Am I the only person having trouble getting excited for the final season of Jessica Jones? I mean, Jessica Jones was already not my favorite of the Netflix Marvel series. This trailer wasn't horrible, but with that big Final Season hanging over it, it does make me care a little less. I've lost interest all together in the Rachael Taylor character. My favorite thing about this show, Killgrave, got took out in Season 1. There's just not much pulling me into wanting to see this. This trailer would've had to be phenomenal to change that, & instead I came out of it as meh. I'll try nonetheless. I've made it this far. Maybe the fact that I'm not expecting much will help. What do y'all think? Does this trailer do it for you? Or doe that even matter when you know we're going nowhere after this? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
So, out of all the Marvel shows on Netflix we've got so far, Jessica Jones has probably been my least favorite. Don't get me wrong, I've liked them all. She just happened to be the show I liked the least. Loved David Tennant as Killgrave, & anytime he was there the show really shined. It's just when he wasn't there, I didn't care as much. Now it looks as if we're going to get a Jessica Jones origin story. It also looks really good. This trailer has me very intrigued about a back story I thought I didn't need. I'm already more invested in this than I was in the first run. Even without Tennant's Kilgrave, though I'll take one good guess who that is clapping towards the end. I can't believe it though. All in all, this trailer has me really looking forward to Season 2's March 8th release. What do y'all think? About the first season & this trailer? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
Here's a nice little release date teaser for the second season of Marvel's Jessica Jones coming to Netflix. Doesn't show much in the way of telling you where we're going this season, but March 8 will be the day Jessica Jones gets back to sexin', drinkin', whoopin' ass, & dealing with more baggage than any superhero to date. Hopefully we can figure out something important for her to do as well this time. Some of the last season seemed to drag by. I mean, I didn't hate the first season, but it definitely was my least favorite of the Defenders solo endeavors. To me this shows saving grace was the Purple Man, Killgrave. He stole every scene he was in, & in my opinion the show suffered when he was not present. I think these get better as they find their stride though, so I'm hoping this season has a major upswing. Coming off the almost perfect run of The Punisher, it's gonna need it. What do y'all think though? Great little put-together for a release date announcement. I can't wait to get a trailer that ties some of these images together. Will you return to Alias Investigations with Jessica Jones this time? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
Ever since Disney has announced its own streaming service coming sometime in 2019 & pulling its content off of Netflix I've been wondering what did that mean for the Netflix/Marvel universe? While we still don't know the future for Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, & the Punisher, according to Inside the Magic any future Marvel shows will go straight to the new Disney streaming service. With Disney really seeming to be aiming for Netflix, I definitely wouldn't rule out the Netflix/Marvel shows being moved over to this new streaming service eventually as well. Only the future will tell. I must say though, this is exciting. If they can keep the quality up at least. There's a part of me that can't help but think the Netflix/Marvel shows anywhere but on Netflix might lose a some of their grittiness. What do y'all think of this though? The Punisher on Nov 17th will be the last Netflix addition even if they get to keep their roster intact. Put your thoughts in the comments, like, & share.
Jessica Jones is without a doubt, my least favorite of the solo outings so far for Marvel's Defenders on Netflix. That being said however, I think it had one of the best villains in the Marvel Universe in the Purple Man. So obviously I'm excited at EW's official announcement that David Tennant will be returning to the role when the series returns next year for season 2. Details are under wraps, & if you've seen the first season (SPOILERS) you know he doesn't have the best day ever when it comes to the last episode. This puts us in a Kingsman type situation. He was the best part so obviously you want to bring him back, but how do you do so post-mortem? I'm expecting a run of flashbacks. There's no telling what else Jessica was made to do while under his powers. No matter how they try to pull this off, it's a welcome addition. What do y'all think of this development? For that matter, where do you stand on Jessica Jones altogether? Put it in the comments, like, & share.
In an EW exclusive "Jessica Jones" has added Power & Arrow actor J.R. Ramirez to season 2 as Oscar. A single father & new superintendent to the building, his son becomes infatuated with Jessica. Meanwhile Oscar keeps his distance to avoid the trouble that follows Ms. Jones. I'm going to be honest, I watch Arrow & I had to look up who this guy was. When I found that he was Ted Grant, the guy who trained Dinah Laurel Lance, I at least remembered him. Not sure that's such a great sign, but at least I don't remember him negatively. It was a small part, so I get why I don't remember him. This is all scheduled for Netflix sometime in 2018, & I just hope this is more consistent than Season 1. The episodes I liked were great, but some of them just seemed to drag along. This time she won't have David Tennant to keep things interesting. Anyone think anyway about this news? Speak down in the comments, like, & share.
I'm all about the Marvel Universe shows on Netflix. Which ones? All of them. In particular order Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, & then Jessica Jones, but still, all of them. "The Defenders" trailer was released today & that's also what it lets you know you're getting. All of them. Coming off as a city-level Avengers of sorts, Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Luke Cage (Mike Colter), Iron Fist (Finn Jones), & Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) will join forces to save New York from the full culmination of the direction laid forth by their independent series. What's that culmination you ask? Apparently it's Sigourney Weaver. Showing that this trailer has everything. Including about every character from the collection of Netflix Marvel series. Mark it on your calendars, August 18, 2017. (I know I will) Let us know in the comments what you think of this awesome trailer, like, & share.
This teaser is the definition of teaser. You will know nothing about this series after viewing this. However, you will see the title's team of Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, & Danny Rand standing in an elevator belonging to the one thing they all have in common, Midland Circle Financial. That is all you will see though, as at the 13 second mark Jessica Jones turns around & destroys the elevator's camera. I think the coolest part about this trailer lies in the delivery system of the release date. I'll give you a hint, the release date is August 18th of this year. I knew this going in & still had to look for it. I've impatiently waited for all of these & you can bet I'll be impatiently waiting for this one to.