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The Final Trailer for Marvel’s Jessica Jones is Wall-to-Wall Action

For those of you who were still on the fence on whether or not Marvel’s Jessica Joneswhich premieres on Netflix on November 20, was worth a binge watch, we believe you now have your answer. This new, and final, trailer proves that Netflix’s second dance with Marvel (Daredevil, the critical and commercial darling, was their first) might once again result in a supremely satisfying series. And like Daredevil, Jessica Jones appears to bring the superhero genre into a grittier, grimier place.

Starring Krysten Ritter in the title role, and loosely based on AliasJessica Jones takes it’s super powered heroine and puts her in the job of detective. In the final trailer, we get a glimpse of what this hard drinking and very damaged lady is up against (and who will be on her side). The first person we see Jessica interacting with is Luke Cage (Mike Colter), a superhero in his own right who will likely be Jessica’s crucial counterpart. Then there’s Kilgrave (David Tennant), her mind-controlling arch nemesis once again out to ruin her life. Oh, and there’s also Carrie-Anne Moss as Jeryn Hogarth, the woman who pretty much stole The Matrix films from Keanu and Laurence Fishburne.

The final trailer is essentially all action, likely tempting any remaining holdouts into giving Jessica Jones a watch.

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