She-Hulk is Marvel’s latest venture on Disney+ and to be frank it’s not a very good one. She-Hulk is supposed to be legal superhero comedy series but the jokes are not funny, and the characters are not as likable as they should be. While the series would like you to think that its characters are relatable to everybody but that’s as far from the truth as anything could be. So, we made a list of shows like She-Hulk (because that’s what we do) for you to watch after the series or you could just skip She-Hulk altogether and just watch these because they are far better.
Jessica Jones (Disney+)
Synopsis: When a tragedy puts an the end to her short-lived career as a superhero, Jessica settles in NYC and opens her own detective agency, called Alias Investigations, which seems to be called into cases involving people who have special abilities. Suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome, Jessica wants to do good, but her primary interest isn’t in saving the world, it’s saving her apartment and getting through each day. Based on a graphic novel intended for adults, this is not a superhero story for the kids.
Suits (Prime Video & Peacock)
Synopsis: Suits delves into the fast-paced, high-stakes world of Manhattan Corporate law firm where hotshot attorney, Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) makes a risky move by hiring legal prodigy Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) as his new associate despite not having a college or law degree. The two are forced to keep up the charade as they become an irrepressible duo. Boundaries are crossed, alliances are tested and fallouts are inevitable in the riveting nine seasons which also stars Meghan Markle, Gina Torres, Sarah Rafferty, Rick Hoffman, Dulé Hill, Amanda Schull and Katherine Heigl.
Harvey Birdman, Attorney At Law (HBO Max)
Synopsis: This clever animated comedy revolves around the law firm of Sebben & Sebben and primarily the activities of Harvey T. Birdman, described as a third-rate lawyer who takes the cases nobody else wants. Birdman, an ex-superhero from the Hanna-Barbera cartoon “Birdman and the Galaxy Trio,” works alongside other Hanna-Barbera cartoon stars from the 1960s and ’70s, and many of his enemies from “Galaxy Trio” also became attorneys and are often seen representing the opposing side of a particular case. The series’ 39-episode run ended in 2007.
Trial & Error (Prime Video)
Synopsis: In this outrageous fish-out-of-water comedy, Josh Segal, a bright-eyed New York lawyer, heads to a tiny Southern town for his first big case. His mission? To defend an eccentric, “rollercizing” poetry professor (John Lithgow, 3rd Rock from the Sun) accused of the bizarre murder of his beloved wife. Settling into his makeshift office behind a taxidermy shop and meeting his quirky team of local misfits, Josh suspects that winning his first big case will not be easy—especially when his client is always making himself look guilty. “Making a Murderer” can be funny!
Fleabag (Prime Video)
Synopsis: Fleabag is a hilarious and poignant window into the mind of a dry-witted, sexual, angry, grief-riddled woman, as she hurls herself at modern living in London. Award-winning playwright Phoebe Waller-Bridge writes and stars as Fleabag, an unfiltered woman trying to heal, while rejecting anyone who tries to help her and keeping up her bravado all along.
Better Call Saul (Netflix)
Synopsis: Before Saul Goodman met Walter White, he was struggling attorney Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk). In this prequel to the Emmy-winning series Breaking Bad, Jimmy teams up with Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) and begins his transformation from optimistic underdog into Albuquerque’s most notorious legal legend. Michael McKean stars as Jimmy’s brilliant, uncompromising brother, Chuck.
Synopsis: Daredevil follows Matt Murdock, attorney by day and vigilante by night. Blinded in an accident as a child, Murdock uses his heightened senses as Daredevil, fighting crime on the streets of New York after the sun goes down. His efforts are not welcomed by powerful businessman Wilson Fisk-aka Kingpin- and others whose interests collide with those of Daredevil.
Ally McBeal (Hulu)
Synopsis: Created by David E. Kelley, Ally Mcbeal is a quirky dramedy about the lives of a group of young Boston lawyers both in and out of the courtroom. Calista Flockhart stars as Ally, a Harvard-educated up-and-coming lawyer who’s hired by former classmate Richard Fish (Greg Germann) after being sexually harassed by her previous employer. Life is never dull at the firm of Cage, Fish, and Associates thanks to Fish’s greedy outlook on life and idiosyncrasies of his partner, John Cage (Peter MacNicol). Ally’s rather unpredictable assistant Elaine (Jane Krakowski) also adds to the fray. But while Ally proves to be an outstanding lawyer, she can’t seem to pull her personal life together, especially when she’s reunited with the former love of her life, Billy Thomas (Gil Bellows) and befriends his wife, Georgia (Courtney Thorne-Smith). Luckily her roommate/bestfriend, Renee (Lisa Nicole Carson), helpsher deal with the craziness of it all.
Broad City (Hulu)
Synopsis: Hack Into Broad City is an exclusive web series that eavesdrops on the candid, often-outrageous video chat sessions between Abbi and Ilana, the two best friends at the heart of Broad City.
Night Court (Prime Video)
Synopsis: Disorder in the court! That’s the order of the day when a parade of zany–and often bizarre–characters passes before unconventional and unpredictable Judge Harry T. Stone (Harry Anderson) in the hilarious comedy Night Court.