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Is She-Hulk Kid Friendly? Parents Guide

Wondering if She-Hulk is ok for kids? Some Marvel shows are not kid-friendly, and She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is one of those. Although it’s witty, smart, and well-written, She-Hulk may be too different from the Marvel kids are used to really enjoy it. Here’s what parents need to know in this She-Hulk Parents Guide.

She-Hulk Parents Guide

She-Hulk Parents Guide

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law follows Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) as she navigates life as a single, 30-something attorney who also happens to be a green 6-foot-7-inch super-powered hulk. Her cousin, Bruce (Mark Ruffalo), tries to teach her how to control her temper and not Hulk out, but Jennifer’s got this. She doesn’t need his binder of notes. But after Hulking out in the courtroom, maybe she doesn’t got this. 

Why is She-Hulk Rated TV-14?

She-Hulk is rated TV-14 for sexual content, violence, and language which means some content may not be suitable for kids under 14.

Is She-Hulk Kid Friendly?

She-Hulk is not kid friendly for all ages due to some sexual content and talk about sex. This Marvel show is more mature in jokes and material than other Marvel films. 

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Language in She-Hulk

There is some language in the 1st 4 episodes of She-Hulk including at least 4 uses of a**, a use of sh*t, bullsh*t, damn, and words of Deity like Jesus and g-d. In an end credit scene, a character yells fu*k…but doesn’t finish the word. A character gives another the middle finger. There is also mention of sex and use of the phrase “dick move.”

Mature Content

In one scene, two characters are shown removing their clothes and sex is implied. One character carries another to the couch and lays on top of him.

Characters drink alcohol and frequent a bar. They also talk about dating, dating apps, “swiping” and are seen making online profiles. 

There are also some inappropriate sketches in cartoons and a character has Captain America’s butt as her phone’s lock screen.

In the 1st 4 episodes, the action hasn’t gotten too crazy yet. Some characters are in peril and are in a car accident. There is also some fighting and punching. 

She-Hulk Kid Friendly

Is She-Hulk Appropriate for Kids Under 14?

The age rating for She-Hulk is TV-14, and I’d say it’s appropriate for kids ages 14 and up if you’re ok with the mature themes and content. Or if you know who Megan Thee Stallion is. So far in the first 4 episodes, it’s action lite.

She-Hulk feels like a millennial’s dream show, so I don’t know how appealing it’s going to be for kids or the tween crowd. A legal comedy that’s built like a sitcom, She-Hulk is definitely entertaining for its audience. 

Frequently breaking the 4th wall, Jennifer pulls us into her world. We’re part of her inner circle as she rages when she accidentally gets powers and is frustrated when people only want the Hulk part of her, and not Jennifer. Meanwhile, BFF Nikki (Ginger Gonzaga) wants her to know how special she is, and this female friendships is goals. 

The CGI is dicey and can be distracting. I wouldn’t say it’s as bad as ugly Sonic, but the visuals leave something to be desired. The show also starts off slow and takes some getting used to.

This is a different Marvel, and it’s a risk. It certainly pays off in many ways. WandaVision was also a risk and a new genre. It didn’t convert everyone, and that’s ok. But what worked for WandaVision was its quirky nature and that we got to know Wanda better while also relating to her vulnerability. 

Tatiana Maslany is relatable and funny, which will win over many new fans. If you have gone through the struggles of dating in your 30s, then I imagine you’ll be saying a couple of ‘amens’ to the well-written dialogue.

I commend Marvel for constantly trying new things, but you’ll never be able to please everyone. If you’ve ever wondered about or questioned Captain America’s virginity, then you know you’ve found the show for you. 

However, I haven’t, so while I’m not won over quite yet, She-Hulk has potential. 

Full of cameos, there is some fan service, and She-Hulk isn’t afraid to make fun of itself. Herself? Hulk-self? Stay for the mid-credit scenes after each episode, well unless you’re a kid. Then you’ll want to skip the one in the first episode.

She-Hulk Age Rating