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Discussion in 'Past Marvel Series' started by Thread Manager, Dec 1, 2015.
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Yes! Renewed. I was worried there for a bit since we had no news for a while.
"Jessica Jones" Gets Second Season Renewal from Netflix
Krysten Ritter will be back cracking cases and skulls in "Jessica Jones" season two.
The second series from Marvel TV and Netflix's landmark deal is also the second to get a season two pickup.
Full article here.
Is there another bad guy they can use or will Nuke be the main one this time? So happy this is renewed!
I had come to terms with the fact that we wouldn't get a season 2, but I'm happy to be wrong there.
In the comics the most people who were her enemies (except for the Purple Man) were just normal people involved in something somehow related to superheroes. I think they could have the IGH group as the main villain, with Nuke working for them. From what we've seen the IGH experiments are also very similar to the origins of Spider-Woman, so this could serve as a backdoor to that as well. Plus, IGH stuff leaking out and being used as a recreational superdrug sold by dealers like the Mutant Growth Hormone/Mattie Franklin arc from the comics could tie into it as well. And Jessica already has personal motivation to go after them because she wants to know why she has her powers.
Interesting, thanks. I hope we see more than just Nuke though as Jessica already kicked his ass.
Happy to see the show got renewed
They can use any villain from the comics.
Nuke isn't a associated with Jessica Jones in the comics. It would be interesting to see what villains they choose to use next season. I think it would be cool to have a female villain next time around. Superia (Dr. Deidre Wentworth) might make a good villain. They could tie her character into the IGH experiments
Ah yeah of course, will be nice to see who they choose then. Would love to see Mr Hyde from SHIELD turn up, him and Jessica seem about equal in terms of power.
This makes more excited than Daredevil getting a second season. After Matt got his real suit, it kind of felt like the end of the story. But for JJ, there's still so much about her past we don't know. It'll be tough to top Killgrave, but they have my faith.
I am so ****ing happy that a season 2 is official. It wouldn't have made any damn sense to give such a good show one season.
According to Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos, the sophomore run (which will again consist of 13 episodes) wont debut until the upcoming Marvel series The Defenders wraps its first season: The complex [part] is really running into The Defenders. [That] production schedule will affect a lot of the Season 2 and Season 3 outputs [for other Marvel projects].
Took them long enough.
Nice to hear about season 2 and that Melissa Rosenberg is coming back.
I did. The line is busy
What are you talking about? They barely adapted any the first time around? They'll either do the same thing they did for season one or they'll adapt issues left out (my guess is the former).
I hope so, I don't want to see Killgrave back (even though he was an excellent villain) I want a new and very different story. Jones investigating IGH, and finding out about their experiments, with Nuke and others like them acting as their muscle, could work well.
Isn't this what Rosenberg's been saying all along? I don't get why people were worried. A renewal was in the cards after the reception the first one got. It was just the juggling of the time frame in which to do it in relation to the time frame of the Defenders series(and for the record, that NY Post lady can kiss my ass with her OP-ED bull****!). So no surprises here for me and I was never really worried. Nice to have final confirmation all the same though.
I just called and Jessica leaves a message
Daredevil got its renewal very quickly. They waited longer for Jessica Jones. There wasn't a peep, so yeah people got worried.
Awesome (if expected) news.
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos called bull**** on NBC's rating estimate and then delivered a burn on NBC's own show ratings.
I think the only problem there is that does anyone actually know the ratings for Netflix's original TV shows? I don't think we ever get that kind of data.