Marvel's Jessica Jones Trailer Hints At What's To Come

Posted: Oct 27 2015, 7:56am CDT | by , in News | Latest TV News

Marvel's Jessica Jones Trailer  Hints at What's to Come
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There are some things that shows can't buy, and one of those things is a lot of publicity. Marvel's Jessica Jones certainly has that in spades - there have been months and months of anticipation for the show or even just a glimpse of what was to come. Well, that time has arrived and fans are now getting a brief look at the dark, dark story of Jessica Jones. The trailer, which features the most dynamic female Marvel character to have her own series going up against a very powerful (and very creepy) villain: the persuasive Purple Man. One thing you will notice in this trailer is that Jessica Jones doesn't really feel like a character from a Marvel movie, she is an entity of her own.

Netflix kept things simple for the trailer, only captioning it with this:

After a tragic ending to her short-lived Super Hero stint, Jessica Jones is rebuilding her personal life and career as a private detective in Hell's Kitchen. It's time the world knew her name...

Take a look and see for yourself:

While Jessica Jones won't be the first female on a Netflix series, she will be the first Marvel character to do so, but if word of mouth proves anything, she won't be the last. If you haven't heard of Jessica jones, you've likely heard of her contemporaries: Black Widow, Maria Hill, Peggy Carter, Scarlet Witch, Quake, Melinda May and Mockingbird have all made important contributions to Marvel and could have their own series.

Episodes will premiere on November 20, 2015 on Netflix.

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