Earlier today we got a look at the first teaser trailer for the new animated movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and now we have the announcement trailer for the second season of Marvel's hit Netflix series Jessica Jones.
The critically acclaimed show - featuring Krysten Ritter as everyone's favourite tough-talking, hard-drinking superhero - follows Jessica as she not-so elegantly makes her way through gritty private investigations and her own tumultuous life. As we get closer to the release date, Netflix will share more information, trailers and promotional materials about the overall story of the season. Netflix has announced that the second season of the award-winning series will premiere on March 8, 2018 at 12:01 AM Pacific Time in all areas where Netflix is available. The trailer teases what Jessica will be up to in her sophomore adventure, but did even more. Her first season is still regarded as one of Netflix's best for their Marvel programming, and fans have anxiously been awaiting more.
To say that the second season of Jessica Jones has been a long time in coming would be an understatement. This season is more emotional.More news: Donald Trump Lashes Out At CNN, ABC Over Reporting Errors
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When a new case lands on her doorstep, Jones finds herself confronting who she really has become, digging into her past and exploring the reasons as to why she's become who she now is. "Jessica is in a pretty dark headspace when we meet her at the top of season 2", she said. However, it's not just Luke Cage that Jessica may have trouble getting over - remnants of Kilgrave still linger.
Jessica Jones season 2 stars Krysten Ritter, Rachael Taylor, Carrie-Anne Moss, Eka Darville, Leah Gibson, J.R. Ramirez with David Tennant making a guest appearance as Kilgrave. What are you most excited to see? Having taken possession of both Jessica and Malcolm in the Season 1, it's quite possible that Rosenberg referring to Kilgrave as a mirror means he left a part of his consciousness behind to haunt his victims from beyond the grave.