With the recent cancellations of the Netflix Marvel shows Iron Fist and Luke Cage, some fans have been worried that Daredevil or Jessica Jones could be next. Well, according to a report from Business Insider, there are signs that these shows could be in trouble.
I mean, it’s really only a matter of time before Daredevil and Jessica Jones come to an end, but this report makes it seem like it could happen sooner rather than later.
Netflix has released the first trailer for Marvel’s Jessica Jones Season 2! They also announced that the 13-episode season will premiere on March 8th, 2018!
I loved the first season of this show and Season 2 looks like it might turn out even better. This is a great adrenaline-fueled first trailer and Season 2 looks awesome! In the trailer, Jessica even calls out Spider-Man’s Uncle Ben in an amusing way. She obviously just doesn’t give a crap about the whole “with great power comes great responsibility” advice. She just wants to beat the hell out of anyone that deserves it.
Marvel’s Jessica Jones is a suspenseful, edgy look into the life of Jessica Jones, one of the most popular new Marvel characters of the last decade, as she faces demons from within and without. In its first season.
New York City private investigator Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) is beginning to put her life back together after murdering her tormenter, Kilgrave. Now known throughout the city as a super-powered killer, a new case makes her reluctantly confront who she really is while digging deeper into her past to explore the reasons why.
Well, as much as I don’t want to subscribe to another stupid streaming service, it seems like Disney is going to make me. We already knew that Disney would be killing off their deal with Netflix and Hulu and that all of their films and TV shows, including all of the Star Wars and Marvel stuff, will exclusively stream on their upcoming streaming service.
Now, it seems like any future Marvel series that would normally be developed and streamed on Netflix will be moving to the Disney streaming service in the future. I know this was a safe assumption, but hearing confirmation of their plan for it in the Wall Street Journal was still a little jarring.
With Captain America: Civil War igniting the box office, many can barely contain themselves for the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War two-parter. At the same time, Marvel is also readying its Luke Cage series on Netflix for a late September release. With these stand alone Hell’s Kitchen Avengers shows carving out a niche for its characters, it was also recently announced that there will be The Defenders miniseries coming to Netflix. This will feature Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist and the aforementioned Luke Cage. Continue reading →
When Marvel and Netflix failed to announce, well, just about anything about Iron Fist, the fourth show in its lineup that began with Daredevil and leads up to the superhero team-up mini-series The Defenders, the internet began to wonder about the show’s prospects. Reports started showing up about how the company didn’t know what to do with the character, and then how they were reportedly going to turn Iron Fist into a movie and give Jon Bernthal’s Punisher his own spin-off show to take Iron Fist’s place on the roster. While we still aren’t 100% sure whether those were legitimate conversations happening within Marvel’s TV department, the company is now saying that the reason we haven’t Continue reading →
The first season of Marvel’s Jessica Jones dropped on Netflix late last week, and many fans have already torn through every episode. There has been a ton of positive responses to it so far, with many saying it’s an even better show than Daredevil. Mike Colter’s Luke Cage shows up in the series and plants the seeds for his own series, and I suspect Krysten Ritter’s Jessica will at least make an appearance in his solo show, but will we see a second season of Jessica Jones before the eventual team-up series The Defenders? Continue reading →
With just under a month to go before Jessica Jones premieres on Netflix, Marvel’s next gritty streaming television series may have added yet another cast member. At least, that’s according to Jon Schnepp over at Collider, who claims that the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen himself will pop up in some form or fashion. Continue reading →
Just a few days ago, we got our first look at stars Krysten Ritter and Mike Colter on the set of Jessica Jones, the next in line of Marvel’s planned Netflix series leading up to The Defenders. (Ritter is playing the title character, and Colter is playing Luke Cage, who is eventually slated to get his own show a little farther down the line.) Writer Brian Michael Bendis, who created the character of Jessica Jones (with artist Michael Gaydos) in the Alias comic nearly fifteen years ago, has seen a few episodes of the new show, and he loves it. He took to Tumblr (via Screencrush) to finally let his feelings out: Continue reading →
Marvel Entertainment has announced this afternoon that “The Matrix” star Carrie-Anne Moss has joined the cast of “Marvel’s A.K.A. Jessica Jones” in the role of Harper, “a no-nonsense woman who could prove a powerful ally to Jessica…if Jessica doesn’t completely alienate her first.” Continue reading →