More thank likely he will be a figment of Jessica's imagination, but with series like this, you never know! Jessica Jones, played by the phenomenal Krysten Ritter, is still spiraling out of control, breaking faces, wine glasses, and god knows what else. As with season 1, Jessica's past will come back to haunt her; more disturbing memories that she's buried deep and is now trying to unravel and understand.
The trailer sees Jessica (Krysten Ritter) haunted by the tragic death of her family, who all died in a auto accident when she was much younger (post-accident she was put through the series of brutal experiments that resulted in her superhuman strength). Her past is still full of surprises as her friend Trish tells her that knowing what was done to her might be helpful.
"Jessica might not want a sidekick, but she needs one", Walker says. Although the character did pop up (and help prop up) in The Defenders, there are a number of dangling threads for her show to address, and with the comeback a month away we've got a new trailer to give us some more clues as to what we can expect.
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After installing Garoppolo as the starter, those averages shot up to 29 points and 409.6 yards per game over the final five weeks. Garoppolo completed 70 per cent of his passes and led the team on a last-minute drive that ended with a game-winning field goal.
The second season of "Marvel's Jessica Jones" reportedly will heavily focus on what happened to Jessica prior to her days as a hero. We can also look forward to the fact that every episode of this season is directed by a woman.
Jessica Jones' second season also sees the return of Rachael Taylor as Patricia "Trish" Walker (who appears to be hewing closer to her vigilante comic book counterpart), Carrie-Anne Moss as Jeri Hogarth, and Eka Darville as Malcolm Ducass, while new cast members include Janet McTeer and J.R. Ramirez.