Marvel's 'Jessica Jones' Renewed For Season 3 By Netflix


Jessica Jones isn't going anywhere. The series got a special Thursday release to coincide with the holiday instead of the normal Friday release for Netflix Original series.

Netflix has renewed Jessica Jones for season 3 and we couldn't be more excited than we are now. However, with the news of a Season 3 renewal for Jessica Jones, that doesn't look to be the least for now.

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In the debut season of the series, fans met Jessica (Krysten Ritter), an immensely strong hero who used her powers for personal profit and to uphold the justice of her clients, as opposed to preventing any burglary or assault in her neighborhood. Hopefully, it won't take as long as it did - over two years between first and second season - last time around. There's a chance another season of The Defenders mini-series could be released after Iron Fist and before The Punisher, which would push Jessica Jones back a little more.

The new crop of episodes also delved into her past, showing viewers that her powers were born out of genetic experiments she was exposed to as a child after a vehicle crash left her an orphan.

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Jessica Jones has been one of the most well received of all the Marvel television series now airing on Netflix alongside Daredevil, The Punisher, Luke Cage and Iron Fist.

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