How to watch green, mean, law-machine She-Hulk in New Zealand

After almost 30 movies and a growing TV stable of stories, the heroes of Marvel’s cinematic universe have caused some serious damage to earth (New York most specifically) and countless other planets/galaxies. It’s about time somebody with a law degree showed up to clean up their messes a little, even if that involves causing some carnage of her own.

Tatiana Maslany will be that hero as She-Hulk, Bruce Banner’s cousin Jennifer Walters who takes on some of his abilities after an emergency blood transfusion grants her his big green DNA. Unlike the more rage-fuelled Banner, though, Walters is able to control her strange double identity from the jump, juggling a fast-paced law career with super-heroics.

Season one of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law premieres on Disney+ worldwide on August 17, with new episodes out weekly until the finale on October 19. It’s the final TV chapter in the MCU’s Phase Four, with Black Panther: Wakanda Forever ending the phase for good.

If you haven’t seen the trailer already, we’ve included it and expanded upon She-Hulk’s most exciting plot details in this in-depth explainer piece. The latest snippet of green goodness from She-Hulk: Attorney At Law is the very short clip below, of Jennifer and Bruce seemingly drivin’ around in the jungle before an alien spacecraft throws them off the road.

Before the crash, they seem to be arguing about Bruce’s good old pal Captain America—Jennifer posits that he must’ve been a virgin, not having any time between world wars and becoming an Avenger to get it on with lost love Peggy Carter. Basically, the in-universe Marvel characters have their fanboy conspiracy theories just like we do.

Compared to the grittier, more fantastical series we’ve seen so far of Marvel on Disney+, She-Hulk‘s debut looks a bit more grounded in workplace comedy and Jennifer’s journey of self-confidence. The series is directed by two sitcom heavyweights, and driven by comedy talent such as villain Jameela Jamil and Jennifer’s coworker Renée Elise Goldsberry.

Lately Disney+ has been blessing us with double and even triple episode premieres for its new Star Wars series, but we won’t get that pleasure with She-Hulk. It almost seems like a show of confidence: could viewers really get hooked on the law drama and transformation story right from the very first episode?