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Jessica Jones is set to premiere its third and last season on June 14 2019

The Marvel’s Jessica Jones which was highly assumed to never return again is set to premiere its third and last season on June 14 this year. The announcement video dropped on May 28 with teaser trailer revealing confirmation and details of its happening. It unwrapped a bit of plot only to know that this season’s mysterious antagonist is going to attack everyone’s favorite, the super-powered P.I’s credibility. Yet, what can be actually considered official plot was tweeted by @seewhatsnext read “In the third and final season of #JessicaJones  (June 14Everybody's gotta story, a beginning, the middle and an end), Jessica & Trish team up to take down a highly intelligent psychopath, but a devastating loss reveals their conflicting ideas of heroism and sets them on a collision course that will forever change them both.”

On 4th June Netflix uploaded a video titled “ Marvel’s Jessica Jones directed by Krysten Ritter” which revealed that lead character marked her directorial debut while have done double duty on the set of the first episode for the season. The video has her being documented her job on the director’s chair and some behind the scene of her performance. Lots of fans seem to be proud of her and wrote about missing her in specific in the comment section below. Followed this was another trailer which dropped on June 6th and scene release just a few hours ago on June 11, 2019. The Jessica Jones Season 3 Review by many is described to be a natural progression to both of its earlier released series and in context to last few years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

With Netflix taking down both Superhero shows, Jessica Jones and The Punisher fans could be seen in agony; one of them wrote: “This final season should do a proper send off to Netflix Marvel”. The reason for writing such this is understandable as Netflix have previously canceled all Marvel shows – Daredevil, Iron Fist, and Luke Cage and it was almost easy to presume end of only two running Marvel shows on Netflix. The cancellations mark the end of a five-year partnership between Disney and Netflix and coincide to launch Disney+ which will be a dedicated streaming service from Marvel’s parent company.