Jessica Jones is back for one last case in the trailer for the final season
With the Netflix/Marvel revolution all but retired, all eyes are on the sole surviving superhero who will be returning to the platform to bring her story to a close on June 14th. With Daredevil, Iron Fist, Luke Cage and The Punisher all put out to pasture in recent months, Jessica Jones is the last hero standing. In what is destined to be her last round at the bar, Krysten Ritter will bring her superpowered badass back to the screen for the final time.
Sadly, with the House of Mouse moving forward with its Disney+ platform, the Marvel/Netflix relationship has reached its natural conclusion and with it, its throng of superhero series’ which are yet to secure a home on either the all-new service launching this Autumn or the recently acquired Hulu service. However, at least Ms Jones has the fortune of being rewarded with a final season to bring her story arc to its natural conclusion, something her fellow Defenders never had.
Ahead of its premiere, Netflix has released the first trailer for the final season, which finds Krysten Ritter’s Jones pitted against a new, highly-intelligent enemy in Gregory Salinger (Jeremy Bobb), and struggling to mend her broken relationship with Trish Walker (Rachel Taylor).
Here’s the plot:
When Jessica (Krysten Ritter) crosses paths with a highly intelligent psychopath, she and Trish (Rachael Taylor) must repair their fractured relationship and team up to take him down. But a devastating loss reveals their conflicting ideas of heroism and sets them on a collision course that will forever change them both.
Check out the two new Posters here:
The final season of Jessica Jones will undoubtedly be earmarked as a sombre moment for fans of the superpowered, ill-tempered private eye. And yet, with her third and final season looking to be her best yet, at least we can enjoy one more round at the bar before closing time.
Jessica Jones: The Final Season debuts on June 14th.
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