Instead of progressing forward with an interesting case, the series will delve back into Jessica Jones' past to discover how she came to be and what gave her the powers she has.
Jessica's (Krysten Ritter) back, with her drinking and darkness in full effect as she tries to get to the bottom of what happened to her and her family as a child. Jones, played by Krysten Ritter, we last saw her killing her nemesis Kilgrave at the end of her first series, and protecting NY alongside Daredevil, Luke Cage, and the Iron Fist. This trip down memory lane looks to have some pretty negative consequences for Jessica's mental state. Patsy Walker (Rachael Taylor) later tells Jessica, "Jess, knowing what was done to you might help you".
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While watching the end of the first season of 'Jessica Jones, ' I was wondering how they'd go on without Kilgrave.
JESSICA and her appearances in THE DEFENDERS are successful because they allow her character to be a strong, flawed, and vulnerable person. From what can be seen in the trailer, Jessica will be trying her best to uncover the secrets about the death of her parents. Like I mentioned before though, there's a good chance I am wrong and there's a lot more substance to this (the fact that every single episode is directed by a woman does hint strongly that this show is not shirking its creative direction). The action-packed trailer sees the heroine exploring her mysterious past.