“I didn’t ask for this, I’m just trying to make a goddamn living in this goddamn city.” That’s Jessica Jones getting ready to return to our screens and get back to doing things her way.
A hard-drinking, short-fuse, mess of a woman, she’s a Private Investigator in New York City, who just happens to be super strong – a strength that’s used most of all to push back against the dark past that keeps haunting her. That battle is front and centre of the new trailer for Season 2, with flashes back to the first season and a glimpse of her path to her sophomore run, as she shows everyone how to fight like a woman.
Jessica Jones Season 2 lands on Netflix on Thursday 8th March, which, fittingly enough, is International Women’s Day. Here’s the new trailer:
Watch the full trailer for Jessica Jones Season 2
7th February 2018
“You’re not super, you’re a ticking time bomb.” “Keep telling me who I am, I dare you.”
So speaks Jessica Jones, as she returns for a second season of drinking first, asking questions later, than drinking some more. And now, we finally have a full trailer for Jessica Jones Season 2, which not only gives us a chance to enjoy the return of Krysten Ritter as the super-strong detective, but also get an idea of what’s in store for Hell’s Kitchen’s most sarcastic resident.
The new season will pick up as the private investigator is beginning to put her life back together post-Kilgrave. 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. Fueled by a myriad of questions and lies, she will do whatever it takes to uncover the truth.
All episodes of Season 2 will be released on Netflix worldwide on 8th March. Here’s the new trailer:
Jessica Jones Season 2 gets a trailer and release date
“If you say ‘with great power comes great responsibility, I swear I’ll throw up on you.”
That’s the sound of Hell’s Kitchen’s coolest resident returning to Netflix and taking no crap from anyone. Yes, Jessica Jones is back – and the first trailer for her Season 2 has finally been released. Not only does it give us a glimpse of what’s in store for her sophomore run, but it also confirms the Jessica Jones Season 2 release date, after months of waiting for more news on the show. The video arrives hot on the heels of the official Season 2 synopsis and a first-look photo.
The new season will pick up as the New York City private investigator (played, of course, by 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.
All episodes of Season 2 will be released on Netflix worldwide on 8th March. Here’s the teaser trailer:
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