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Jessica Jones Season 2 Trailer Implies A Dark Past And A Dangerous Threat


 

With its March 8 release date quickly approaching, Marvel’s Jessica Jones has just dropped a full season two trailer. Starting off with the carnage of what we can assume is the car accident that killed her family, this trailer is much darker than the previous spot we saw in December.

This time around, it looks like in addition to her hallucinations of Kilgrave, and ever-present crippling guilt, Jessica will also have to deal with a super-powered murderer – someone who may have been the product of the same place that gave Jessica her powers. In the trailer, it’s said that Jessica was brought back to life, and the superpowers were simply a side-effect. Perhaps the same can be said for our killer?

We previously predicted that Leah Gibson’s character Ingrid might actually be Typhoid Mary, and the brutality of the kills in here could support that, but the power set here looks different, so we’re betting on it being a different character. What does seem evident though, is that Trish Walker is hellbent on becoming Hellcat, though we’ll have to wait another month to see if she actually dons the costume or not. It all likelihood, Ms. Jones won’t approve.

Getting into the origins of Jessica Jones’ powers will unlock something that’s been shrouded in mystery throughout her show, as well as The Defenders. The other members of the team all revealed the lineage of their powers in the first seasons of their respective shows, and some of them (Danny) won’t shut up about it.

The trailer also shows us a distraught Jeri Hogarth (Carrie-Ann Moss), with no sign of her gorgeous and capable girlfriend/secretary Pam (Susie Abromeit). We also see a still clean, and looking healthy Malcolm Ducasse (Eka Darville), a character that is much younger in the books and thankfully gets to play a bigger part in the show. This footage expands a little on some of the stills we saw at the end of last month.

Jessica Jones Season two will premiere on Netflix March 8, 2018.


Images: Marvel Comics, Netflix

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Jessica Jones Season 2 Trailer Implies A Dark Past And A Dangerous Threat

The new season will deal with the troubled past of our favorite drunken P.I.

By Brian Kronner | 02/7/2018 01:00 PM PT | Updated 02/7/2018 01:17 PM PT

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With its March 8 release date quickly approaching, Marvel’s Jessica Jones has just dropped a full season two trailer. Starting off with the carnage of what we can assume is the car accident that killed her family, this trailer is much darker than the previous spot we saw in December.

This time around, it looks like in addition to her hallucinations of Kilgrave, and ever-present crippling guilt, Jessica will also have to deal with a super-powered murderer – someone who may have been the product of the same place that gave Jessica her powers. In the trailer, it’s said that Jessica was brought back to life, and the superpowers were simply a side-effect. Perhaps the same can be said for our killer?

We previously predicted that Leah Gibson’s character Ingrid might actually be Typhoid Mary, and the brutality of the kills in here could support that, but the power set here looks different, so we’re betting on it being a different character. What does seem evident though, is that Trish Walker is hellbent on becoming Hellcat, though we’ll have to wait another month to see if she actually dons the costume or not. It all likelihood, Ms. Jones won’t approve.

Getting into the origins of Jessica Jones’ powers will unlock something that’s been shrouded in mystery throughout her show, as well as The Defenders. The other members of the team all revealed the lineage of their powers in the first seasons of their respective shows, and some of them (Danny) won’t shut up about it.

The trailer also shows us a distraught Jeri Hogarth (Carrie-Ann Moss), with no sign of her gorgeous and capable girlfriend/secretary Pam (Susie Abromeit). We also see a still clean, and looking healthy Malcolm Ducasse (Eka Darville), a character that is much younger in the books and thankfully gets to play a bigger part in the show. This footage expands a little on some of the stills we saw at the end of last month.

Jessica Jones Season two will premiere on Netflix March 8, 2018.


Images: Marvel Comics, Netflix

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An editor at GeekExhange and Portal13, Kronner also co-hosts a horror podcast called "Every Town Has An Elm Street" and owns the site GrizzlyBomb.com - He's been part of the Geek Magazine family since 2011, and before that wrote and edited for the now-defunct BamKampow.com