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‘Jessica Jones’: Showrunner Melissa Rosenberg Warns That Change Is Coming to Season Two of Netflix’s Marvel Show

'Jessica Jones': Showrunner Melissa Rosenberg Warns That Change Is Coming to Season Two of Netflix's Marvel Show

The first few details about “Jessica Jones” season two have arrived, with one in particular standing out immediately: Jones herself won’t be the sole focus this time around. That’s from a spoiler-heavy Nerdist interview with showrunner Melissa Rosenberg, who explains that the first season of Netflix’s Marvel show did so well introducing and developing supporting characters (like Hellcat, Nuke and the Night Nurse) that more screentime will likely be spent bringing them to the fore.

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“Jessica Jones” premiered exclusively on the streaming service last November, quickly earning high praise — many critics and fans consider it the best TV series based on a Marvel property. Ritter plays a former superhero who opens a detective agency. Rosenberg, who also penned the screenplays for all five “Twilight” films, says in the video that she hopes to give the hard-working actress at least one day off during production of the second season, which will last several months.

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Netflix hasn’t confirmed a release date for “Jessica Jones” yet, meaning there’s still plenty of time to binge-watch the first season.

For more, watch the trailer for “Jessica Jones”:

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