Marvel showrunner Melissa Rosenberg is bringing back Jessica Jones for a third – and final – season.
The Marvel series starring Krysten Ritter is returning to Netflix later in 2019, but the streaming service has confirmed that season three will be the show’s last.
Find out everything you need to know about the series below.
Krysten Ritter ahead of the release of Jessica Jones season one (Netflix)
When is Jessica Jones season three released on Netflix?
Season three was confirmed by Netflix in April 2018, with filming beginning in June. The series is expected to be released around mid-late 2019 (although an official date is yet to be released).
What happened at the end of Jessica Jones season two?
Season two marked the celebration of female empowerment, debuting on International Women’s Day in 2018. The series has been noted for its encouragement of diversity in the use of a predominantly female cast and crew. Indeed, the third season could well feature a new female lead in the form of Jones’ sister Trish Walker, potentially making her debut as the infamous ‘Hellcat’.
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Will David Tennant’s Kilgrave be in Jessica Jones season three?
His surprise reappearance in season two delivered one of the biggest shocks in Jessica Jones season two, and it seems it isn’t out of the question that David Tennant’s character Kilgrave could make one last appearance in season three.
Replying to a fan bemoaning the show’s cancellation and the loss of the iconic character, showrunner Melissa Rosenberg said on Twitter, “Not quite yet!”.
Does that suggest he could yet make an appearance in the new episodes?
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