Everyone's favorite hard-drinking, reluctant superhero has one more season to go before her story wraps up. Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) is putting on her boots and leather jacket and grabbing some whisky for Season 3 of Jessica Jones, slated to bow on June 14.
The series follows Jessica as she tries to clean up some of the criminal mess in Hell's Kitchen while also fighting her own inner demons. Event though it's a Marvel superhero show, Jessica Jones boasts one of the best female friendships on TV, between Jessica and Trish Walker (Rachel Taylor), a former child star turned radio host who's a budding vigilante, too.
The series also stars Carrie-Anne Moss as Jessica's sometimes boss, Jeri Hogarth, and Eka Darville as Jessica's business partner, Malcolm Ducasse. David Tennant played villain Kilgrave throughout Seasons 1 and 2. In a giant Marvel crossover series, The Defenders, Jessica also teamed up with the likes of Luke Cake (Mike Colter), Daredevil (Charlie Cox), and Iron Fist (Finn Jones).
With Season 3 dropping soon, how can you catch up on Jessica Jones Seasons 1 and 2?
Yes, Jessica Jones is on Netflix! It's part of Netflix's original series deal with Marvel to produce original content for the streaming service (along with Daredevil, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist). Netflix recently canceled Jessica Jones ahead of the launch of Disney's own streaming service, Disney+, so Jessica Jones will not return for Season 4 -- the upcoming third season marks the end of the series. But the full show will still be available to stream on Netflix.
Netflix's Marvel shows were canceled to make way for a slate of upcoming Disney+ shows, but unfortunately so far the series set in Hell's Kitchen will not make the jump to the new streaming platform -- they belong to Netflix.
Jessica Jones could return in the future, but not for a few years at least. The contact between Netflix and Marvel states that Disney+ can't revive the characters for two years after cancellation, which means we wouldn't see new Jessica Jones until 2020 at the earliest. Even then, it can take years to get new seasons off the ground, so don't hold your breath for any more Jessica Jones.
Unfortunately, no. Jessica Jones is exclusive to Netflix.
Jessica Jones Season 3 debuts on Netflix on Friday, June 14.