The Marvel drama earns another pickup.
April 12, 2018
Netflix announced today that Marvel's Jessica Jones has been renewed for a third season. The good news comes a month after the release of the superhero drama's sophomore season, which bowed in early March to more of the same critical praise it garnered in Season 1.
The series follows the titular character, who is a troubled former superhero rebuilding her life by starting her own detective agency in New York City's Hell's Kitchen. After dealing with her tormentor in Season 1, Season 2 sees Jessica starting to once again put her life back together while dealing with a new threat.
No premiere date has been announced for Season 3 of Jessica Jones, though fans surely hope the wait will be shorter than the two years in between the show's first two seasons.
04/20/18 at 10:37am
Fantastic news! I'll admit, season 2 was dragging a bit but i loved how it resolved some issues. Hated what they did with Trish on up to the last scene with her. Very much looking forward to seeing what is done with her character in season 3.
04/19/18 at 10:56pm
Great news! The first two episodes were dragging. By the time the others came I understood the need for this character development. Jessica will be open to a new life in season 3. She'll become a grown up. Unfortunately we now know Trish is a wreck waiting to happen. Apparently she was the perfectly put together stable citizen in season 1. Now she's a different person. I think that's a bad plot twist that wasn't logical. There really shouldn't be TWO YEARS FOUR MONTHS between seasons. I HATED THAT!
04/17/18 at 08:42pm
Season one was a dreadfully slow, non-action, soap opera.. season 2.. same thing. All these Marvel shows are merely soap operas in disguise. You can't throw in a 30 second action sequence every 2 episodes and call it an "action" series.
04/13/18 at 07:17am
I thought JJ season 1 was the best of all the Netflix Marvel adaptations thus far, so I had high anticipation for season 2. Sadly, I grew weary in Season 2 of her character which only seemed to devolve instead of evolving. The negative, self-pitying, boozing/alcoholic storyline is played out. I truly hope that in season 3 we will finally see her release her past demos, go to 12 step recovery, and start being a little happier. Her depressive nature can only last so long. The rest of the supporting characters all gree and I’m most interested to see where some of them go next season, especially Trish with her newfound abilities.
04/13/18 at 07:01am
How , honestly how , season 1 was an amazing show , season 2 was the exact same , but worse much worse, if it werent for David Tennant idk how i'd finish that season. ffs Netflix , less shows , more quality . like it used to be.
04/12/18 at 10:25pm
Another example of a Marvel-based series where the cast/acting saves the show from its relatively weak storyline/writing, except MAYBE for "Defenders". Overall, I'd rather watch the villains from "Gotham" (though Tennant was awesome as usual!)
04/12/18 at 08:54pm
Ive said it before - JJ has some of the most interesting and dynamic characters in the MCU universe - it just always fails MISERABLY on the villians. Get a decent, honestly powerful bad guy and this show has the the most potential of the bunch... keep playing with the cliches and it might as well have been cancelled...
04/12/18 at 05:31pm
Love all the netflix marvel shows. And this one is good. But I still want to see costumed villains more. And the purple man should have been literally purple. David Tennant was great in spite of that though.
04/12/18 at 01:53pm
She has the second worst series of the ones they have released so far. The first season of JJ was only slightly better than IF, and was only decent because of LC.
04/12/18 at 01:25pm
SUPERB, Loved both seasons the second a little less because of some annoying character development/traits but suppose made some story sense. Non the less Ritter is fantastic and cant wait for S3, only hope its not such a long wait this time around.
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