We still have a couple of months left before the debut of Marvel’s Jessica Jones, the upcoming Netflix series that acts as the second installment of the streaming network’s deal with Marvel Studios. Earlier this month, we brought you the first teaser for the series, and two weeks ago we had the first official images – and now, we have two more clips that should give audiences an idea of what we can expect from the tone of the series.
Here’s the first teaser clip, titled Good Morning:
No dialogue here, and we don’t even get a good look at Krysten Ritter in the title role, but it’s a fun little clip that gives us a glimpse into the sort of powers she wields. Let’s check out the second teaser, Nightcap:
Once again, there’s no dialogue and we don’t get to see the face of our heroine, but judging from the carnage left in her wake, she’s not the sort of person whose bad side you want to find yourself on. Also, there’s something about Joan Jett’s Bad Reputation that’s always endearing.
Marvel and Netflix already found great success earlier this year with Daredevil, which was a huge critical success, not to mention being incredibly well-received by fans who still had a sour taste in their mouth from the disastrous live-action film from 2001. The show proved that Marvel can do serialized story-telling just as well as they can make big, expensive blockbusters, and serves as a great lead in for Jessica Jones, which is a character that casual fans may not be too familiar with.
Marvel’s Jessica Jones will debut its entire 13-episode first season on November 20. We can’t wait.
After a tragic ending to her short-lived Super Hero stint, Jessica Jones is rebuilding her personal life and career as a detective who gets pulled into cases in New York City.
Krysten Ritter (Jessica Jones) is joined by an amazing cast including David Tennant (Kilgrave), Mike Colter (Luke Cage), Rachael Taylor (Trish Walker), Carrie-Anne Moss, Eka Darville, Erin Moriarty, and Wil Traval, among others.
Marvel’s Jessica Jones on Netflix is Executive Produced by series Showrunner Melissa Rosenberg (Twilight, Dexter) and Liz Friedman (Elementary), along with Jeph Loeb (Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Smallville, Heroes), who also serves as Marvel’s Head of Television.