Jessica Jones Season 3 Announced

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Jessica Jones fans rejoice!

Netflix is taking another trip into Jessica Jones' cheery little corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's New York City.

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Released just last month, Season 2 of Jessica Jones saw the hard-drinking, badass private detective reunite with her batshit cray mum and uncover more of her superpower origin, which, without spoilers, made us seriously question the moral integrity of mad scientist/doctor hybrids.

After surviving the physical, emotional and sexual abuse at the hands of Kilgrave in season 1, Jessica found she had a whole new set of problems to handle in the 13 new episodes in season 2.

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"The hero will return to her investigative, crime fighting best in another batch of thrilling episodes coming soon", promised Marvel.com.

"Here's to season 3", tweeted the series along with a choice gif of Jessica herself. The series is executive produced by showrunner Melissa Rosenberg along with Marvel's Jeph Loeb and Jim Chory.

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There's no scheduled release date at this time, but we can assume that it's going to take a couple of years before the new season is available for streaming. Disney, Marvel's parent company, is gearing up to launch its own streaming service, and you can only wonder if Disney has given any thought to the place Jessica Jones and the rest of the Defenders hold in Netflix's library.

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