Netflix released Jessica Jones' first episode in November 2015. Now, seven years later, the three remaining seasons are due to be removed.
The removal of Jessica Jones will represent 39 of the 160 total episodes that make up the entirety of The Defenders franchise that’s leaving Netflix on March 1st, 2022. Other shows that Netflix confirmed to be leaving are The Punisher series, Luke Cage series, Iron Fist series and The Defenders crossover series.
Krysten Ritter was the super-heroine who runs her private detective agency. David Tennant was the villain in the first season, playing the part of Kilgrave.
It premiered in November 2015. Melissa Rosenberg was the showrunner. In season 3, she was joined by Scott Reynolds.
On June 14, 2019, Netflix released the final season of Jessica Jones. Jessica Jones Season 4 was already canceled. All Netflix Marvel shows were canceled before February 2019.
Disney started its streaming service a few years back. It sought to remove all content from other sources and, in many cases, regain it.
The Marvel series was canceled in February 2019. After that, there began a countdown to see when rights to characters would be returned.
It seems that the time has come with Netflix showing a notice for removal on March 1, 2022.
It is likely that Disney will take back rights to these shows, so it is easy to predict where they'll end up.
The show is almost certain to be moved internationally to Disney+, where it will host the complete collection of Marvel movies and TV shows.
The show may end up on Disney+ or Hulu in the United States. That’s yet to be confirmed.
Rumours of Jessica Jones' return have been circulating for some time. There have been reports for some time that Jessica Jones might appear in She-Hulk, the new Disney+ series.
Ritter has also been on record saying she’d love to reprise her role telling Screen Rant:
“I would absolutely just die to play Jessica again. I had the best time doing it and I just love her so much. I’m so proud of that character. Not only because it was like a great role and she’s such a bad-ass, but that character has really resonated with people in a way that I don’t know who else has. Really, really resonated with women and girls, trauma survivors. It’s just so, so big and such a thing I’m so grateful to have been a part of. So if there’s ever an opportunity for me to put on those boots, I will be there in a flash.”
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