The Netflix Marvel era comes to an end next Friday with the third and final season of Jessica Jones, where Jessica takes on a psychopath who has targetted her and wants to see her dead.
Jessica digs into her past and the experiments that gave her her powers and discovers that another test subject may be out in NYC murdering people in the upcoming second season of Jessica Jones on Netflix.
After saving New York with The Defenders, Jessica Jones is back to being the MCU’s best hard drinking private dick at Alias Investigations and Season 2 arrives in March of next year.
Robbie Amell and Rachael Taylor play a couple caught in a time loop caused by a device called the ARQ that could provide the dystopian future they live in with unlimited energy if they can prevent a group of armed attackers from taking it.
The first full look at Jessica Jones is finally here as former superhero turned private investigator Jessica must face the reality that the man who destroyed her life, Kilgrave (David Tennant), is back and looking to put Jessica back under the sway of his horrible mind control powers.