Sticking to its commitment of addressing and highlighting those sensitive subjects, Jessica Jones will attempt to keep the discussion about those topics going in its forthcoming season. Instead of following the typical Marvel schedule, season 2 of Jessica Jones is debuting on a Thursday, not Friday. The trailer features characters such as the much-loved Trish (Rachael Taylor) giving Jessica sage advice, and a new addition, Oscar Clemons, played by J.R Ramirez (Arrow, 90210) who is expected to assist her in getting over Luke Cage.
Now, it isn't really known how Jessica learned of the phrase. With an excellent lead performance courtesy of Krysten Ritter, and a dramatic arc built around a deeply affecting battle of supernatural assault and consent, the series made Daredevil, Netflix's other offering at the time, look melodramatic and contrived by comparison. "It's still a psychological thriller, but it's more of an emotional thriller this time".
Netflix will premiere all 13 episodes of Jessica Jones season 2 on Friday, March 8, 2018. In its first season, Marvel's Jessica Jones was the recipient of a prestigious Peabody Award. (We're not here to judge.) This initial tease is a bit more cheery than what we ultimately received in the first version, but there's no reason to believe S1's balance will disappear once we arrive at the March premiere. But a new case forces Jessica to dig deeper into her own past, something she's not entirely psyched to do. Ritter also mentioned that the new season will be "very personal". Other Netflix shows now in development are Daredevil season 3, Luke Cage season 2, and Iron Fist season 2. Then, Luke Cage season 2 will air in the spring of 2019 and The Defenders season 2 would follow that.