Marvel's Jessica Jones: Netflix announces season 2 premiere date

Jessica Jones Season 2 Will Continue The Sexual Assault Conversation In An Important WayNetflix

Jessica Jones Season 2 Will Continue The Sexual Assault Conversation In An Important WayNetflix

As the only Marvel property in either movies or television to feature a female lead (so far, anyway), it's particularly exciting that all 13 episodes of season two will be directed by women. In addition, fans were treated to a new trailer with a caption that simply reads, "Try not get in the way". Luckily, the wait is coming to an end as today fans were treated to a season two teaser that included a release date.

This premiere date seemingly does confirm that Jessica Jones is the first one of the original four Marvel - Netflix shows to premiere following The Defenders.

The short, 55-second preview reminds us of why we fell for Krysten Ritter's anti-heroine private eye in her debut season back in 2015. But a new case forces Jessica to dig deeper into her own past, something she's not entirely psyched to do.

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Season 1 of the series was a huge hit for Netflix, launching right after the "Marvel's Daredevil" series. However, it's not just Luke Cage that Jessica may have trouble getting over - remnants of Kilgrave still linger. She tells the unknown person "if you say with great power comes great responsibility, I swear I'll throw up on you". In fact, not a lot of information in regards to the plot for season 2 has yet been given, but we can bet that it'll be just as thrilling as the show has ever been. It doesn't give us much to work with in regards to what season 2 will actually be about, but it does offer a few hints at what we can expect.

Ritter is joined by returning cast members Rachael Taylor (Trish Walker), Carrie-Anne Moss (Jeri Hogarth), Eka Darville (Malcolm Ducasse) and new cast members Janet McTeer and J.R. Ramirez, among others. The wait is nearly over and March will be here before we know it. Sticking to its commitment of addressing and highlighting those sensitive subjects, Jessica Jones will attempt to keep the discussion about those topics going in its forthcoming season.

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