She-Hulk Reveals Impressive Viewership Record Despite Negative Online Hate, Comfortably Beats Most Disney+ Shows Including Ms. Marvel

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A lot of the movies and TV shows that seemingly have a “woke” agenda nowadays always have one thing in common: many people have seen the TV show or movie. She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is one of those many TV shows which have been bearing the brunt of being a lighthearted TV show mistaken for a serious one.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law saw its opening week met with some severe criticism from Marvel fans who weren’t in sync with how the show took its directional approach. Funny jokes, hilarious scenes to laugh out loud to, and just She-Hulk having fun, were all seen as Marvel downgrading. Despite the hate, it has still pulled through in another aspect- commercial success.

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The She-Hulk TV Series Is A Success No Matter What You Think

In this modern day and age, a TV series’ success is mostly defined by how well it has performed in terms of viewership in the streaming service market. New data compiled from Nielsen reveals the list of popular TV shows and how well they fared in terms of viewership.

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Coming at the very top of the ranking for original series, in order of most watched TV series, is Echoes (Netflix) with 1.12 billion minutes viewed. One of the more notable names in the same list but at 9th position is She-Hulk: Attorney at Law (Disney+) with 390 million minutes viewed.

For comparison reasons, House of the Dragon has raked in a brilliant 741 million minutes viewed in the rankings for acquired series.

This data means that House of the Dragon was watched an average of 6.28 million times, as compared to 5.74 million for Jessica Gao’s Disney+ TV series. The former has always been praised since its premiere for being an amazing TV show, and the latter has been given the opposite reception.

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At the end of the day, both of these TV shows have a fairly similar rate of success in the streaming service market, and it’s not like the She-Hulk TV series is straight-up bad despite popular opinion saying otherwise. So haters should maybe give it a chance?

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Reports Have Emerged Naming She-Hulk’s Special Cameo In Captain America 4

Tatiana Maslany‘s MCU debut has been the centerpiece of attention in the Marvel community for a month now, and it’s going to stay there.

The introduction of Jennifer Walters with her newfound fame in the MCU signals possible appearances for her in future MCU movies, and she’s already been reported to be featured in a major one.

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Industry insider KC Walsh has fed us with fresh new information about a possible She-Hulk appearance in Captain America: New World Order. Originally a @WorldWarHulkNew report, Walsh would clarify in a retweet that he was the first to report it-

With the support base of Tatiana Maslany’s character growing day by day, and especially after the clever reply to the unwarranted hate for the TV show in one of its episodes, Marvel just cannot afford to miss out on having Walters cameo in one of the upcoming MCU projects.

These talks are still rumors, though, and the principle of taking in these reports with a grain of salt should be applied.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is currently available for streaming on Disney+.

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Written by Sang Tonsing

Sang is a content writer for Fandomwire with over 300 published articles. He now has 3 years of experience and counting in content writing. He is currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Political Science at Delhi University.