‘Marvel’s Jessica Jones’ will hit Netflix in November

10 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Marvel’s Jessica Jones Finally Has a Premiere Date and Edgy Teaser Trailer to Go With It.

The streaming service announced Thursday that their latest original series will premiere at 12:01 a.m. Jessica Jones is just the second of four Netflix original series set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MC) after Daredevil and will be followed by series centered on Luke Cage and Iron Fist.

Before Marvel’s Netflix Luke Cage series premieres next year, the character will make his debut (played by Mike Colter) on the “Jessica Jones” Netflix/Marvel series, which now has an official premiere date, per the just-released teaser embedded below. The new Netflix series, Marvel’s Jessica Jones will hit the streaming giant on Friday, November 20. stars as the titular hero who becomes a private eye following a tragedy.

But let’s not get ahead of ourselves because it’s the life of Jessica Jones that we’ll be next privy to on the small screen as the series follow the former superhero as she sets up her PI service called Alias Private Investigations. Netflix announced on Thursday that Marvel’s Jessica Jones, starring Krysten Ritter as the title character, will debut all 13 of its episodes on Nov. 20. It’s all part of Netflix’s announced strategy that will see the streaming platform release a new Marvel superhero series every six months, each focusing on members of a group of comic book heroes called The Defenders – a kind of street-level Avengers team.

David Tennant plays Kilgrave, a person from Jessica’s past, who the producer Joseph Loeb compares to Vincent D’Onofrio’s King Pin in Daredevil. Described as a “suspenseful” and “edgy” look into Jessica Jones’ life, the series will feature the Ritter’s main character facing “demons from within and without.” The first season is 13 episodes and also stars Doctor Who’s David Tennant as Kilgrave, The Good Wife’s Mike Colter as Luke Cage, 666 Park Ave. star Rachael Taylor as Trish Walker and Carrie-Anne Moss, Eka Darville, Erin Moriarty and Wil Travel. “We’re not Daredevil.

Each of the above 4 series will be supplemented by a “Defenders” series whose characters include all 4 characters: Daredevil, Jones, Iron Fist and Luke Cage. They will join forces in a combined “Defenders” season after each has been introduced with its own first season, which I’d assume will come in 2017 or 2018. If you piss her off, boom, she kicks you…She doesn’t fly but she can jump many stories, and she lands really badly, which is why she doesn’t do it too often. At the TCA (Television Critics Association) press tour in July, “Jessica Jones” executive producer/showrunner Melissa Rosenberg and executive producer Jeph Loeb shared details on the key characters in the upcoming series, and the actors who were cast to play them. What’s wonderful about it is they’re still very early on in this world so who he is and what he’s doing and where he is in his story, allows us to tell a great deal of story that happens before and story that happens afterwards.

Each will be a way of introducing the characters to the audience so that when they all do get together, you’ll have that same experience that you have when you went to go see the Avengers. Take the street level heroes and let’s see whether or not we can get to the Defenders.” We just needed a platform that was able to tell those stories in a way that they could be uniquely their own and in the same kind of way, exist in the same world and that’s what Netflix afforded us to be able to do.” So clearly, while it’s definitely Jones’ series, as it should be, Cage won’t be relegated entirely to the periphery.

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