The Marvel era at Netflix is ending, as the final season of Jessica Jones will air on June 14, just two weeks away. Judging from this trailer, she may face another enemy who’ll remind her of Kilgrave:

When we last left Jess, she was all alone. Malcolm left the agency to work for Hogarth while she and Trish are at odds over Trish’s decision to kill Jessica’s super-strong but emotionally damaged mother. Trish did it to save Jessica, but it’s still a stain on her almost as deep as Jessica’s decision to kill Kilgrave.

Also, Trish went to great lengths to acquire super-powers to be just like Jessica, and it looks like she succeeded

Taking in all that, and adding a new Big Bad, Jessica and Trish may decide that working together will help. Their definitions of “super-hero” probably won’t mesh, there were signs of that last year. A shocking loss will make that worse.

It should be an interesting season, as it will include an episode directed by star Krysten Ritter. There’s no word yet on whether Mike Colton will be back as Luke Cage, or anyone else in the Netflix section of the MCU. Since he was in season one, it might be a good idea before Colton fights evil on CBS in a few months.

As for whether she will have a future at Disney+ or (more likely) Hulu, it may not happen before early 2021. That may not be too bad, because shows like Falcon and the Winter Soldier or Loki won’t be ready at Disney+ until the summer of 2020. Once they get established, adding the Marvel/Netflix shows later (including Cage and Daredevil) could work out.

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Season three cast also features Carrie-Anne Moss (The Matrix Trilogy), Eka Darville (Empire),Benjamin Walker (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter), Jeremy Bobb (Russian Doll), Sarita Choudhury (Homeland), Tiffany Mack (Hap and Leonard), Jessica Frances Dukes (The Good Wife), Aneesh Sheth (New Amsterdam) and Rebecca DeMornay (The Hand that Rocks the Cradle). The series is executive produced by showrunner Melissa Rosenberg (Dexter) andJeph Loeb (Marvel’s Daredevil, Marvel’s Jessica Jones, Marvel’s Luke Cage) who also serves as Marvel’s Head of Television. Marvel’s Jessica Jonesis produced by Marvel Television in association with ABC Studios for Netflix.

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