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Jessica Jones’ Spin on Trish Walker, AKA Hellcat, Is Marvel Storytelling at Its Best

Because the stories in Marvel’s Netflix series were always far more grounded than their big screen counterparts, many characters were drastically reimagined in order to fit organically into the MCU’s heightened, yet still realistic New York City. Despite Patsy Walker’s heroic origins in Marvel’s comics being explicitly mystical—the kind of mystical that doesn’t really exist within Jessica Jones’ world—the series began to explore that part of her mythos in its second season as Trish desperately fought to become empowered like her sister. Read More >>

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The Conflicted Legacy of the Marvel Netflix Experiment

With the release of Jessica Jones’ third and final season, a TV experiment four years in the making is over. Whether laid low by Disney’s own streaming plans or because simply it began to be more trouble than it was worth to Netflix, its legacy is now etched in stone: chasing a comic book weirdness that it had once proudly eschewed. Read More >>

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Krysten Ritter Is Happy For Her Jessica Jones Journey to End

With Marvel’s Netflix adaptations officially over with and done, now that Jessica Jones’s third season has gone live, the lingering question in the minds of fans is, will we ever see these versions of these characters again? Read More >>

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Jessica Jones Season 3 Is a Last Call That Feels Too Familiar

Jessica Jones understands that recovering from psychological trauma is often a lifelong process, something marked by countless instances of backsliding and false starts that can make it feel like one might never be whole again. In the Netflix series’ third and final season, the MCU’s favourite nihilist detective is extremely back on her bullshit, which is to say that she’s getting by via the only ways she knows how: drinking, fighting, and doing the occasional bit of heroic vigilante work. Read More >>

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Jessica Jones’ Is Back for One More Round in the Final Season Trailer

The third and final season of Jessica Jones is mere weeks away and, finally, we have a trailer to dissect. We only wish it probably wasn’t the last. Read More >>

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Defenders No More – Saying Goodbye To Marvel TV on Netflix

A little bit of time has now passed, so I can type the following without wanting to smash my keyboard into the desk – in a move which surprised no one, but disappointed everyone, Netflix officially called time on The Punisher and Jessica Jones . Read More >>

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Netflix’s The Punisher and Jessica Jones Are Officially Cancelled

Frank Castle might still be stuck in the war zone of his mind, but Netflix’s The Punisher has come to an end after two seasons. His Marvel compatriot, Jessica Jones, will also see her story end – but it’ll be after the third season of Jessica Jones airs. This news comes courtesy of Deadline today. Read More >>

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Marvel’s Daredevil Writer: ‘I Thought It Was Too Big to Fail’

Netflix’s decision to cancel Marvel’s Daredevil was a surprise. No one knew it was coming. Not the stars, not Marvel’s executives. Not even the writers, who were already laying out plans for the next chapter of Daredevil’s story. We got a chance to talk with one of the writers who was working on season four, who shared her shock at the show’s demise and why she think it spells doom for the future of The Defenders TV universe. Read More >>

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How Are Marvel’s Television Shows Going to Address Infinity War’s Devastating Ending?

The Avengers finally went up against Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War and set events in motion that could change the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. Which means, of course, that Marvel’s television shows are going to have to address what happened in Infinity War. Right? Read More >>

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Jessica Jones’ New Season Starts Out With a Slog, But It’s a Slog With Potential

Marvel’s Jessica Jones returned to Netflix for its second season today but the high expectations that come along with it were met with an unfortunate whimper. Netflix provided the first five episodes of season two as a preview, and while Jessica (Krysten Ritter) is back to business at Alias Investigations after the events of season one, she’s not back to form. Read More >>