Jessica Jones Season 2: 10 Things We Know So Far!

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Jessica Jones is a hit among comic book TV adaptations, and we can’t wait until the second season. Meanwhile, we’re busy with Luke Cage, The Defenders, and Iron Fist. However, Jessica Jones is always making its way to our attention, through its cast, and mostly through Melissa Rosenberg, the show’s director.

We searched all over the Internet to find out the most interesting things Rosenberg and the cast revealed about Season Two. Some you might have already read about, some might be new information. However, the source is the most viable one! Hope you learn some interesting facts about Jessica Jones Season Two!

Here we go!

10. Jessica will keep on being damaged

Season One had a “happy end”, with Kilgrave dead, and all his negative impact on Jessica‘s life gone. But, there would be no Season Two if Jessica magically got over the trauma and moved on with a normal life. That’s just not going to happen. Rosenberg said:

I learned from working on Dexter that you can advance the character, but you never want to cure the character. With Dexter, the moment he felt guilt or accepted that he was “bad”, the show’s over. He’s no longer a sociopath. The equivalent for us would be if Jessica somehow recovered from the damage that had been done to her. People don’t just heal, you don’t go through that just to say, “Oh, he got arrested, he’s in jail, I’m OK now.”

Kilgrave’s fate was a little more final than a jail sentence, but the same principle applies for Jessica. “That trauma is a huge part of who she is now (Entertainment Weekly).

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