Director Kat Coiro Talks About She/Hulk’s Lost Episode
The series was originally slated to have a 10-episode first season but only delivered nine. And director Kat Coiro has spoken about She/Hulk’s lost episode.
There is no denying that the MCU has just introduced a hero destined to be one of its most important.
She/Hulk has introduced MCU fans to the iconic Jennifer Walters. Along with simultaneously creating what is among the most entertaining Disney+ series to date.
Creative, funny, and action-packed. She/Hulk showcases the Marvel Universe in a way that just hasn’t been present before.
Tatiana Maslany has been brilliant in the title role. And with every passing episode has proved to be both the perfect choice to play the character, and invaluable to the MCU moving forward.
Yet, the series originally being slated for a 10-episode first season. Which has fans curious as to why Marvel only released 9.
Finally, this was recently discussed by director Kat Coiro, who spoke about She/Hulk’s lost episode.
Talking to The Direct, Coiro stated, “One of the most amazing experiences I’ve had as a creator and as an artist is Marvel is not bound by the same rules as, you know, other TV shows that have to be 22 minutes.”
Coiro added, “And the story really dictates the length of the season. And so as the story came into focus and as we started putting the pieces together, it landed at nine.”
“It could’ve been eight, it could’ve been eleven.” In addition, Coiro noted, “And it’s the same with the length of the episodes.”
Moreover, the director concluded, “There isn’t a number that you have to hit. It really is, ‘what’s best for this episode,’ which, in my opinion, is how it should be.”