and Renée Elise Goldsberry. The question now is will there be more familiar names added to that list?

Tatiana Maslany
Tatiana Maslany Getty Images | Daniel Knighton

© 2023 Latin Times. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.