Jessica Jones: Season 3 gets a release date and short teaser

Netflix finally reveals when Jessica Jones will return!

After the show’s both Facebook and Twitter accounts updated their profile and header images to call Krysten Ritter’s superhero a fraud yesterday. Netflix has finally revealed that the show’s third and final season will premiere on June 14.

Jessica Jones premiered back in 2015 and soon gained critical acclaim worldwide, the show’s second season released in 2017 was also a critical darling as it saw some of the most amazing and complex performances of the year by Janet McTeer as Alisa Jones and Rachael Taylor as Trish Walker.

The third season of Jessica Jones will pick up after the fallout between Jessica and Trish. Both women will find themselves trying to fix their strained relationship while taking down a highly intelligent psychopath. In the cover image of the show’s Twitter handle, it was revealed that the psychopath goes by the name of “Hand of Death”, you can hear their creepy voice in the teaser’s end.  Just like the show’s previous installments, Jessica Jones season three is going to have 13 episodes. It is also the last season of the entire Marvel-Netflix universe which started back in 2015 with Daredevil.

The official “Jessica Jones is a fraud” account on Twitter revealed the news of the release date this morning.

Netflix also released promotional images for the show today, check them out on Deadline.

The images reveal that Trish is still training to be a hero while Malcolm (Eka Darville) who plays Jessica’s next door neighbor is still working with Hogarth (Carrie-Anne Moss).

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Season 3 will feature a handful of new cast members with the previously announced Tiffany Mack, Jeremy Bobb, Benjamin Walker, and Sarita Choudhury. There is no confirmation whether or not J.R. Ramirez will be back however it seems likely. Also, no official word if Mike Colter will be returning as Luke Cae however leaks on various social media sites have alleged he will appear in an episode.

The first two seasons of Jessica Jones are streaming on Netflix and the third season is set to drop on June 14th.