Want to know when Jessica Jones season 3 will premiere on Netflix? The obviously-terrible news is that it is the final batch of episodes. The good news, however, is that you don’t have to wait all that long for it.
This week, the streaming service announced that Friday, June 14 is slated to be the premiere date for the latest batch of episodes, and the teaser below gives you at least a sense of the mood and atmosphere around the show. This could be one of the darkest chapters of the show to date — if nothing else, it’s certainly one of the most dangerous. Jessica’s going to be facing off against an incredibly-dangerous enemy, one who is going to be willing to do basically anything and everything in order to take Jessica down. It’s going to take everything that she has — and everything that Trish has, in turn, to be able to take this person down. This is why it’s so imperative that the two get back to each other. Teamwork makes the dream work, corny as it may be to say.
Want a little more insight now into what’s coming? Then take a look at the official Jessica Jones season 3 synopsis:
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.
Clearly, this is a season that is really more about this relationship than anything else, and there is a certain sort of excitement that goes along with that. Rather than trying to overly complicate the plot, or at least the perception of the plot, the folks over at Netflix are keeping things rather simple.
To be honest, we’re still pretty flabbergasted that we’re here in the first place with this show, given that it really didn’t feel like all that long ago that Jessica Jones felt like a show that could be around for a long time. The first season was one of the most-acclaimed of any within the Netflix – Marvel universe, but then all of a sudden, the universe ran into a brick wall with Disney opting to move away from using Netflix as their streaming provider of choice. We may never know all of the details regarding how these shows and their streaming home crumbled, but it’s sad for all of these series and their fans. We just hope that there’s something resembling a fitting end at the end of all of this, especially since it doesn’t seem likely that there’s going to be any more of Jessica Jones somewhere else.
What do you want to see on Jessica Jones season 3, and are you still battling some sort of inner, silent fury about this being the final batch of episodes? Be sure to share right now in the comments, and check back soon for more news. (Photo: Netflix.)
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