Netflix has officially given the greenlight to new seasons for two of their original series.
The streaming service has announced that fans can expect both a second season of their Marvel series Jessica Jones starring Krysten Ritter, and also a third season of the Tina Fey produced comedy The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt starring Ellie Kemper.
With the premiere date for Marvel’s Jessica Jones just around the corner, Netflix and Marvel are giving us one last peek into the complicated and dark world of the heroine turned private investigator. Also, David Tennant‘s Kilgrave is already making a strong case to be the best Marvel villain in the MCU, hands down.
Check out the final trailer (they’re calling it the final trailer anyways) for Jessica Jones down below. It’s heavy on the presence of Luke Cage, on Jessica’s alcohol consumption, and of course the twisted evil that is Kilgrave.
Netflix has released a pair of teaser trailers for Jessica Jones, their second series based on a Marvel comic following the highly successful Daredevil. An announcement trailer was released earlier in September, and some official images were also released a couple of weeks back.
The teasers are brief, but definitely offer a sample of what to expect when the series hits the streaming service later this year. You can check them both out below.
Netflix and Marvel have released the first batch of images for their upcoming series, Jessica Jones. Check out all the photos here below.
The show is the second of four planned series that began with Daredevil (Luke Cage is currently in pre-production, while Iron Fist has yet to be cast and find a showrunner), culminating in an ensemble series called The Defenders. These images feature Krysten Ritter as the title hero, but also reveal her fellow castmembers Rachael Taylor as Trish Walker and Carrie-Anne Moss as Harper, as well as David Tennant as Kilgrave aka The Purple Man, one of the show’s villains. There is even a look at Mike Colter as Luke Cage.
If you’re like me (and many others) and found yourself binge watching Marvel’s Daredevil in its entirety last Spring, you might want to clear up some time in the coming months. Marvel has just officially revealed the launch date for the next Netflix based show, Jessica Jones, with an announcement trailer released this morning.
Check out the video here below, along with the brief description from Marvel.