The trailer for Season Two of the sequence options Krysten Ritter engaged on a brand new case, but she’s nonetheless suffering from the identical issues. Even with out Kilgrave or the magic ninjas of the Hand to trouble her, Jessica nonetheless cannot maintain it collectively. Watch the trailer within the video participant above.
The trailer, backed by the candy sounds of Coronary heart’s “Barracuda,” reveals Jessica’s allies like Trish Walker (Rachael Taylor) and Malcom Ducasse (Eka Darville), and teases on the looming affect of Kilgrave (David Tennant with some superior David Mack art work.
Although we do not see Carrie-Anne Moss as Jeri Hogarth, the actor has already been confirmed to be reprising her position within the second season of Jessica Jones.
We additionally get our first take a look at J.R. Ramirez’ new character, Oscar. Is he serving to Jessica recover from her failed relationship with Luke Cage? It positive seems to be prefer it…
The trailer would not provide a lot by the use of plot, so we’re unsure what conspiracy or thriller Jessica will drunkenly stumble her means by way of this time. However primarily based on how the primary season ended and Trish Walker’s insistence her good friend finds out the place her powers got here from, it may need to do together with her personal superhero origin.
We additionally get some cool motion photographs and teases at intense moments, together with Jessica doing a superhero touchdown after leaping from a Ferris wheel, Jessica getting arrested, and carrying somebody to security whereas operating from an exploding constructing.
Jessica Jones‘ second season is trying to construct off of its profitable first run, changing into the primary Netflix sequence to select up after the occasions of The Defenders. We’ll see how her time teaming up with the opposite heroes of New York Metropolis has affected her, and what new shenanigans she’ll get into, when the sequence drops on Netflix.
All 13 episodes of Jessica Jones Season Two might be accessible to stream on Netflix on March eight.