It also appears that the new season will pick up on the origin of Jessica's superpowers, as her best friend and adoptive sister, Trish Walker (Rachael Taylor) urges her to investigate the accident that claimed the lives of Jessica's family. Having taken possession of both Jessica and Malcolm in the Season 1, it's quite possible that Rosenberg referring to Kilgrave as a mirror means he left a part of his consciousness behind to haunt his victims from beyond the grave.
This is the first teaser-trailer released for the new season, a full-length season trailer will most likely not be available until after the New Year.
The critically acclaimed show - featuring Krysten Ritter as everyone's favourite tough-talking, hard-drinking superhero - follows Jessica as she not-so elegantly makes her way through gritty private investigations and her own tumultuous life.
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The second season of Jessica Jones will stream on Netflix, with all episodes dropping on March 8, 2018. An official date had yet to be announced, but that is now known thanks to the first trailer.
In an interview with EW, Ritter and Melissa Rosenberg, the showrunner of the series, the pair agreed the long break gave the writers time to break down the story and really go deep into the character. Then again, Jessica mentions Killgrave dying before in the first season, yet he somehow came back. Even with Kilgrave gone, for example, all signs point to him playing a role in her mind - as reported recently, David Tennant is going to be coming back soon as the infamous villain from the first season. "It's still a psychological thriller, but it's more of an emotional thriller this time".
We shared the new teaser trailer for Jessica Jones season 2 below.