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Re: Marvel's Jessica Jones (Netflix)
« Reply #61 on: Jun 28, 2018 at 11:13 AM »
I hope in season 3, Jessica use her power to full strength. Maging useful naman sya.
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Re: Marvel's Jessica Jones (Netflix)
« Reply #62 on: Oct 04, 2018 at 04:00 PM »
Catching up and just finished season 2, loved it.  Very excited to see where the next season will be heading with how season 2 ended. :)
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Re: Marvel's Jessica Jones (Netflix)
« Reply #64 on: Mar 14, 2019 at 06:33 AM »
From ComingSoon.Net

David Tennant Will Not Return For Jessica Jones’ Final Season

As fans prepare for the upcoming third and final season of the acclaimed Netflix Marvel drama Jessica Jones, Entertainment Weekly has brought word that one of the key things to be prepared for is the lack of the menacing Kilgrave aka Purple Man portrayed by David Tennant.

EW recently sat down with the 47-year-old Doctor Who veteran to discuss the streaming service’s cancellation of the show and during their discussion he confirmed that Kilgrave will not appear in the third season and talked on his feelings of the show’s ending.

“I don’t really regard it as a cancellation so much as something having the life that it should have,” Tennant said. “Three seasons of that story is great. Rather than thinking of it as something that was canceled, I think of it as something that had three seasons that will live in the memory.”

Though Tennant’s smooth-talking villain was killed at the end of the first season by Krysten Ritter’s titular hero, he reappeared in the second season for brief appearances in the latter half of the second season in a hallucinatory matter to Jones.