What Time Does She-Hulk Episode 8 Release On Disney+?

Warning: Contains SPOILERS for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.In She-Hulk: Attorney at Law episode 7, Jen goes on several dates with her episode 6 beau, Josh. Unfortunately, things take a turn after he spends the night and suddenly ceases all communication. At the end of the episode, it’s revealed Josh didn’t just ghost Jen, but rather his predicted villain twist from She-Hulk episode 6 proved correct; while Jen was asleep Josh copied the data from her phone, and sent the syringe, test tube, and thumbs up emojis to a contact named “HulkKing.” This further hints Josh is connected to the villain organization Intelligencia, predicted to be plotting another attempt at procuring Jen’s blood after their failed attempt in episode 3.

In She-Hulk episode 7, Jen also gets a call from Chuck Donelan (John Piruccelo) Emil Blonsky’s (Tim Roth) parole officer. Donelan informs her Blonsky’s Abomination-inhibitor sent a malfunction alert and asks that she accompany him to Blonsky’s ranch to investigate. Luckily, the inhibitor just needed recalibrating, but as Jen is leaving the ranch, a fight between two men, Man-bull (Nahan Hurd) and El Águila (Joseph Castillo-Midyett), results in her car being damaged, stranding Jen on the ranch.

Here, She-Hulk circles back to Jen’s attackers from episode 3, bringing Jen face-to-face with Wrecker (Nick Gomez). He claims he’s reformed, explaining his magic crowbar gave him a “false sense of power” and caused him and his friends to “act like… [they] were some supervillains or something.” This may be shutting down the Wrecking Crew’s anticipated involvement with Intelligencia, or it could also be a redirect, attempting to add more shock value when their connection is ultimately revealed. If they are in cahoots, Wrecker’s presence at the retreat may signal that any of the other characters there – including Blonsky – could be involved too. These villain hints are keeping anticipation high for when She-Hulk episode 8 airs on Disney+.

She-Hulk episode 8 will release on Disney+ on Thursday, October 6th, at 12 am (midnight) PT / 3 am ET. Like previous episodes, it will run for approximately 30-35 minutes, including credits. Though every episode this season was expected to have a mid-credits scene, the last three episodes didn’t, so it’s likely the penultimate episode won’t either.

She-Hulk is 9 episodes in total, with Kat Coiro directing episodes 1-4 and 8-9 and Anu Valia directing 5-7. This means She-Hulk is one of the MCU Phase 4’s longest series, on par with only WandaVision and What If…?. This gave plenty of time to explore Jen’s journey as she comes to terms with her new superhero alter-ego, with two episodes left to wrap up her introductory story.

The She-Hulk episodes will air weekly, concluding on October 13th. Unlike most other Marvel shows, She-Hulk’s episodes will launch on Thursdays, likely to avoid competition with Star Wars’ Andor, which airs on Wednesdays. Here’s She-Hulk’s complete release schedule:

Despite Blonsky’s return, it’s worth noting Jen previously shared in a fourth wall-break that She-Hulk isn’t “one of those cameo-every-week type of shows… Well except Bruce (Mark Ruffalo), and Blonsky, and Wong,” and Daredevil is yet to appear. With She-Hulk: Attorney at Law well underway, details as to how She-Hulk fits into the MCU timeline among her predecessors are slowly being revealed. The show is adding a thrilling element to the MCU’s overall narrative, especially in the ways that it appears to further expand the world.

New episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law are released weekly on Disney+.