Melissa Rosenberg, the showrunner for Jessica Jones, has revealed what makes season three different from past seasons.
Jessica Jones is the last Netflix MCU show standing and season three is set to see this corner of Marvel’s world disappear for good. The third season is bound to be climactic by its very nature but what else will make it stand out from past installments?
Well, showrunner Melissa Rosenberg had the following to say on this very subject to ComicBook.com:
“Well, season three is an active evolution out of one and two. I really look at three as a complete arc and story. So season three is very much the next step for Jessica. If season one and two were about her digging into her past and facing her demons and looking inwardly and backward, this season is about her now moving forward and finding her place in the world, finding her contribution to the world, and if she even has one. We left season two off with her mother seeing in her that she has the potential of a hero and saying a hero is someone who gives a shit and does something about it. Season three is about Jessica doing something about it and trying to live into her mother’s quote for her.”
Jessica Jones comes to Netflix on 14 June so it won’t be long before fans can experience the last ever season for themselves. Fingers crossed the show can end on a high note.
New York City private investigator Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) is beginning to put her life back together after murdering her tormenter, Kilgrave. Now known throughout the city as a super-powered killer, a new case makes her reluctantly confront who she really is while digging deeper into her past to explore the reasons why.
Jessica Jones season 3 arrives on Netflix on June 14th.