Netflix announced that Marvel's foul-mouthed private investigator, Jessica Jones, is returning to the streaming service for a Season 3. The first two seasons are now available on Netflix, with the second season having been released on International Women's Day, March 8th.
The second season of the series found Jessica attempting to pick up the pieces of her life after finally doing away with Kilgrave at the end of the first season. Jessica had to confront her past, at the urging of Trish, in order to move forward with a healthy future.
The second season of the series debuted last month and, based on the devout fanbase and compelling storyline, has been renewed for a third season.
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Then in July 2015, she said, undercover officers in Toronto "observed the live abuse of a six-year-old child over the Internet". Other people prosecuted in connection with that incident included a charity worker and primary school teacher, Ellis added.
We won't spoil anything for you, but please check it out if you haven't gotten around to watching the shocking events in season 2 of Jessica Jones. Some loved it while others wished some storylines were a little different or some characters went in different directions.
Season 3 of the ABC Studios and Marvel Television series doesn't have an official release date just yet, so stay tuned.
"Here's to season 3", tweeted the series along with a choice gif of Jessica herself.