Jessica Jones season 3 review: A dark conclusion for the Netflix/Marvel universe

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The consequences of season 2 have also carried in throughout these episodes. Jessica isn’t speaking to Malcolm (Eka Darville) or Trish (Rachael Taylor) and her newfound “heroism” is inspired by the parting words from her mother. The only happiness in her life is Vido (Kevin Chacon), who continues to view her as the greatest person alive. Oscar (J.R. Ramirez) has broken up with her but the two remain wary friends which is better than nothing. She’s also hired a new employee at Alias, Gillian (Aneesh Sheth), who stands out in a pretty dark season.

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So what kicks off this entire season? Well, Trish has gone missing. It’s a case Jessica isn’t exactly interested in taking since she essentially cut out her sister in the season 2 finale. However, Dorothy (Rebecca De Mornay) is desperate and terrified which is why she came to Jessica for help. It doesn’t come as a surprise that Jessica is going to cave because they couldn’t exactly keep these two away from each other for that long. With Trish now shouldering some of the superpowered scenes, it gives Krysten Ritter time to step behind the camera and direct an episode while Rachael Taylor showcases her own athletic abilities onscreen.