The show's first season premiered on Netflix in November of 2015, so this has been a long wait for fans of the Marvel heroine.
Netflix has just dropped a new trailer for the upcoming second season of Marvel show Jessica Jones. With an excellent lead performance courtesy of Krysten Ritter, and a dramatic arc built around a deeply affecting battle of supernatural assault and consent, the series made Daredevil, Netflix's other offering at the time, look melodramatic and contrived by comparison. There are so many awesome things coming out of the comic book world, with new projects seemingly announced every day, so this is just a quick rundown of the five things that excite my inner fanboy.
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Now that The Defenders is over, fans are eager to find out what's next for the second season of Marvel's Jessica Jones. Actor Krysten Ritter also shared harrowing details about the character's anguishing Season 2 dilemma during the interview. Netflix has announced that the second season of the award-winning series will premiere on March 8, 2018 at 12:01 AM Pacific Time in all areas where Netflix is available.
The snapshot, which features the private investigator standing beside the very man who abused her both mentally and physically for so many years, provides insight into exactly what Jessica will face in the new season. Now known throughout the city as a super-powered killer, a new case makes her reluctantly confront who she really is while digging deeper into her past to explore the reasons why. And just from this one minute video, there seems to be a wonderful amount of fights and action, so I have high hopes for season two. It's a narrative that feels particularly timely now, more than ever, due to the sexual abuse pandemic that has seemingly engrossed the entire entertainment industry in recent months. Mike Colter's Luke Cage, Wil Traval's Will Simpson, Carrie-Anne Moss's Jeri Hograth, and Eka Darville's Malcolm Ducasse are expected to return for season two. Then, Luke Cage season 2 will air in the spring of 2019 and The Defenders season 2 would follow that.