We're anxious for superhuman private investigator Jessica Jones to return to her own digs after teaming up with Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Daredevil in The Defenders last year. Notably the first and only female-fronted show of the small-screen MCU lot, Jessica Jones is known to tell the sort of powerful stories that don’t get attention in the male-dominated world of live-action comic series that deal with sexual violence and female anger and trauma. The show -- which has a female showrunner, a mostly female cast, and, in Season 2, became one of the only shows to have an entire season directed solely by women, along with Ava DuVernay’s Queen Sugar -- is uniquely suited for a platform like Netflix. And in the era of #MeToo and #TimesUp, movements that the series seemed to telegraph in its first two seasons, we could use a sharp, nuanced voice like Jessica’s back on our television screens.
Lucky for us, Jessica Jones was officially renewed in April, and filming is underway, which means we don’t have long to wait for more of her punk-rock, no-bullshit persona in our lives. Here’s everything we know about the third season of Jessica Jones; we'll update this continually as more details become available.